Tag: Boston

Andrew Zimmern Traces Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride on Bizarre Foods

Tune in for Bizarre Foods: Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride Aug. 29 at 9|8c on Travel Channel The midnight ride of Paul Revere marked the beginning of a war that changed our world forever. On this episode of Bizarre Foods, I’m following in the footsteps of this great patriot, revealing layers of history and food traditions…  Read More

5 Questions: Tony Maws

Uncompromisingly Committed to His Craft A 2011 James Beard Award Winner for Best Chef Northeast and Food & Wine Best New Chef in 2005, Tony Maws is the owner of Boston’s acclaimed Craigie on Main and the newer, more casual Kirkland Tap & Trotter. An immensely talented chef with ruthless expectations of himself and his staff,…  Read More

Alden & Harlow

Alden & Harlow Located in the iconic and now-shuttered Casablanca space in Boston’s Harvard Square, Alden & Harlow is chef Michael Scelfo’s first solo venture after working at local favorites Russell House Tavern and North Street Grille. It’s a cozy, subterranean dining room with subway tiled walls and reclaimed wood, a casual yet stylish atmosphere…  Read More

5 Questions: Jamie Bissonnette

Nose-to-Tail Icon Chef Jamie Bissonnette gained notoriety for his soulful food, innovative style and pork proficiency at his Boston restaurants, Coppa and Toro. Last fall, Bissonnette brought his incredible tapas menu to Manhattan when he opened a second Toro with business partner and fellow empire builder Ken Oringer. As we predicted, New Yorkers are just as infatuated as Bostonians with…  Read More

5 Questions: Joanne Chang

Boston’s Pastry Perfectionist A Harvard-educated consultant-turned-pastry chef, Joanne Chang is an empire building restaurateur with four acclaimed Flour bakeries in Boston, and the popular pan-Asian Myers+Chang. Not making a trip to Boston any time soon? Try your hand at making the infamous, Throwdown-winning sticky buns at home from her cookbook Flour, Spectacular Recipes from Boston’s Flour Bakery+Cafe (or…  Read More

Toro

Boston’s Best Tapas Chef/owner Ken Oringer and chef Jamie Bissonnette, the duo behind the much-lauded Coppa, serve inspired Spanish fare at Toro, one of Boston’s most sought after tables. Located in the city’s historic South End neighborhood, the pint-size restaurant serves traditional and contemporary Barcelona-style tapas in a cozy, dimly-lit dining room with exposed brick…  Read More

Craigie on Main

Nose-to-Tail at Its Best Tony Maws’ acclaimed food at this Boston area bistro is rustic, yet contemporary, and speaks to his passion for local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Put yourself at the mercy of the chef and order the Ultimate Craigie Experience – an eight course tasting menu that will knock your socks off. Expect…  Read More

Craigie on Main

Nose-to-Tail at Its Best Tony Maws’ acclaimed food at this Boston area bistro is rustic, yet contemporary, and speaks to his passion for local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Put yourself at the mercy of the chef and order the Ultimate Craigie Experience – an eight course tasting menu that will knock your socks off. Expect…  Read More

Clio

One of Boston’s Finest By Bob & Sue Ken Oringer has for years been one of Boston’s finest chefs offering creative specialties such as cold foie gras with candied rhubarb, soft-shell crab tempura with avocado emulsion, warm nettle soup with pea powder and cod cheeks, sea urchin and lobster in parsnip emulsion, and braised sassafras…  Read More

Clio

One of Boston’s Finest By Bob & Sue Ken Oringer has for years been one of Boston’s finest chefs offering creative specialties such as cold foie gras with candied rhubarb, soft-shell crab tempura with avocado emulsion, warm nettle soup with pea powder and cod cheeks, sea urchin and lobster in parsnip emulsion, and braised sassafras…  Read More

O YA

Wicked Awesome O YA is one of my all-time favorite restaurants. Chef Tim Cushman’s goal is to create single bites of food that pack in the flavor of an entire meal. Contact 9 East Street Boston, Massachusetts 02111 617.654.9900 www.oyarestaurantboston.com

O YA

Wicked Awesome O YA is one of my all-time favorite restaurants. Chef Tim Cushman’s goal is to create single bites of food that pack in the flavor of an entire meal. Contact 9 East Street Boston, Massachusetts 02111 617.654.9900 www.oyarestaurantboston.com