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A first look at Grace by Nia
With live music and lush decor, the restaurant and club helps usher in a Seaport revision.
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Who makes the call — is there a governing body? Or does it bubble up from the people, like “most likely to be a reality TV star” or “best teeth” awards of the high school yearbook?
Long live soup season
True Primal Soups were created to offer a nutrient-dense, gluten-free, and paleo-friendly alternative to canned soups. The company’s goal is to focus on food high in nutrition and easily digested, using real ingredients while avoiding grains and other common allergens.
A new kind of Jewish space, where all are served
Lehrhaus, a "Jewish tavern and house of learning" in Somerville, connects all comers in a cultural celebration. “No space exists like this in the world."
Bar Toscana and Stubbys arrive in the Seaport; Mass Hole Donuts debuts in Somerville
Plus, an Inman Square original shuts its doors.
Conversation about toxic kitchen culture takes the stage at WBUR
WBUR panelists addressed the restaurant industry’s hierarchical structure and what can be done to protect workers.
FoMu’s popsicles are parties on a stick
The novelty frozen treats made with FoMu’s coconut milk-based flavors have generous layers of texture and crunch.
Learn about sausage-making and butchery in a Walden Local Meat class
Jason Savard, the head butcher at Walden Local Meat, a shop in the South End, learned the trade while working on a Pennsylvania farm years ago.
What it’s like to visit Park-9, a bar for dogs (and their people)
Imagine being on the set of Puppy Bowl, but with cocktails. The dog bar opened a month ago in Everett’s Fermentation District.
When a regular becomes an employee — and then creates his own beer
Jake Douglass’s hands are certainly not idle. He’s been learning, brewing, and developing his own lager.
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At Joanie’s, New York-ish-style pizza and nostalgia
A couple who met at Craigie on Main run this Chelmsford pizzeria, serving thin crust pies and delectable cookies.