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Coming Right Up: Beer and Lobster, Together at Last

By Anne Vickman Get your bibs ready: This Saturday marks the first-ever Beer and Lobster Party. About a year and a half ago, EatBoston’s founder […]

Session Lesson

Craft-beer tastings are bubbling up in gastropubs all over town, so why not host one at your place? Herewith, a guide to hosting a successful beer soiree at home.

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'Gansett Gets Crafty

By Anne Vickman Prost! This year marks the 200th anniversary of Oktoberfest. To celebrate, the Rhode-Island based brewery Narragansett has released their first canned craft […]

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First Bite: Symphony 8

The Hub has seen a rash of new restaurant launches in the last month, headlined by the Back Bay’s Bistro du Midi, Woodward in the […]

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Open Season

Down economy? What down economy? While restaurant openings were scarce in the first half of ’09, summer’s end is proving a hotbed for casual, affordable […]

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First Bite: Ducali Pizzeria & Bar

From the whisper-thin pies at Pizzeria Regina to the Sicilian-style slices at Galleria Umberto, there’s plenty of cheesy, tomatoey goodness in the North End. What […]

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First Bite: Ducali Pizzeria & Bar

From the whisper-thin pies at Pizzeria Regina to the Sicilian-style slices at Galleria Umberto, there’s plenty of cheesy, tomatoey goodness in the North End. What […]

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What's the Dish?

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, […]

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What’s the Dish?

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, […]

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Pumpkin Beer, Round II

Thanks to the infinitely patient staff at Sav-Mor Liquors, Chowder has been sampling additional pumpkin beers after the overwhelming response to our post two weeks […]

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Piggin’ Out

Chowder may be talking turkey a lot these days, but one meat is our always-and-forever, and that’s pork. And while we’re all about the booming […]

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Chowder Loves: Pumpkin Beer

Unlike many summer-weary Bostonians, I hate fall. Not because I dislike crisp days or the crunch of leaves underfoot, but I hate what fall signifies. […]

The Beer Buzz

The Beer Buzz

To the Last Drop

By now, Jim Koch could be forgiven for losing his passion, his ambition, his drive to brew what he will gladly tell you — over […]

Liquids: New England 'Extreme' Beers

Nearly a decade ago, I was editor of a highbrow glossy magazine aimed at savvy Gen-X guys with refined tastes for adventure travel, extreme sports, […]