A weekly evening food truck event will take place every Wednesday at 5 p.m. starting June 3, featuring five food trucks and a beer garden in the Landsdowne Quad, at Pilgrim and Blanche streets.
Some people think “naco” isn’t such a nice word in Spanish – but it doesn’t seem to be any more offensive than “redneck” or “white trash,” its closest anglo equivalents, making its offensiveness more dependent on the sensitivities of an individual diner.
A seafood-focused restaurant by the prolific Michael Scelfo is on hold until he can meet with neighbors at the proposed space on the ground floor of a business building on the outskirts of Harvard Square.
Launching in March in Somerville’s Assembly Square was part of a regional expansion of at least 30 to 35 for the franchise-driven sandwich chain in the next three to five years, with four total expected for Cambridge and Somerville.
Red Sox pitcher Craig Breslow has a delicious-sounding innovation this month at Anna’s Taqueria: adding crumbled tortilla chips to a grilled steak burrito.
“Paris Under the Sea” at the Flying Zucchini Café is back Wednesday and Thursday, but you’d better have reservations.
Soy- and rice-based ice cream replacements sound like what you eat when dietary restrictions mean you can’t eat ice cream. Banana-based ice cream just sounds awesome.
After a final inspection, the sixth Clover restaurant can begin today’s free sandwich day, Thursday’s training open house and Friday’s first all-day operation.
Cambridge and Somerville chefs dominate the 2015 Boston Rising Stars Awards and walk-around tasting gala, taking place tonight at the Colonnade Hotel in Boston.
There’s a reason Pure7 chocolate is available at the honey-only Follow the Honey store in Harvard Square as well as a dozen other locations in Cambridge and Somerville: It’s made with honey instead of sugar.