Dining Out

Dining Out reviews

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Check out the Globe’s reviews of dozens of Boston-area restaurants.

Cheap Eats

Cheap Eats reviews

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There are dishes you can order for under $20 at eateries.

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Kimchi Hash With Chorizo and Eggs

Cooking | Globe Magazine

Put a new spin on brunch with these Korean-inspired recipes

Kimchi hash and pickled daikon vegetable rolls inspired by the new cookbook “K Food.”

Rodrigo Soto is chief winemaker at Huneeus Vintners.


Chilean wines: more than cheap and cheerful

It’s time to change your mind about pours from the land of many microclimates

Quiick Bite

Seafood is the star at Back Bay’s Saltie Girl

Crudo, platters, toasts, and tins: the ocean’s bounty, every which way

Cauliflower steak with dried fruit stuffing, smoked cauliflower puree, and flowers at 51 Lincoln, a Newton restaurant that closed Saturday.


A new Giacomo’s opens, 51 Lincoln says farewell, and other restaurant news

Plus, a new spot for chef Pino Maffeo in the North End

It’s bubbly. It’s pink. It’s a beer.

Long Trail Brewing Company’s new gose is made with cranberries

Nicola Williams, founder of Boston JerkFest.


A celebration of Jamaican culture, fueled by Scotch bonnets

Boston JerkFest brings us together over one of the island’s most iconic dishes

New species of truffle found at Arnold Arboretum

Fittingly, it has been named Tuber arnoldianum

The story behind the mermaid at Tonno in Gloucester

Chef Anthony Caturano is right at home in his new waterfront spot

From the Bar

Combing Italy for the perfect wine to pair with Novara’s saltimbocca

A 2013 Valpolicella Ripasso complements the chicken rolled with prosciutto and Fontina cheese.


Franklin farmers market open for the season

The market will be open every Friday from July 8 through Oct. 28.

Halifax-style donairs

Recipe for Halifax-style donairs

This unusual and delicious sandwich is a late-night staple in Nova Scotia

Sillari’s co-owner Scott Sillari making pizzas in Malden.

Cheap Eats

Takeout pizza, two ways: old-school and new kid on the block

Sillari’s Pizza and La Cascia’s both offer saucy, cheesy pleasures

Pho-style chicken lettuce wraps

Recipe for pho-style chicken lettuce wraps

Some of the flavors of Vietnamese pho, in a fun lettuce wrap

At the Brockton Neighborhood Health Center, a nutrition and cooking class is offered to patients at the clinic.

Take these fruits and vegetables and call me in the morning

Increasingly, health-care professionals are viewing food as medicine — sometimes even writing prescriptions to encourage better nutrition

Stephanie Danler, author of the new novel “Sweetbitter.”


‘Sweetbitter’ author Stephanie Danler talks about writing and the restaurant life

Her novel explores the front-of-the-house perspective

Bamboo-steamed flounder with spring vegetables and basil by chef Gordon Hamersley.

Recipe for steamed flounder with summer vegetables, basil, and tarragon

Bring out the natural flavors of the ingredients.

At Brookline’s Rifrullo Cafe, a watermelon gazpacho makes use of the rind

This summery soup is perfect with salad and bread.

Bamboo-steamed flounder with spring vegetables and basil.

Cooking With | Gordon Hamersley

Steaming: a delicate preparation for delicate flavors

The method works well with fish like flounder.

Don’t waste a drop with this smoothie spatula

It’s designed to scrape out every bit from your blender, but it’s great for other things too.

Local, vegetarian meal kits, delivered by trike

The company al FreshCo brings the fixings for quick dinners to subscribers.

Granola goes Paleo, with the help of three New England companies

Oats are out in these local products.

Multi-seed muffins with dried cranberries

Recipe for multi-seed muffins with dried cranberries

It’s a muffin, not a cake! These are not overly sweet.

The Confident Cook

Crepes like you’d eat in Brittany, thanks to buckwheat

Their earthy flavor pairs well with fillings savory or sweet.

Recipe for galette bretonne with egg, ham, cheese, and asparagus

This French specialty is easily re-created at home

Cherry cake

Recipe for cherry cake

It’s not the pits!

