The secret word is "Sal."
Plus falafel and more, all in our weekly neighborhood round-up.
Lydia Shire and Roger Berkowitz vow to get healthy.
If only it were so easy!
Say what you will, Legal's CEO loves ketchup, and he ain't too proud to say so.
They'll chat about chefs' last meals on Earth.
Will Gilson and others will also perform chef duties there.
The duo mingles at O Ya.
She's celebrating Food Network's love for her lobster pie.
Plus nutty insects and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Lydia Shire heads to the hills of Western Massachusetts for a tasty Tuscan evening.
A special-occasion restaurant should feel, well, special.
Prepare to ask questions about Boston's dining scene.
Shake-up stories swirl around Todd English, Lydia Shire, and the Oak Room.
Sometimes, chefs really do live better than the rest of us.
Eccentric genius butcher Dario Cecchini carves out time for the 'burbs.
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...
What's a hopeful chef to do if he doesn't have Todd English on speed-dial?