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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?


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Chefs

Bubblicious

When most people have to work weekends, it means coming into an empty office and putting in hours of drudgery for no additional pay. Not […]

Restaurants

Super Fat Tuesday

We here at Chowder view politics and food like our children—it’s hard to choose between the two. You can imagine we’re torn between celebrating Mardi […]

News

A Year-Round Market for Boston?

During the warm weather months, Boston is blessed with an abundance of local farmers markets. But it lacks a central year-round market along the lines […]

Sweet Surrender

I’m a purist when it comes to baking. High quality cocoa, pure vanilla extract, and European-style butter all take their place in my shopping cart. […]

Restaurants

Oh, the Oceanaire

As a denizen of what many folks consider one of the better food cities in America—no thanks to Anthony Bourdain, mind you—I like to think […]

Restaurants

Mo’ Burrito

The local burrito craze hits a new high today as Chipotle opens a new location in Cleveland Circle. For those Brookliners devoted to local favorite […]


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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.


Chowder Talks Chowder

We can’t wait for the Super Bowl. Our (undefeated!) team is representing the AFC, which makes the food we associate with that Sunday in February […]

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Chowder Undergoes a Metamorphosis

We here at Chowder are big fans of Eastern Standard. Back in December, Matthew Reed Baker and the Boston magazine fact checkers enjoyed a great […]

Mercury Rising? Not Quite

In addition to the influx of upscale joints plating up astronomically priced maki and nigiri in neighborhoods already drowning in the stuff, yet another alarming […]

News

Toscanini’s Lives to Scoop Another Day

Ice cream fans are one step closer to rejoicing. Toscanini’s is getting closer to reopening. After launching a blog to solicit donations for its $167,000 […]

Restaurants

Dispatches from the Back Burner

Despite the city’s impressive run of restaurant debuts in past months (Mooo, Myers + Chang, T.W. Food, et al.), delays in some high-profile openings have […]

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Restaurant News

Restaurant News

Where to eat right now.


Restaurants

Ghosts of Restaurants Past

A wise friend once said: Once you start to give directions based on what used to be there—e.g., “That bar near that falafel place that […]

Chowder Loves Trader Joe’s Turkey Chili

This week’s cold snap has us craving warm, rich foods. While there’s nothing better than spending all day tending to a simmering pot of stew […]

News

Save Toscanini’s, Save the Burnt Caramel Ice Cream

The Toscanini’s saga continues to unfold, four days after its surprise shuttering for unpaid taxes. On Friday, owner Gus Rancantore informed us that he and […]

News

Tosci Update: Gus Speaks

As of Friday afternoon, Toscanini’s remains closed. However, owner Gus Rancantore sent us this update: “We were trying to prevent this from happening and we […]

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