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Roslindale, Malden, and other nearby suburbs will soon have fresh beer in the neighborhood.
Six New Bar Scenes to Check Out at Favorite Restaurants
Including a French wine bar on Newbury Street, a cozy salon in Cambridge, and more.
Where to Find the Best Dumplings in Boston
From Chinatown stalwarts serving up juicy soup dumplings to pan-Asian cocktail bars riffing on gyoza.
Chef Chris Parsons Will Open the Oyster Club in Downtown Boston in May
Park Square is getting a raw bar, "lobster of the day," and classic New England seafood.
Look Inside A&B Burgers, Opening Thursday on Causeway Street
It’s location No. 2 for the award-winning North Shore burger joint.
Ask the Editor: Kid-Friendly Dining Near the New England Aquarium
This family is looking for breakfast and dinner in downtown Boston.
Small Bite: Best of the Wurst
A prolific beer-and-sausage team takes its links on the road.
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.
Stellar seafood, the coolest cocktails, and the reservations to make right now.
Check Out the Food Hall-Inspired Menu at Bar Mercato
The globe-trotting restaurant opens this weekend at the Hyatt Centric Faneuil Hall hotel.
The Bar Mezzana Team Is Adding Another New South End Restaurant
Stephi’s on Tremont will close, making way for a fresh venture from chef Colin Lynch.
Ask the Editor: Which Boston Restaurants Have Starring Roles?
This film buff wants to visit local places that have been featured in memorable movies.
Peregrine Will Bring Italian Islands-Inspired Cuisine to Beacon Hill
The team behind Juliet is delivering an all-day destination for sfizi, pasta and wine.
Hong Kong Will Add a Music Venue This Spring
The Harvard Square institution plans to host local and touring acts.
Where to eat right now.
Associate food editor Jacqueline Cain can solve any dining conundrum. She has a restaurant recommendation for any situation—the more oddly specific, the better.
Branch Line Owner Andrew Holden Is Opening Shy Bird in Cambridge
Landing this summer, it will be a neighborhood café and nightspot for Kendall Square.
A French Café and Brasserie Is Headed for the Towne Space
Rochambeau will bring croissants, coq a vin, and cocktails to the Back Bay.
Share Valentine’s Day with These Eight Culinary Couples
Sweet chefs dish on favorite date-night spots and how their restaurants will celebrate love.
Do the Dip
Whether shared under a starry sky or in a swanky cocktail lounge, these new spins on fondue are the perfect midwinter indulgence.