All posts tagged "Boston"

  • Toro

    Toro brings Barcelona-style tapas to Boston’s South End. Chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette have crafted a menu of traditional and modern Spanish-style small platters...

  • The Hawthorne

    The Hawthorne pairs craft cocktails with hospitality, comfort and a chic atmosphere. Its extensive menu invites guests to rediscover old gems, find a new favorite,...

  • Coppa

    Coppa serves up a unique take on Italian cuisine with its local, seasonal ingredients and inventive menu. Acclaimed chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette have...

  • Armenian Market and Bakery

    Armenian Market and Bakery brings a unique dining and shopping experience to Watertown (incidentally, the nation’s 3rd largest Armenian population). You can explore their traditional...

  • Banh Mi Ba Le

    Tucked away in Dorchester, outside Boston proper, you might ask if Banh Mi Ba Le is worth the trip. The answer is a resounding yes....

  • Island Creek Oyster Bar

    A hybrid of traditional New England shore food and creative, seasonally influenced seafood makes Island Creek Oyster Bar stand out from the crowd of Boston...

  • Sportello

    Sportello serves up a  sleek, modern take on the classic Italian dinner with its fresh, trattoria-inspired dishes designed by award-winning chef Barbara Lynch. One of...

  • Armenian, Brazilian & Vietnamese Food (Boston Calling)

    I spent the day in Boston with my friend and colleague Marco Werman, host of both PRI’s The World as well as Boston Calling, a...

  • Thursday Cookbook Giveaway

    This week, we’re going through the bookshelves and offering up the work of one of Boston’s favorite sons, Michael Schlow. Schlow has headed up some...

  • Who’s Hungry? Magazine

    Click here, then go to page 6 to see my story about “5 Winter Dishes from Cold Climate Cities.”