- Arts + Culture
The Cambridge/Somerville-line foodie paradise that’s home to Bergamot, Dali and Kirkland Tap & Trotter now has a recreational cooking school as well.
The Forge Baking Co. lets the team behind Diesel and Bloc 11 make its own pastry and breads, allowing a degree of menu control it’s wanted since 2007.
Could this be what happens to all that uneaten Valentines Day chocolate? With that holiday only a week in the past, Moksa is holding a chocolate-inspired cocktail dinner Friday.
There are rumors of a Chez Henri purchase making the rounds, but a rock-solid promise of a one night Chez Henri popup Feb. 28 at Mariposa Bakery in Central Square.
Changing Porter Square’s Dubliner Pub into a Bull McCabe’s is more than a change of name. The sports bar is gone, to be replaced by a small plates restaurant emphasizing fresh ingredients.
Classically, belong to a CSA and you’ll all too often find yourself with deliveries of way more kale than you can reasonably eat. Unfortunately, that will not happen with the Somerville Chocolate CSA.
Three vacant spaces in Harvard Square will be filled by summer with largely familiar restaurants – including a brand-new one that promises to respect the three-decade legacy of its predecessor.
Harvard Square may not have needed another burger joint, but it’s hard to complain when that Shake Shack opens with a fireplace on one of the season’s coldest, snowiest days. Here’s where to find the flames all around town.
The ambiance of this Arlington restaurant is welcoming, and the staff is friendly and good – but the quality of the Chinese food is only fair.
The Cambridge Winter Farmers Market opens its third season Jan. 4, adding products, an April Art Bazaar and a $10 price match from two local businesses for customers paying with Snap/EBT cards.