Dine Out Boston is back for it’s biannual, mouth-watering reprise of unbeatable dining deals. From August 17–22 and 24–29, participating restaurants around the city offer two- and three-course prix-fixe menus showcasing the best of their kitchen.
Marjorie Druker, the mind behind the New England Soup Factory and the newly established Modern Rotisserie, is bringing the joy of wholesome cooking to New England, one soup at a time.
Dash & Dine
Whether you’ve just run 26.2 miles or you’re only there to cheer on your favorite runner, if you’re near the marathon route on Marathon Monday, you’re bound to get hungry—or thirsty. Here are a few places to feed your appetite in Boston without missing any of the action.
Chef Ron Abell makes sure Fenway crowds never go hungry
Contrary to popular belief, Fenway Park Senior Executive Chef Ron Abell does a lot more than grill hot dogs—though we’re sure he can make a mean Fenway Frank. Abell has been in charge of Fenway’s culinary operations since 2006, supervising everything from the exclusive EMC Club to the lowliest concession stand. He cooks for the owners, the players and their wives, the media, the player’s club and staffers. If you’re eating in Fenway Park, Abell has likely had something to do with it.