Who’d have thought a standing-room-only bar trading in sherry and vermouth could be found in the shadow of Fenway Park?Read More
The end of a New England summer is bearable—but only because New England fall and its apple cider donuts are around the corner. From local bakery chains to country orchards and everywhere in between, here’s where to find versions of the autumnal snack that don’t disappoint.Read More
At Taqueria Jalisco, start with the tacos.
Whereas other establishments bury theirs under gooey cheese or surcharged guacamole, this East Boston favorite adds little more than chopped cilantro and onion, allowing the savory fillings—like smoky adobada pork or rich cabeza—to fully shine.Read More
There’s no time to mourn summer’s passing—not with Orfano from Tiffani Faison setting up shop in Fenway; a rotisserie-based sibling to Watertown’s Branch Line touching down in Kendall; and a German favorite kicking off its own Oktoberfest in Somerville. Here’s the Resy Hit List; dive in, and enjoy.Read More
Being gluten-free in Boston no longer means having to pack your own lunch. Thanks to the proliferation of Boston-based chains accommodating gluten sensitivity, it’s never been easier to eat local while staying wheat-free during lunch hour.
It’s no wonder that a proud baseball town places the humble hot dog on a pedestal. Whether you’re craving an ultra-old-school frank at Fenway or an adventurous version wrapped in bacon and buried under bonito flakes, here’s where to find Boston hot dogs worth every bite.Read More
In the last decade, few neighborhoods have changed as drastically as Southie—and much of that change has been delicious. From an award-winning enoteca to a bustling taco-and-margarita joint to a classic destination where the donuts and pizza are turned out all night long, there’s never been so many reasons to eat out in South Boston.Read More
Nostalgia is one hell of a drug.
It’s a thought that occurs every time we enter Trina’s Starlite Lounge, a delightfully weird proto-dive perched on a corner of Inman Square. From vintage signs advertising the cola and cigarettes of yesteryear to a reconstructed retro kitchen, the decor evokes a 1950s America that’s a little less Norman Rockwell and a bit more David Lynch.Read More
Summertime in ACK means beautiful beaches, rosé-filled afternoons, and some of the best dining this side of the Atlantic. Whether you’re looking for freshly caught seafood, house-made pastas or a no-expenses-spared steak dinner, you’ll be well-served by this lineup of the Grey Lady’s best dining destinations.Read More
Summer has hit its stride, and some of Boston’s most long-awaited openings are here. On this month’s Resy Hit List, old favorites continue to gather accolades, the team behind Juliet has crossed the river to open their first restaurant in Boston, and Time Out Market has materialized in Fenway with over a dozen local vendors to choose from.Read More
Gracie’s Ice Cream in Union Square boasts a beguiling array of imaginary ingredients. From “rainbow extract” and “unicorn whispers” to “essence of thunder” and “hugs,” they’re spelled out along the tongue-in-cheek mural that wraps around the tiny shop’s counter space.Read More
Although words like “craft” and “small batch” have become buzzy, we can’t help but use them to describe Cambridge’s Honeycomb Creamery. That’s because this place is the real deal: The ice cream is made with high-butterfat Jersey cow’s milk from Hadley, Mass., purchased raw and pasteurized in-house.Read More
Good news: The days of shrink-wrapped ice cream sandwich packages pulled from a 7-Eleven freezer are behind us. Today there’s a batch of local independents trapping ice cream between everything from homemade chocolate cookies to cake donuts to pressed cereal.Read More
Italian cooking is nothing new in Boston. But the last few years have seen a quiet revolution unfold as independent chefs have opened Italian restaurants that bring unrepresented regional styles into the city, or break the red-sauce mold entirely. Behold, the spots to enjoy Boston’s Italian renaissance to its fullest.Read More
With patio season now underway, recent national acclaim for a South Boston favorite, and the emergence of fresh Cuban flavors in Cambridge, Boston is poised for a strong summer. Between new favorites and rising stars ready for their second look, it’s time to explore the city with the Resy Hit List as your guide. Right this way.Read More
What do mid-century design, Jewish deli grub, and gin have in common? You’ll find them all at Our Fathers. At this Lower Allston sleeper spot, admirers of the Eames House, pastrami sandwiches, and Ramos Gin Fizzes will feel right at home.Read More
Kendall Square is famous for its tech scene, but we’re far more interested in the type of innovation you can eat. From a stellar take on French Canadian fare to wood-fired pizza perfection, this neighborhood at Cambridge’s eastern tip won’t disappoint.Read More
Amid the sanitary glass constructions that line a recently transformed stretch of the South End’s Harrison Avenue, a wooden door with a lion-shaped knocker sticks out from the squeaky-clean mean. If this were 2009, you might need a password to get in. But it’s 2019 and you’re about to enter Lion’s Tail, a bar that manages to capture all that was good about the Great Cocktail Revival while avoiding its excesses.Read More
Who needs a T stop when you’ve got some of the area’s best indie options for dining and drinking? From ceviche to donuts, Union Square continues to keep it weird—and delicious.
Beer bars have gotten a bit of a bad rap of late. There seems to be a widening gulf between bars where people drink beer to relax and have fun, and bars where people drink beer to take notes and wax poetic on the difference between East Coast and West Coast IPAs (presumably while stroking an unkempt beard).Read More