The restaurant gets a boozy infusion.
Plus a pleasant surprise in Davis Square and more, all in our weekly critics' round-up.
Plus nutty insects and more, all in our morning news round-up.
A special-occasion restaurant should feel, well, special.
Also, an authentic Irish pub is about to open in an office tower.
The restaurant gets a business-side shakeup to go with its dining-room renovations.
The Herald reports that Locke-Ober, which calls itself the Taj Mahal of Boston restaurants, will shutter until March for renovations. The 136-year-old institution will reopen with a new front bar and lounge, plus refreshed banquet areas. They'll reopen in time...
"It's been said that a visit to Boston without visiting Locke-Ober is like going to Asia and ignoring the Taj Mahal." Yes, so declares Locke-Ober's Facebook page. And while we do have a bit of fun guffawing at their, ahem,...
The latest issue of Town & Country names the world's quietest restaurants, and a few Boston spots made the list. According to T&C: L'Espalier, Locke-Ober, No. 9 Park, and Radius all offer peace and serenity. Those planning clandestine trysts, painful...
Plus: Howie Carr grows faint at Papa Razzi, and Meredith Viera hits the South End, all in our weekly celebrity dining roundup.
Plus: delighted by The Ginger Exchange, and a Peking duck rush at Chef Chang's House, all in our weekly blog roundup.
Plus: NYE at the Cactus Club, and Boston's banner year for bartending, all in our weekly blog roundup.
Plus: Richard Branson's culinary resort, and a deadly end to China's contaminated milk scandal, all in our morning news roundup.
Where the chef liked to eat and shop during her 40 years in Boston.