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Ask the Editor: Where to Eat Spanish Tapas (and Buy Spanish Wines)?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s new dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: I recently returned from Spain, where […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

A Glass of B-Sides and Rarities It’s almost a holiday weekend—better make sure you have enough wine. Have you checked out Upper Glass yet? It’s […]

Boston Celtics guard Terry Rozier celebrates
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We Need the Boston Celtics Terry Rosé From Drew Bledsoe’s Winery

The Celtics took down the Philadelphia 76ers 114-112 last night to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals against Lebron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers. The back-and-forth action […]

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Lauren Friel Is Opening a Natural Wine Bar at Bow Market

A unique art and culinary marketplace calls for a different type of wine bar—and that’s exactly what Somerville’s soon-to-open Bow Market will get. Rebel Rebel, […]

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Where to Celebrate International Women’s Day in Boston

Last night’s snow not only looks beautiful, it’s not getting in the way of tonight’s International Women’s Day parties. Huzzah! After shoveling out, make your […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Natural Wines Been hearing about “natural wines” at restaurants like Haley.Henry Wine Bar, Tasting Counter, and Bisq, but don’t really know… what that means? You […]

The bar at La Bodega
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Drink This Now: Cellared Wines (and More) at La Bodega

It was a very tarnished glimmer of silver at the time, but a silver lining nonetheless. Because their Cambridge restaurant, Salts, closed so unexpectedly in […]

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Liquid Diet: Wine to Go

Assembled by local pros, these wine-subscription services promise to deliver your next favorite bottle.

RONSKY’S AT THE STREET IN CHESTNUT HILL
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Ronsky’s at the Street Has a New Wine Bar

The Chestnut Hill shopping center, the Street, offers short-term pop-up opportunities to support local businesses like Rancatore’s, OMG Bagels, Kane’s Donuts, and chef Ron Suhanosky’s […]

From left, Grill 23 wine director Brad Fichter, executive vice president Chris Himmel, executive chef Brian Kevorkian, founder Ken Himmel, and corporate beverage director Brahm Callahan
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Grill 23 and Bar Earns the Highest Wine Spectator Award

The best steakhouse in Boston also has one of the preeminent wine programs in the entire country. The latter recognition is just in from Wine […]

Waypoint
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Waypoint and Other Boston Favorites Honored in Wine Enthusiast

Waypoint can add another trophy to its case: On the heels of honors from Food & Wine and Eater, chef Michael Scelfo’s latest just earned a place on the annual America’s […]

Risotto balls at City Winery
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City Winery Opens in Boston This Fall

UPDATE, August 16, 4:30 p.m.: Alas, ” unavoidable construction delays” have hit the crew building City Winery and the venue has announced a new opening […]

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Sips of Summer: What to Drink Around Boston Right Now

What to drink right now.

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Important Boston Tinned Fish Scene Updates

Last summer, tinned fish—typically imported cans of preserved, sometimes seasoned, seafood—emerged as an undeniable trend in Boston, with two hot newcomers, Saltie Girl and Haley.Henry […]

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Tasting Counter’s Casual Wine Bar Is Now Open Five Nights a Week

There are now several more hours each week to get your natural wine fix in Somerville. The casual, after-hours bar that picks up after the […]