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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

The Impossible Wahlburger + Tots The plant-derived burger that looks, smells, and even appears to “bleed” like real beef is now available at Boston’s most […]

I Predict a Riot, a new lager produced by Trillium at Notch Brewing

Drink This Now: A Trillium Lager Brewed at Notch

Trillium Brewing Co. is best known—and best loved—for its aromatic, opaque, American pale ales. They also make a mean stout, stellar sours—and lagers? The first […]

People at the Trillium Garden on the Greenway in 2017

The Greenway Wants to Have a Second Beer Garden at Dewey Square This Year

Come spring, the Greenway could have not one but two bustling beer gardens. The Boston Herald reports that the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy is poised […]

A lineup from Night Shift Distributing partner breweries

Sip on These Upcoming Beer Events in Boston

The O.G. beer festival, Extreme Beer Fest, returns to Boston February 2-3, and there are still tickets available to the first session on Friday evening. […]

Smuttynose brewery

Smuttynose Brewing Company Seeks a New Owner at Auction

If your #careergoals include operating an iconic old Boston restaurant, turn your attention to the sale of Jacob Wirth. But if you want to take […]

The Lodge at Publico

Five Pop-Up Bars That Make This Winter in Boston Less Terrible

Winter in Boston can be tough, even when we’re not on the tail-end of a record-tying cold snap. Thankfully, temperatures are on the rise—and so […]


What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Après-Ski-Style Whether or not you actually did any skiing in this week’s snow, warm up like you did at the Lodge at Publico. The South […]

Hopsters Seaport dining area and tanks

Hopsters Officially Opens in the Seaport

Hopsters’ long-awaited expansion to Boston’s Seaport has been in the works since mid-2016—so founder Lee Cooper wasn’t going to let some blizzard stop it now. […]

City Life

Boston’s Drinking Problem

Craft breweries keep popping up across the city—but is the beer bubble about to burst?


Allston Beer Bar Sunset Grill & Tap Has Shuttered

Pour one out for Boston’s original beer bar: The Sunset Grill & Tap and its upstairs pool hall, Patron’s, have closed for good. Eater Boston […]

Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen bread

Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen Plans to Open in Brighton Next Year

Three months after signing a letter of intent with a Brighton landlord, the locals behind Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen are officially headed for 190 North […]

Weird Beard and Brew By Numbers are two U.K. craft breweries featured in British Beer Company's new Fab Four program

British Beer Company Ups its U.K. Craft Beer Game

When Shane Egan overheard someone order a New England-style IPA at a pub in Scotland earlier this fall, he about fell off his barstool. “It […]

The Castle Island Brewing taproom

Use This Discounted Lyft Code as Your Pre-Thanksgiving Designated Driver

Here’s hoping you’re already planning to get a lift home after catching up with hometown friends over a few pints this Thanksgiving eve. The popularity […]

Roslindale substation

Yes, Trillium Is Doing a Winter Beer Garden at the Roslindale Substation

Before Roslindale Village gets its very own neighborhood brewery sometime in 2018, it will indeed get its very own Trillium taproom for the winter season. […]

Distraction Brewing Company signed a lease at 2 Belgrade Avenue, Roslindale

Distraction Brewing Company Plans a Taproom in Roslindale Village

It won’t be all lit-up trees, mulled cider, and wintertime cheer at the upcoming Roslindale Holiday Market—at least one vendor is bringing daydreams of summer […]