Eat and Drink

We’re dishing some niche, local topics for your family gatherings.
Whether you call it stuffing or dressing, you’ll want this side dish on your menu.
Get to know Hunter’s Executive Chef who Beat Bobby Flay.
We won’t bog you down with another cranberry recipe.
Which pie has the upper crust? 🥧
Check out winter happenings and holiday festivities in this seasonal guide. ❄️
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This is a federal holiday so expect various closures.
Head to the Seaport District for a holly jolly shopping experience.
Fill your plate with newly opened spots + eateries coming soon.
Trick-or-treat yourself to these candies made in the Boston area. 🍬
Día de los Muertos traditionally takes place Nov. 1-2.
This resource helps connect people + businesses to prevent food waste.
Tell your friends about this new tech-infused mini golf experience. ⛳
Oh my gourd — there are so many seasonal sips to try.
Shop the Southie retail area’s newest local vendors.
Grab your ghouls and hop on the train to Witch City this month.
Save this to make the most out of your October plans.
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in Boston, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
Celebrate the Japanese beverage with Boston’s first sake bar. 🍶
Prepare for a howling good time as Shore Leave gets spooky.
How ‘bout them apples? 🍎
Plus, enter our ticket giveaway to a show at Roadrunner
We’re pouring out the best local spots to sip some vino. 🍷
Raise a glass during this week-long celebration of the classic boozy beverage.
We’ve de-cider-ed it’s time to share these.
It’s that time of year to don your best lederhosen or dirndl, eat pretzels, and enjoy local beer. Prost!
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