Cafe Landwer makes dining alfresco easy with picnic packages

The restaurant offers three types, which amply feeds four and arrives in a convenient reusable jute bag.

Tiny North Shore bakery opens during the pandemic

Stephanie Modahl started Bonny Breads with a single sourdough loaf. Now she’s opening a retail location.


Chefs are parents, too. Here are their tips if your kitchen is now a makeshift school cafeteria

From banana sushi rolls to skewer snacks, these pros have lunch ideas in the bag.


Elm Street Sweets brings a little bit of sugar to a sour time

Peanut butter fudge pie, sea salt chocolate chip cookies, and more from the team behind Rosebud.


Salt Bae is opening a Boston restaurant this weekend

The suave Instagram sensation will open Nusr-et on Friday.


Do you finally have time for an online cooking class? We have suggestions

There are so many you can take right now — to improve your kitchen skills, keep the kids busy after school, cook like a pro, or brush up on pastry making.

One-of-a-kind oyster knives made on the Cape

Fred Carpenter and Tom Davenport run Cape Cod Cutlery and hand-make one-of-a-kind blades in a garage in Marstons Mills.


A lack of experience didn’t stop them from opening a coffee shop, and a pandemic can’t stop them either

SlackTide Coffee Roasters in Marshfield is thriving, with specialty coffee and doughnuts worth lining up for.


Meet Rojal Shrestha from Kantipur Café, now selling pizza and momos in Cambridge

“When opportunity strikes, you just do it,” he says.

Send a message with Collettey’s Cookies

North End entrepreneur now offers gift boxes, dog biscuits, and online ordering.


So many Boston restaurants have closed. It’s just the tip of the iceberg

With PPP money running dry and the outdoor dining season coming to a close, the industry is on a precipice.