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Food Trends

Hot Plates: 10 Dishes to Try Right Now in Boston

From Roman style pizza to fried lobster rolls to a “secret” taco special, check out this handy list of buzz-worthy plates.


Restaurants

Eight of the Best Boston-area Spots for Grilled Cheese

Restaurant News

Eat Here Now: Boston’s 10 Hottest Restaurants

Restaurants

Restaurants Across Boston Are “Hibernating.” Will They Actually Return in the Spring?


Latest Stories

Love That Dirty Water?

Boston’s seen a bit of bottled-water backlash lately. First, there was the TAP project, which charged diners $1 for a glass of water to help […]

News

All the News That’s Fit to Eat

Keeping track of Boston’s dining scene can feel almost as daunting as nabbing a table at Miracle of Science. Chowder scours the internet for the […]

News

Speed’s: Best Hot Dog in the U.S.

We’re beginning to feel a little smug around here at Chowder Central. For the second time this month, a Boston eatery has been named “best […]

Literature

The Great Vermont Cheese Crawl

There was a time when I considered driving tours little more than field trips for grownups—who, presumably, should have worthier, more-grownup things to do. That […]

Chefs

All the News That’s Fit to Eat

Keeping track of Boston’s dining scene can feel almost as daunting as completing the Eagle Deli’s Challenge Burger. Chowder scours the internet for the latest […]

Chefs

James Beard Award Nods: Boston Yawns

Every March, the James Beard Foundation announces its list of nominees for Beard Awards: the foodie equivalent of the Oscars. This prestigious list honors the […]


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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

The Dish: Don’t Skirt This Mini Steak

Toro, Ken Oringer‘s boutique tapas restaurant in the South End has some of the best ambiance in the city: chic but cozy, with a quirky […]

Literature

Chowder’s Choice: Artisanal Wellsprings

There’s a new book for food lovers in stores this month, and one well worth finding. Rebecca Gray‘s American Artisanal (Rizzoli, $26.95, 258 pages) is […]

Restaurants

O Ya Named Best New Restaurant in the U.S.

Our heartiest congratulations to Tim and Nancy Cushman, whose O Ya restaurant (winner of 2007 Best of Boston awards for “Best New Restaurant” and “Best […]

Miss Mix-A-Lot

At Chowder, even we find ourselves in food ruts from time to time. And my rut usually involves the Whole Foods salad bar. What a […]

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 […]

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Restaurant News

Restaurant News

Where to eat right now.


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 […]

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