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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 […]


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 […]

Committee chef de cuisine Theo Tsilipanos

Committee Names L’Espalier Alum Theo Tsilipanos as Chef de Cuisine

The new chef de cuisine at the sexy Seaport spot Committee is no stranger to the modern Greek cuisine that fuels this ouzeri. Theo Tsilipanos owned a restaurant […]


The Best New Wine Bars in Boston Right Now

Ready, set, swill. Pouring unusual vinos from boutique producers, these wine bars are the perfect place to get your pét-nat fix now.

Hopsters Alley at Boston Public Market

A Pop-Up Beer and Wine Bar Returns to the Boston Public Market This Winter

Hey, remember what a great idea it was when the Boston Public Market hosted a beer and wine garden last year? Why should the warmer […]


Tasting Counter Debuts a Late-Night Natural Wine Bar

The haute cuisine from the chefs at Tasting Counter became a bit more accessible last summer with the addition of inexpensive, late-night bites on weekend nights. Beginning tonight, a […]


Warm Up This Fall with These Expert Wine Selections

Snowstorm scares aside, there’s a lot to love about autumn in Boston, from the quaint look of crunchy leaves on cobblestone sidewalks, to local cranberry […]

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The L’Espalier Menu and Wine Bar Get a Revamp This Fall

A fixture in the Boston fine dining scene is shaking things up. Early next month, L’Espalier will roll out five- and eight-course tasting menus, in […]


Four Wines Crafted from New England’s Bounty

Who needs apple picking when you can drink your fruit instead? Ahead, four wines crafted from New England’s bounty.


Spoke Wine Bar Will Close Late in 2016

At the end of the year, Davis Square will be down an independent restaurant that not only brought a world-class wine program to the neighborhood, […]


Local Restaurants Earn Top 100 Spots on Wine Enthusiast’s 2016 List

Spots in the Theater District, Cambridge, and Brookline represent the New England restaurant scene this year on Wine Enthusiast’s America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants list. Longstanding […]


Three Canned Drinks to Try This Summer

Three canned drinks to try this summer.


Refreshing Rosé (and Sake) Events Around Boston

Now that patio season is in full swing, it’s really time to break out the rosé. Pink wines can get a bad rap for being too […]

City Life

City Licensing Board OKs BYOB in Boston

BYOB is one step closer to becoming a reality in the Hub. The city’s Licensing Board unanimously voted Thursday to amend its regulations to allow for BYOB […]


Bottle Shock: La Garagista

A small Vermont winery is employing hardy American grape varietals to create stunning—and potentially world-class—wines. Will it succeed?