I’m a restaurant critic — and I’m not ready to eat in a restaurant right now

Let me be clear: I want to, badly. But there are simply too many practical and moral sticking points right now.

We want to know: When do you think you’ll eat in a restaurant again?

Please share your thoughts for a Globe story.

Coda and Artu join list of Boston-area restaurants that have closed amid COVID-19

COVID-19 is transforming the restaurant industry. Here’s an inside look at restaurants that have shut down due to the economic impacts of coronavirus.


An unfussy cocktail you can make at home

Try a Dreamweaver and be transported to your last visit to Chickadee.


Jody Adams, a star in Boston’s culinary scene for years, takes on a new role: activist

The longtime chef contemplates an industry ravaged by COVID-19 and vows to make a difference.

COVID-19 has created a society of adventurous chefs, with mixed and often hilarious results

Desperation yields both creativity and disaster. Fried dirt ball, anyone?

Moms turn their playtime into a craft cocktail mixer business

ROOT mixers will will come in handy for virtual happy hour.

Elevate your tinned fish game with some canned salmon

The long-lasting pantry staple is more affordable than fresh salmon. The fish is cooked and ready to eat or use in various dishes.


Real Italian Gusto in Medford is just the kind of small business we should support

Matteo and Francesca Ronzio came to Boston with a dream. And it’s delicious.

Unbox a mix of local produce (and help out small farms while you’re at it)

Dig Acres Farm Box is a healthy little bundle.