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Restaurant Review: UpStairs on the Square in Cambridge

A unified kitchen is turning out food that’s better than ever.

Restaurant Review: Oak Long Bar + Kitchen in Back Bay

Despite a stunning atmosphere, the old-meets-new dynamic at this revamped classic in Back Bay doesn’t always work.

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Dining Out: Casa B in Somerville

A high-style take on rustic Latin cuisine in Union Square.

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Restaurant Review: Kitchen in the South End

Scott Herritt’s new South End restaurant is a welcome glimpse into the past.

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Restaurant Review: West Bridge in Cambridge

This Kendall Square newcomer has potential in spades, but feels incomplete.

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Restaurant Review: Strip-T’s in Watertown

A Watertown diner is now serving the most exciting food around.

Restaurant Review: Clio

A review of Ken Oringer’s flagship restaurant Clio in Boston after a major revamp.

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Restaurant Review: Sam’s at Louis

Despite its couture digs, Sam’s offers food that’s fun, friendly, and familiar.

The Blue Room

Dining out at The Blue Room

With a new chef in the kitchen, this Kendall Square stalwart is hoping to boost its buzz quotient.

Dining Out: Area Four

Food that’s both fun and sustainable? You’ll find it at this new Cambridge spot.

Dining Out: Trade

TRADE IS AN IMPROBABLE success. It’s a big urban brasserie in a funky, beautifully renovated old brick building opened by a high-profile chef and her […]

Dining Out: Catalyst

The Cambridge restaurant Catalyst tries to bridge high-tech and artisan, casual and grand, high-gloss and rustic.

Restaurant Review: Legal Harborside in Boston

The seafood chain has debuted a flashy fine-dining concept on the waterfront—and despite a few early hiccups, things are going swimmingly.

Restaurant Review: Tres Gatos

With this bookstore-café turned tapas bar, J.P. has scored the best kind of neighborhood spot.

Dining Out at Locke-Ober

All shined up, this city landmark is ripe for a renaissance — but it can’t seem to shake its stodgy past.