28 Degrees Improves; Where to Get Boston’s Best Sushi

28 Degrees chef William Kovel
28 Degrees chef William Kovel Photo: CBH Communications

• Now that William Kovel is at the helm, the food at 28 Degrees is “worth another look.” [Chowhound]
Previously: What to Eat at William Kovel’s 28 Degrees

• Is Boston’s best sushi at the original Oishii? [Yelp]

• Chelsea’s New Bridge Cafe remains the “gold standard” of Massachusetts steak tips. [Chowhound]

• Lime rickeys from Brigham’s (RIP) are were one of the great New England treats. [Yelp]

Antico Forno is a good spot for tourists who are looking for something non-touristy. [Chowhound]