Restaurant News

Boston Business Owners Are Picking Up the Pieces after Overnight Damage

Independent shop and restaurant owners say property destruction and theft are added hardships for them during the pandemic—and distractions from the protest centered on justice for George Floyd.


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Where to Order the Best Brunch for Takeout or Delivery

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Socially Distanced Food Trucks Are Ready to Roll onto Boston’s Greenway

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Bar Owners Launch a “Survival” Coalition to Support Boston’s Black-Owned Restaurants through COVID


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Chefs

Q&A: Five Questions with Temple Bar's New Chef

Formerly of downtown Boston’s Good Life, Michael Scelfo recently took on the role of executive chef at Cambridge favorite Temple Bar. You’ve done a lot […]

First Bite: New Shanghai

Finding a stellar meal in Chinatown can be a fraught proposition, what with all the maddening quality and consistency bugaboos to contend with. There are […]

Restaurants

The City's Best Falafel: Not in Brookline!

Wow, that headline really feels like sacrilege, given how long I’ve bowed at the altar of Rami’s, and the Israeli takeout joint still does turn […]

Chefs

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

In recent weeks, I’ve had some pretty great dining experiences around Boston. Yummy meals of late: Dining on fisherman’s-style risotto, fresh doughnuts with rhubarb compote, […]

First Bite: Boston Burger Company

One advantage to living in a college town: You don’t have to go much farther than the nearest campus to satisfy your craving for a […]

First Bite: Il Casale

Most of Chowder’s resident foodies are big fans of chef and Best of Boston 2008 winner Dante de Magistris. But we can’t quite bring ourselves […]


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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.

Reichl declares Shire meal, “One of my best ever!”

At Wednesday night’s book party for Ruth Reichl’s memoir, Not Becoming My Mother, at Upstairs on the Square, owner Mary-Catherine Deibel held court like the […]

First Bite: Tupelo

Considering we live in one of the country’s northernmost cities, Bostonians have been noticeably obsessed with Southern cuisine lately. Between Hungry Mother (opened in March […]

News

Farewell Kotobukiya

Bands of at-home sushi chefs are mourning the imminent closing of their beloved Kotobukiya Japanese Market. Come May 10, the one-stop shop in Cambridge for […]

Chefs

What's the Dish?

We know you already know about the Boston Beer Summit and the Wine Riot!, as well as all the pre-marathon carbo loading dinners, but here […]

Restaurants

What's the Dish?

Easter Brunch Picks April 12, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. We rounded up some of our favorite places that are featuring special menus for Easter Brunch. 33 […]

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Restaurant News

Restaurant News

Where to eat right now.

Chefs

What's the Dish?

Down:2:Earth’s Sustainable Living Expo April 3, 5-9 p.m. Hynes Convention Center The event kicks off with a “Local Bites” Preview Party featuring chefs, food producers, […]

Restaurants

First Bite: Jerusalem Pita

A relatively small neighborhood packed with restaurants and foodies alike, Brookline’s Coolidge Corner offers a fertile ground for rivalries (the Anna’s–Boca Grande burrito war of […]

Restaurants

First Bite: Tastings Wine Bar and Bistro

If you’re a grazer like me, you want to try one of everything on the menu. And guests can do just that, somewhat affordably, at […]

Chefs

What's the Dish?

$35 Prix Fixe Menu Every day, 5-7 p.m. Sage Even after restaurant week, guests can enjoy a $35 three-course prix fixe menu at Sage every […]

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