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New Wave North End
 When most people think of North End dining, they envision such staples as pasta, fried calamari, cannoli and loads of red sauce. If that’s what you’re craving, there’s no better place on e
Boston Accent: Farm Fresh
  Liz Morningstar, CEO of Boston Public Market, is nothing less than a grade-A foodie. As a dedicated cook, she has fostered a lifelong love of markets. In fact, she’s confessed to preferr
French Twist
 Although Kenmore Square is best known as a pre-game hangout for Red Sox fans, there’s more culture here than meets the eye. Just witness the recent opening of Josephine, Restaurant Parisien (4
Going for Gold
  “It’s a nice neighborhood restaurant with great food, killer drinks and a classy yet comfortable atmosphere,” is how Executive Chef and General Manager Evan Campbell describes Trophy
Super Mario World
 Celebrity chefs don’t come much bigger than the internationally renowned, New York-based Mario Batali, so when he opened his first Boston establishment, Babbo Pizzeria e Enoteca (11 Fan Pier B
All Fired Up
  An offshoot of popular all-you-can-eat stir-fry specialist Fire + Ice, the new downstairs eatery and bar Underfire (205 Berkeley St., 617-482-3473) brings to Boston a new take on do-it-you
Feels Like the First Time
 The latest piece of the growing restaurant empire of Boston restaurateur Nick Varano, Strip by Strega (64 Arlington St., 617-456-5300, stripbystregaboston.com) recently debuted at the Back Bay
Bivalve Bonanza
Photo: James RoseThere is no shortage of seafood in Boston, yet when it comes to truly fresh oysters, clams and the like, more is always welcome. Enter Select Oyster Bar (50 Gloucester St., 857-239-80
November 2018
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