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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.
Ever on the lookout for restaurants that tweak our preconceptions and beguile our palates, we at Chowder must admit that—especially on unseasonably bitter March nights—we […]
With Restaurant Week filling up tables on otherwise empty weeknights at our favorite neighborhood spots, what are we to do if all we want is […]
All right, people, get excited. While we’re not out of the woods yet (see: the April Fool’s Day blizzard), all signs point to spring. I’ve […]
When I left Manhattan for Boston several years ago, there were a few things I missed immediately. Among them, restaurants that delivered and intersections where […]
This morning, I had lard for breakfast. Grossed out? So were some of my colleagues. But this was no ordinary lard: It was the now-famous […]
Your Chowder hounds have sniffed out the best culinary events in town. Check back every Friday for your weekly prix fixe of freebies, dinner deals, […]
Call it a big-budget (or bigger-budget, anyway) sequel to a cult favorite: The recently debuted sister location to J.P.’s tiny Ten Tables keeps its star—David […]
We’re sad to report that Marc Orfaly’s Restaurant L, opened only three months before, closed this weekend. There had been rumors that the restaurant was […]
I have a friend (or sister, or aunt, or all of the above…) who never orders dessert herself. Instead, her M.O. is to let the […]
It’s not often that I have trouble deciding where to eat. Between new restaurant openings and our mag’s own guide to must-try restaurants, I’ve built […]
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, […]
If you want to eat well, make friends with a chef. They like to cook, even when they’re not at work, and their parties are […]
From the ashes of one, two shall arise. We’re all getting pretty tired of bad economy stories, but the shuttering of one of our favorite […]