Everyone will have a front row seat to the action, as the events will be broadcast across the restaurant's 76-screen wall of TVs.
The dish on sophisticated spots to celebrate your big day.
This restaurant serves up haute cuisine in casual settings.
Gloucester’s Seaport Grille offers three-course prix fixe menu for two on Valentine’s Day.
Seasonal, ingredient-focused food with a nostalgic feel at The Hotel Salem.
Chef Paul Callahan and chef Suzi Maitland join three other chefs tied to the Port City at Bar Mezzana on January 28.
Michael Zentner and Anthony Caturano will bring each restaurant’s flavorful fare to this special multi-course menu.
Authentic Spanish cuisine comes to Woburn.
Tackle the cold while keeping your resolutions with these low-calorie warm bowls.
The trio that brought The Paddle Inn to Newburyport last year is back with a second location of the popular Somerville spot.
Cozy up next to a stylish fireplace while grabbing a bite at one of these Boston-area restaurants.
Add these restaurants to your Newburyport itinerary.
Alma offers up contemporary Dominican cuisine with a twist.
Angelo Caruso prepares regional cuisine to perfection at his namesake restaurant.
Tuscan Brands to bring unique artisan Italian dining experience to booming neighborhood.
The new Gloucester spot serves up good food quickly in a location that builds community.
Chef Nick Calias puts a French twist on the traditional turkey dinner.
Paying homage to a centuries-old space, Ledger mixes colonial techniques with modern tastes.
Beauport Hotel Gloucester hosts Thanksgiving buffet and three-course prix fixe dinner.
The MET Restaurant Group brings back its widely popular hot chocolate experience and tableside s’mores to three locations with new flavors.
The Friendly Toast will arrive on October 23, providing customers with a unique dining experience from morning until night.
Visit one of these local bars to watch your favorite team this football season.
An all-new concept bringing handcrafted pizzas to the North Shore.
Featuring local fresh ingredients that capture the flavors of the season.
The new Alto Forno lavishes diners with layers of flavor.
The restaurant introduces fall inspired dishes and cocktails to its menu.
Sea Level Oyster Bar's Jennifer Normant and Mission Oak Grill's Nick Peters Bond will battle it out on Hell's Kitchen All-Stars.
This healthy eatery has been a North Shore staple for nearly 20 years, run by health and nutrition coach Robert Reid.
Treat yourself to some good Witch City eats this season at Salem Food Tours' many partners.
Enjoy all-new brunch creations and reinvented classics in the heart of historic Downtown Salem.
The team behind Boston’s Yvonne’s, Lolita Cocina, and Ruka, will open Matadora at the newly-renovated Hilton Boston-Woburn this fall.
The Bambolina team puts a personal spin on Southeast Asian flavors.
Enjoy a five-course wine dinner led by acclaimed chef Maria Sinskey of Robert Sinskey Vineyards.
Suburban restaurant opens ninth New England location.
Featuring fresh and local ingredients that capture the true essence of a New England summer.
Three local hot spots broaden options for outdoor dining.
The North Shore’s top toques offer creative takes on clam chowder.
The upscale Mexican dining destination has opened its third location.
Lively art on the walls matches the lively bar scene at Trattoria Orsini, which opened last summer in Salem.
At Tartine Kitchen & Eatery, light fare gets a European flair.
This Mexican restaurant serves dishes with a fresh, modern twist.
Two pop-ups in Salem bring new tastes to the city.
A new look and classic New England hospitality keep Legal Sea Foods on top.
Kokeshi is an Asian-influenced restaurant.
South Boston restaurant expands with new hidden lounge.
Brick & Ash creates an inviting gathering spot in Newburyport.
The latest restaurant at MarketStreet features “soul nurturing” recipes and is now open.
Doors now open at MarketStreet in Lynnfield.
Head to Ruth’s Chris for a steak cooked to perfection served in a fresh, contemporary setting.
Featuring a rotating lineup of chef/owner Anthony Caturano’s friends from the Boston area.