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Banners sports bar at the Hub on Causeway opens today. Here’s a look inside

The crowning achievement of the 25,000-square-foot tavern: The biggest in-restaurant LED TV screen on the East Coast.

Nancy Cushman is a busy woman

Nancy Cushman and her husband, Tim, opened the lauded Japanese restaurant O Ya in 2007 and Hojoko in 2015. Recently, they opened two restaurants at Time Out Market: Gogo Ya and Ms. Clucks Deluxe Chicken & Dumplings. In New York City, they run O Ya, Covina, and the Roof at Park South. There is also an O Ya in Mexico City. Later this year, the duo will unveil Bianca at Chestnut Hill’s The Street development.

Notch Brewing to open a second location in Brighton

Notch’s second brewery, taproom, and biergarten will anchor the Charles River Speedway headquarters.

Durum pasta is bringing the North End to the North Shore

The Lynn shop opened in mid-September and ever since, people have been lining up for house-made cheese ravioli, fresh and frozen pasta, sauces, and prepared dishes.

Looking back on 50 years: A Q & A with Rachael Ray

In “Rachael Ray 50: Memories and Meals from a Sweet and Savory Life,” Ray looks back over her first five decades with essays and recipes focused on themes that are important to her: family, friends, and work.


Yasso wants to be your snack buddy

The Quincy-based company, known for turning out tasty frozen Greek yogurt products, recently released a line of new kid-sized frozen treats.

It’s Gastropod’s fifth birthday (and that’s practically 100 in podcast years)

The popular and eye-opening podcast series looks at food through the lens of science and history.

Artisanal Maine tofu you can now get in Massachusetts

For years, Heiwa Tofu was hard to find outside of Maine.

Logan Airport is elevating its dining options: Boston Public Market to open in Terminal C

The new 6,000-square-foot branch offers fresh food from Massachusetts and New England for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Boozy milkshakes, floats, and spritzers are now offered at OddFellows in Chestnut Hill

A popular ice cream shop in Chestnut Hill is about to get a bit more fun — for adults, anyway.

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Rochambeau opens, and Hub Hall names more names

Restaurant news you can use.

You can’t go wrong with potatoes, but here’s how to pick the right ones

It seems impossible to think of an ingredient that shows up in more places around the world in more variations than the potato. In terms of universal adoration, the potato might be as good as it gets.

A fine seafood restaurant, hidden in the weeds

Chris Parsons is a talented seafood chef, probably one of the city's best. He ran Catch for years in Winchester. I loved his follow-up, Parsons Table, which served a trout dish I remember vividly nearly a decade later. He has long promised to open Catch's second coming in a more-central location, and now here it is.