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Mario Batali Is Facing Criminal Charges in Boston

The celebrity chef has been disgraced by a slew of sexual assault allegations, but he wasn't facing any charges—until now.


Restaurant News

What to Eat (and Drink) Memorial Day Weekend

Landsmith Co. is headed for Malden Center
Restaurant News

A Creative Café Dedicated to Outdoor Adventure Is Coming to Malden

Drinks

90+ Cellars Is Launching a Mobile Wine Bar in Boston


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Restaurants

The complicated calculus of eco-friendly dining

Persephone, the recently opened Michael Leviton restaurant in Fort Point Channel, puts its eco-friendly values at the center of its sales pitch. “None of our […]

A Sticky Situation

By now, you’ve probably caught on to Chowder‘s undying passion for all things sweet. Chocolate shop openings, cake batter ice cream, the ultimate vegan bakery […]

The Sweet Potato Project: Conclusion

When my colleague Donna Garlough revealed that she had a direct (and, ahem, illegal) line to some prime Okinawan potatoes from Hawaii, I jumped out […]

Restaurants

Beet It

As more mid-priced restaurants enter Boston’s dining scene, I can’t help but notice patterns emerging. To be a bona fide neighborhood boite, it seems your […]

Vegans Getting Their Sugar Fix at Fiore’s

During a recent brainstorming session on reasons to love Boston, amid all the waxing rhapsodic about our culture, architecture, and sports heroes, there was a […]

Restaurants

Good Help Is Hard to Find

There’s a place I like to go near Central Square. The food is great, reasonably affordable, and the beer and wine selections are solid. All […]


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50 Best Restaurants

50 Best Restaurants

An updated list of the top 50 restaurants in town that make Boston a true dining destination. These are the best places to eat in the city right now.


Restaurants

Brunch in the North End, and We’re Not Talking About Cold Pizza

Finding a good place for brunch is a tricky proposition when you live alone. Without built-in brunchmates, you tend to find yourself trekking across town […]

Southeast Asia to the South Beach Rescue

As a food-savvy blogger for Chowder, it’s painful to admit that I’ve been on the South Beach diet for three-and-a-half weeks. Even more painful? As […]

Restaurants

Foodie Road Trip: Portland Rules

In the past few years, Portland, Maine’s restaurant scene has been getting a lot of national media coverage, and deservedly so. This is one food-rich […]

The Sweet Potato Project: Part 3

When one encounters a hard-to-find ingredient, deciding how to cook it is no small task. The wrong seasoning, the wrong method, and all the hours […]

The Sweet Potato Project: Part 2

If you’ve been following Chowder’s little saga, you’d know that purple Hawaiian sweet potatoes (aka Okinawan sweet potatoes) are, in my humble opinion, the greatest […]

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Restaurant News

Restaurant News

Where to eat right now.


Literature

“Rise & Dine,” Digested

To the despair of friends who feel it’s uncivilized to take Sunday brunch before 2 p.m., I have in recent years become a die-hard morning […]

Literature

“Rise & Dine,” Digested

To the despair of friends who feel it’s uncivilized to take Sunday brunch before 2 p.m., I have in recent years become a die-hard morning […]

Restaurants

The Border Cafe vs. Margaritas

Whenever my carless friends and I rent a Zipcar, we always seem to find ourselves at a chain restaurant. Something about being behind the wheel […]

The Sweet Potato Project: Part 1

We at Chowder know firsthand the effects of climate on our appetites. All winter, I crave hearty roasts, butternut squash, and mac & cheese. (See […]

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