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Yes, Fenway’s New Food Hall Will Showcase Lobster Rolls

Yes, Fenway’s New Food Hall Will Showcase Lobster Rolls

“New“New England in a bite,” said Kathy Sidell, showing off the fried clam roll that will be on the menu at Saltie Girl’s new location at Fenway’s soon-to-open food hall, Time Out Market Boston , which debuts on June 27. The same can be said for much of Saltie Girl’s Time Out Market Boston menu, a compact collection that includes lobster rolls, fish and chips, and chowder. But there are also dishes with inspirations further afield, a nod to the wide-ranging seafood menu at Saltie Girl’s original Back Bay location. Sidell’s intimate, popular restaurant opened three years ago , […]

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Two Types of Wood-Fired Pizza Arrive in Somerville’s Union Square This Week

Two Types of Wood-Fired Pizza Arrive in Somerville’s Union Square This Week

Two varieties of pizza will spill forth into Somerville’s Union Square on Tuesday, June 25, as restaurateurs Tim and Bronwyn Wiechmann open their newest restaurant, T&B Pizza , at 251 Washington St., just a couple doors down from their neighborhood stronghold, Bronwyn . T&B is a bit of a passion project for Tim Wiechmann, who developed two different doughs for the pizzas served at T&B. When the restaurant opens Tuesday, customers will be able to choose between round, Neapolitan-style pizzas with thin, crispy crusts, and Roman-style (al taglio) pizzas that are rectangular and thick, therefore well-suited to absorbing flavor […]

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Liquid Collective Launches Sup! Organic Hard Seltzer in Boston and New York City

Liquid Collective Launches Sup! Organic Hard Seltzer in Boston and New York City

BOSTON — Emerging alcohol development firm Liquid Collective announced today plans to launch Sup! Organic Hard Seltzer, beginning its national rollout with product launches in Massachusetts and New York City. Sup!, the first hard seltzer to achieve a USDA organic certification, will reach shelves over the coming weeks in the Boston and NYC markets. “We built a product that carries the strongest quality stamp in the industry alongside a brand that sparks conversation,” said Chase Brooks, co-founder of Liquid Collective and co-founder of Boston’s Prospect Ciderworks. “Sup! is a brand that was created to speak to a broader audience […]

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Acclaimed NYC Ice Cream Shop to Bring Beer and Wine Floats to Boston

Acclaimed NYC Ice Cream Shop to Bring Beer and Wine Floats to Boston

A popular ice cream shop with four locations in New York City (and a fifth coming soon) will bring its famous ice cream and alcoholic floats to Boston. OddFellows Ice Cream Co. will open at the Street Chestnut Hill this summer, the growing chain announced today, joining the ranks of the shopping center’s many food and beverage purveyors. Run by founders Mohan and Holiday Kumar along with James Beard nominee Sam Mason (previously of Wylie Dufresne’s WD~50 ), OddFellows has made a name for itself serving over 400 creative flavors of ice cream, sorbet, and dairy-free dessert offerings. OddFellows’ […]

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Aperitivo Hour Returns to Pammy’s in Cambridge

Aperitivo Hour Returns to Pammy’s in Cambridge

Welcome back to AM Intel , a round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Summer Is for Aperitivo Hours Cambridge gem Pammy’s — an Italian-leaning restaurant that describes itself as a “New American trattoria” — is bringing back its popular aperitivo hour, starting on Monday, June 24. The restaurant will open at 4:30 p.m. daily (except Sunday, when it is closed) with antipasti specials in the lounge — think charcuterie, terrines and pates, fried scamorza, and other snacks to complement Pammy’s selection of aperitivi, cocktails, and wine (including rotating featured Lambruscos). Those on the other side […]

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The one question to ask when buying seafood, according to the founder of Red’s Best

The one question to ask when buying seafood, according to the founder of Red’s Best

Red’s Best at the Boston Public Market. –Melissa DiPalma Jared Auerbach is obsessed with fishing. The Newton native grew up near a lake but had limited experience with the ocean, only going out on a charter boat a handful of times during his childhood. Still, he said, for as long as he can remember he dreamed about catching fish, eating them, and feeding his family. After graduating from college in Colorado, Auerbach found his way onto a commercial fishing boat in Alaska, determined to learn everything he could about the industry — and he’s never turned back. In 2008, […]

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I Would Never Eat This Chowder Popsicle But I Will Defend It

I Would Never Eat This Chowder Popsicle But I Will Defend It

If there’s one thing in 2019 you can count on, it’s that there will always be a new viral food about which people online have Very Strong Opinions. Today, I’m sorry to inform you, that food is a clam chowder popsicle . Boston Magazine found the frozen treat while trawling the depths of the r/Boston subreddit , where a user posted a photo of the popsicle — apparently birthed from the unholy union of a Campbell’s can of chunky New England clam chowder, a popsicle mold, and a freezer — with the caption “Summah is here! #NewEngland #clamchowdah.” (The […]

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Go to Rockport and Eat Everything in Sight

Go to Rockport and Eat Everything in Sight

Welcome back to Food Crawls , a series in which Eater Boston staffers guide you (virtually) on various food (and booze) crawls in the Boston area. When we go out, we often find ourselves wanting to try more than one restaurant or bar at a time — a drink and a snack here, another drink and perhaps a dessert there — and want to share our favorite multi-stop combinations with you. These crawls are meant to be relatively walkable, and the amount of food and drink is meant to correspond roughly to a couple of average appetites (so bring […]

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A new cafe and bakery on Newbury Street specializes in whimsical, geometric desserts

A new cafe and bakery on Newbury Street specializes in whimsical, geometric desserts

The Apple Caramel at Jonquils Cafe & Bakery. At Jonquils Cafe & Bakery , 3D printers are just as vital as whisks and blenders. Named after a daffodil-like flower, Jonquils opened Thursday on Newbury Street with ultra-modern desserts from pastry chef Dinara Kasko. The Ukranian-born chef, who originally set out to become an architect , is known for using a 3D printer to create silicon molds that can shape cakes and other pastries into edible geometric dishes. The dessert menu includes inventive items like the Apple Caramel, an angular apple-shaped pastry that, when sliced open, reveals apple confit, soft […]

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An outdoor dining option opens at the New England Aquarium this week with an iced shellfish bar and three types of charcuterie boards

An outdoor dining option opens at the New England Aquarium this week with an iced shellfish bar and three types of charcuterie boards

Oysters at Reef Bar. –Todd Porter and Diane Cu-Porter The New England Aquarium will welcome the summer season on Thursday by opening Reef Bar, where guests can sip cocktails and munch on lobster rolls while looking out at Boston Harbor. Located on the Aquarium Plaza, the waterfront restaurant will open on June 13 with a menu featuring fresh seafood, sandwiches, and salads. Notable menu items include an iced shellfish bar and charcuterie boards in meat, plant-based, and seafood varieties. The seafood board is made up of blue fish pâté, salmon pastrami, cod brandade, and ocean kimchi, while the vegan […]

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