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From Thanksgiving through Hanukkah and Christmas, these experiences add extra cheer to a night out.
Happy Christmas Eve, Chowder readers! I finished my shopping yesterday (whew!), but if you’re one day behind me, here are three locally-inspired ideas for all […]
I love it when Christmas and Chanukah overlap. Having been raised in a very multi-culti household, I adore seeing tree and menorah both aglow in […]
Your Chowder hounds have sniffed down the best culinary events in town. Check back every Friday for your weekly prix-fixe of foodie festivals, cooking classes, […]
There’s a spirited fight discussion currently raging on the local Chowhound board regarding Bina Osteria, the newish Italian eatery opened in Downtown Crossing by the […]
In all fairness, it’s understandable why Theater District newcomer Max and Dylans would’ve been near-empty on a frigid Sunday evening while nearby Fajitas & ‘Ritas […]
Tis the season… for drowning our financial sorrows and holiday woes in expensive, complicated booze. That’s what it seems like, anyway. While we at Chowder […]
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.
With O Ya getting all the press, and Uni taking on the overflow, we were starting to forget about the city’s other great sushi spots. […]
Circle Plates & Lounge, which just opened in October, has closed its doors. Guess we won’t be getting any more of Adam Gendreau‘s grits, eh? […]
Not long ago, an acquaintance of mine (who isn’t too fond of ethnic or spicy cuisines) proclaimed that Indian food “all tastes the same”—a gross […]
Where to eat right now.
Time to let you in on one of Boston’s best-kept secrets. You know Toro, Ken Oringer’s tough-to-get-in tapas place on the far end of Washington […]
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the new L’Espalier, and how things have shaken out since its summer move to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. […]
Like most people I know, I don’t go to the North End seeking gastronomic epiphanies. I go for good food, okay wine, and great atmosphere. […]