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Scott Herritt’s new South End restaurant is a welcome glimpse into the past.
The South End will soon be injected with a hefty dose of food history thanks to Kitchen, which will take over the former Pops space […]
Great news for South End oenophiles: popular Chestnut Hill-based wine shop The Urban Grape will set up shop at 303 Columbus Ave. by early fall. […]
South End Infectious Disease Lab: “Like It’s a Lady in Waiting.” Things have still not progressed too far for the beleaguered Boston University National Emerging […]
Welcome to The Kitchen Spy, where we visit local chefs’ home kitchens, and force them to open up their fridge, drawers, and cabinets. Bissonnette works […]
Controversy has been brewing (sorry, couldn’t resist) in the 02118 for months over a proposed 3,000 square-foot Dunkin’ Donuts shop at 655 Tremont Street — […]
All photos by Leah Mennies Until recently, if you wanted to take home some of the expansive variety of produce from Siena Farms—a Sudbury farm […]
When it comes to spinning, “no pain, no gain” seems to be the operative mantra. But taking a spin class at your gym often means […]
Darryl’s is a happy, welcoming place, but it would do well to organize the menu more tightly around the southern-fusion fare it does best.
A warm welcome, please, to the city’s first legit (and much-needed) fashion showroom.
By: Caroline Jones Think holiday shopping has to be a drag? Think again. This Wednesday, December 8 from 4 to 8 p.m., your favorite South […]
Eighteen years after Parish Café —that neighborhood purveyor of celebrity chef-created sandwiches—opened its doors in the Back Bay and became a fixture for area residents […]
When designing the South End’s signature brick bowfront homes, 19th-century developers added an old-school version of house bling: intricate cast-iron railings, balustrades, and fences. In […]
Overrun with velvet ropes, $8 tomatoes, and a Washington-Street-by-way-of-Route-9 crowd, the South End has some once proud residents wondering just what the hell happened to the former hippest neighborhood in town.