Massachusetts Restaurant Association Honors Frank DePasquale

The Massachusetts Restaurant Association held its annual Awards Dinner this week celebrating five leaders in the industry, including Frank DePasquale of Depasquale Ventures as...

Recipes From A (Ladies) Night to Remember

Last month, The KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market welcomed the Ladies Group of the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) for a special...

Signature Chef Dinner Series Launches at The Boston Public Market KITCHEN with “An Evening...

This February, The KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market will launch a new Signature Chef Series to showcase popular chefs and their relationships with the...

Grand Abruzzese Dinner for Italian Earthquake Relief

Visiting chefs from Abruzzese helped raise funds for Central Italy Earthquake Relief at Filippo Ristorante's grand dinner this week. The event was a kickoff...

Winter Business Renovations, Closing and Coming Soon

Winter is often the time of year for business comings and goings in Boston's North End. Over the past few weeks, we found some renovation signs up at...

A (Ladies) Night to Remember!

Every other Friday, The KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market (BPM), managed by the Trustees of Reservations, welcomes guests for Family Dinner Night —...

Downtown View: A Recipe for Cooking

  Take one old hot dog factory. Add two big kitchens, eight convection ovens, 12 food truck spaces, several 15-gallon mixers, a frying pan logo,...

David Gomes Honored at 12th Annual CityFeast in Boston’s North End

CityFeast and Joslin Diabetes Center honored 26-year-old David Gomes on Sunday night for his pursuits to help children living with diabetes. David has been living...

Boston City Hall to Become More Caffeinated

  Boston City Hall may not be getting any prettier on the outside, but on the inside is getting a facelift. A renovated lobby will...

New Chef and Team Join Ray Bourque at North End’s Tresca

Tresca Restaurant and Bar in Boston's North End is still the place where Bruins legend Ray Bourque hangs out. In 2017, the Hanover Street standard starts a...

Bring Your Own Beer & Wine, Just Not to the Downtown Neighborhoods

The Licensing Board unanimously approved rules and regulations on Wednesday to allow for BYOB (bring your own bottle) in Boston. Restaurants with a sub-30 person...

Life on the Corner: Eataly, Part 2

A month ago I wrote a brief essay about my visit to Mario Batali’s new Italian food emporium in the Prudential Center mall. That...

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