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Cutting-Edge Cuisine

Café ArtScience executive chef Patrick Campbell reveals the art of balancing innovation and tradition

“Cooking was the only thing I ever wanted to do,” says chef Patrick Campbell.
A Shore Thing
Jody Adams may have shuttered Harvard Square’s beloved Rialto in June, but fans of her Mediterranean-inspired fare can now enjoy Porto
Smokin’ Hot
It seems inevitable that chef Andy Husbands, known for his acclaimed South End restaurants Tremont 647 and Sister Sorel, would create an eatery like his recently opened barbecue joint The Smoke Shop.
Melting Pot
Renowned local chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette have been busy expanding their restaurant empire to locales as near as New York City and as far-flung as Thailand
Pesce at the Pier
 It would seem appropriate that the North End’s newest dining destination, Il Molo (326 Commercial St., 857-277-1895, ilmoloboston.com), is located near Boston Harbor—it is, after all, a seaf
All-Day Italian
 Offering a modern take on Italian favorites, Sapóre Ristorante + Bar (606 Congress St., 617-476-5606, saporeristoranteboston.com) recently made its debut at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Ho
Raising the Bar
 Photo: Brian SamuelsSpecializing in seafood and pasta, Bar Mezzana (360 Harrison Ave., 617-530-1770, barmezzana.com) made its debut in June as the first restaurant at the luxurious Ink Block dev
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