As Boston-area restaurants struggle to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, they face another crisis that threatens their very existence
“A Boston comedy star-studded event with all proceeds to benefit Helen Crimmins, wife of the late, great Barry Crimmins”
The post-pandemic Boston-area restaurant scene could end up being one that’s nearly unrecognizable in some ways. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing (or both) remains to be seen
“This week coincides the Boston Black Restaurant Month in collaboration with the Black Hospitality Coalition and Black Restaurant Week”
Just a few announcements from our inbox that we’re passing on to readers who love eating and imbibing
Restrictions have been lifted across the state. Does this mean we can party like it’s 2019 in restaurants and bars? Perhaps not just yet.
"It is absolutely critical that Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville maintain malleable minds around the issues of restaurant licensing and public consumption in general."
The local restaurant scene one year later, and what the future may hold for dining and drinking spots across the region.
There may be light at the end of the rollback thanks to vaccines, but is it too late for some?
And the simple thing chefs can do to help sufferers
Last Saturday night, my wife and I went out for drinks and snacks at a well-known local restaurant. It’s the kind of place that can get expensive if you’re having a full meal, but isn’t too pricey for a couple of small plates. So hanging out there ...