Grilled Fish Tacos With Quick Pickled Cabbage

Cooking | Globe Magazine

Recipes: Fish tacos without the mess of frying

All the flavor of the Baja classic, with none of the fuss. Plus, easy shrimp tacos.

Boston, MA - 04/14/16 - Dining Out review of chef Tiffani Faison's restaurant Tiger Mama. Photos of: Tiger Duck marinated, smoked & fried duck, house mo, chili mayo, tamarind syrup, herb basket. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Lifestyle, Reporter: Unknown, Topic: 20dining, LOID: 8.2.2603210455.

Where to Eat

Restaurants to try in Greater Boston

A sampling of the area’s best restaurants, from Globe critics.


The drink is always greener . . .

How to make Ten Tables' Mon Céleri cocktail. Celery is the secret to this electric-green drink.


Smoke Shop barbecue opening soon, plus other restaurant news

A Newbury Street Mother Juice with a patio, a Vineyard spot from former Bistro du Midi chef Robert Sisca, and more.

Chef Richard Blais

Chef Richard Blais on cooking and entertaining outdoors

Richard Blais on cooking outdoors, how to make a peach cobbler using the grill, and his favorite cut of steak right now.

The sea urchin crudo at Bar Mezzana in the Ink Block development in the South End.

Quick bite

Italian hits the spot at Ink Block

Italian restaurant Bar Mezzana is a hot spot in the South End.


What you might have missed Tuesday from the world of business

New Balance wins victory in Pentagon budget, Martha Stewart gets into meal kit business, and more.


Inspired by Heady Topper: a taste test of 6 big IPAs

The rise of that bitter Vermont IPA has spawned a crush of big, canned IPAs and double IPAs

Colleen Robichaud, shop manager at Louie’s Ice Cream in East Somerville.


Louie’s Ice Cream: a Somerville summer tradition

The Robichaud family keeps the neighborhood in frozen treats all season long.

The gender-neutral bathrooms at Meyers + Chang are adorned with the Prince symbol.


The perfect solution to bathroom signage: Use the Prince symbol

South End restaurant Myers + Chang salutes His Purpleness on its restroom doors

How to make Jade Monkey’s Seoul Mate cocktail

The Asian-inspired restaurant is new to Cleveland Circle.

It’s strawberry season. Many pick-your-own farms in the area are open for business.

Where to pick local strawberries

It’s strawberry season and many pick-your-own farms in the area are open for business.

Recipe for sweet cream biscuits

Pair them first with strawberries, then move to stone fruits and other berries as the season progresses

The Confident Cook

How to make great ribs without a smoker

You can achieve real-deal results in your oven.

Bread pudding with asparagus, zucchini, and cheddar

Recipe for bread pudding with asparagus, zucchini, and cheddar

A satisfying dish for Father’s Day brunch, and a fine way to use up stale baguette

A trio of True West pints (from left): Campfire Session Nitro, Fuego Sunset red IPA, and Walden Pond Wit.

Cheap Eats

At True West brewery and restaurant, it takes a village

The West Acton spot is a local craft brewery and farm-to-table restaurant that engages the community.

Grilled miso tuna with sweet-and-sour cucumber pickle

Recipe for grilled miso tuna with sweet-and-sour cucumber pickle

Savory fish plus crisp pickles: perfectly complementary

Soy-caramel wings

Recipe for soy-caramel wings

They highlight the flavors of your favorite Chinese takeout menu

Recipe for strawberry shortcake

It’s strawberry season, brief and sweet. Enjoy them in this cake.

Carla (left) and Christine Pallotta, the sisters who own Nebo Cucina & Enoteca.

‘Damned Minestrone! You will never fool me again!’ A look at Italian cookbook history.

The owners of Nebo restaurant are cooking from “In Bocca,” a set of rare, regional, and highly quirky cookbooks.

Readable Feast cofounders Louisa Kasdon (left) and Annie B. Copps.

The Readable Feast: cookbooks in 3-D

A new festival aims to celebrate cookbooks and their authors, and unite the community around food and food writing.

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Matt Viser | Double Shot

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