Leila Cohan-Miccio

  1. Lawsuits
    Blowfish Faces LawsuitThe Roslindale spot could face a forced name change.
  2. Closings
    Wisteria ShutteredThe Allston Taiwanese spot is abandoned and rife with spoiled food.
  3. Cartography
    Mike Ross’ Dream Food TrucksThe City Council president wants a La Verdad food truck.
  4. Beef
    Ball Square Breakfast War Goes to CourtMike Moccia now faces civil rights charges for his part in April’s fistfight with Yasser Mizra.
  5. Empire Building
    Patrick Lyons Makes ‘Match’In an unshocking development, Lyons has purchased yet another Back Bay spot.
  6. Openings
    Boston’s Belgian BoomSaus isn’t this fall’s only Belgian spot.
  7. Recalls
    Good News: You Can Eat Eggs!At least, you can if you shop carefully.
  8. Menus
    What to Eat at Petit Robert Central, Bringing Duck Confit Downtown Next MonthFrench classics mingle with creative fare at the fourth restaurant from Jacky Robert and company.
  9. Celebrity Settings
    Jessica Biel Parties at Cuffs; MTV Films at Umbria PrimePlus: Inside Track’s unintentional Wayans brother burn, and Buchholz’s family dinner, all in our weekly celebrity dining roundup.
  10. Water Damage
    Tough Times For Think TankThe restaurant’s flood damage is estimated at $180,000.
  11. Menus
    What to Eat at Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen, Bringing Late Night Burgers to theDaryl Settles makes his triumphant return to 604 Columbus tonight.
  12. Empire Building
    Little Q Expands to Boston ProperThe shabu shabu spot will open in Chinatown next month.
  13. Cartography
    Food Trucks Join SoWa Open MarketClover and Fillbelly’s have a new Sunday home.
  14. Menus
    What to Eat at Saus, Bringing Pommes Frites and Poutine to Faneuil HallA deep-fried egg with your Belgian waffle?
  15. Empire Building
    McKenna’s Owner Takes Over Dot C.F. Donovan’sKen Osherow plans a trendy spot for locals and destination diners.
  16. Closings
    Papa Razzi Relocating to BoucheeGoodbye (for now, at least), Bouchee.
  17. The Food Chain
    Oishii Chef Ting Yen Keeps Coming Back for the Abalone Shumai at South SeaWhen visiting his sister, Boston chef Ting San always hits up this high-end dim sum spot in San Francisco’s Sunset district.
  18. Burrito Battles
    Is the Financial District the Next Burrito Battle Site?There will soon be five burritos within a ten minute walk.
  19. Closings
    Joe V’s Moves to BrooklineBut what will take its adorable spot in the South End?
  20. Lists
    Bon Appetit Christens The Country’s Best New RestaurantsBonus for Bostonians: the mag’s September issue also features a Craigie cover.
  21. Go Sox
    Inside the World of Fenway’s HawkersBoston’s concessionaires are the best in the game.
  22. Menus
    What to Eat at BeachFire, Bringing Pulled Pork Nachos to the Cliffs of HullEnjoy a view with your BLT salad.
  23. Closings
    Goodbye, Gitlo’sThe Allston dim sum spot is no longer.
  24. Cartography
    City Hall Plaza Mobile Food Court on HorizonThe city is soliciting RFPs for a Food Truck Challenge.
  25. Speakcheesies
    Of Course There Is a Speakcheesy Beneath Howl at the MoonDown Ultra Lounge features white leather booths and two DJs.
  26. Empire Building
    Jerry Remy’s Eyes Fall RiverJust call it Jerry Remy’s manifest destiny.
  27. Openings
    North End Grocery Store Finally Coming to FruitionThe neighborhood, bereft of grocers for eight years, could get a new Stop & Shop.
  28. Openings
    Forest Hills Restaurant Row Is On the HorizonYes, you read that right.
  29. Openings
    Is Boston On the Verge of a Grilled Cheese Glut?The city has two grilled cheese openings coming soon.
  30. The Food Chain
    Tom Colicchio Loves Oishii’s Sakura-Smoked HamachiTing San explains the paternal inspiration behind his “very cool” smoked fish.
  31. TV Land
    Hell’s Kitchen: Santos Sounds OffThe Gargoyles on the Square chef dishes about Holli, the other Jason, and his next moves.
  32. Reopenings
    Cafe Casal ReopensThe Portuguese bakery is back in action after an almost year long hiatus.
  33. Openings
    Al-Wadi Readies in West RoxburyThe new Lebanese spot from the owner of Nicole’s Pizza has a name.
  34. Menus
    What to Drink at Howl at the Moon, Bringing Cocktail Buckets to the FinancialFinally, vodka by the bucket.
  35. Cartography
    Food Truck Festival: The Post-MortemReviews are mixed, but hopes are high for next year.
  36. Closings
    Goodbye, Aroa Fine ChocolateThe South End is down to one chocolate shop.
  37. Shaq Attack
    Get Ready for Summer ShaqWe have some promotion ideas for the newest Celtic.
  38. Cartography
    What to Eat at Sunday’s Food Truck FestivalWe’ve got your three-point plan for an ideal meal.
  39. Openings
    What to Expect at Abbey, Bringing Bison Bolognese to BrooklineWashington Square Tavern’s former chef and manager will open the American bistro by the end of the month.
  40. Shaq Attack
    Welcome to Boston, Shaq: Here’s Where to EatThere’s more to Boston celebrity dining than Legal Sea Foods.
  41. Empire Building
    Santarpio’s Peabody Won’t Open Until SeptemberThe pizzeria is waiting on an oven.
  42. TV Land
    Hell’s Kitchen: Guess It’s Not an All-Boston Finale After AllGoodbye, Benjamin Knack.
  43. To Market To Market?
    Boston Public Market Back to BiddingTurns out two Patrick administration officials have a past with the Boston Public Market Association.
  44. Menus
    What to Eat at Back Bay Social Club, Serving Up Shaved Watermelon SaladThe new Lyons Group spot focuses on (wait for it) upscale comfort food.
  45. Celebrity Settings
    Real World Reunion at Sonsie; Sting Slurps OystersPlus: Johnny Damon returns to the hub and Jonathan Papelbon dines al fresco, all in our weekly celebrity dining roundup.
  46. Closings
    Zaps Zips AwayThe Allston Polish spot appears to be dunzo.
  47. Empire Building
    Big Papi Eyes Boston ProperThe Ortiz-owned spot will open a second location.
  48. Celebrity Settings
    If Gwyneth Paltrow Loves Food So Much, Why Doesn’t She Love Bacon?The cleanse advocate is writing a comfort food cookbook.
  49. Openings
    Thinking Cup Brings Stumptown to BeantownOregon’s cult coffee comes to Boston at last.
  50. Closings
    Spün Spürned PermanentlyThe fro yo spot is closed for good.
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