Food & Drink
Boston may be best known nationally for chowder and baked beans, but some of these area restaurants cook up amazing Greek food.
Whether you’re looking for a quick sandwich, a romantic candlelit dinner or one of the best cannoli in town, the North End is the spot for you.
It starts with grabbing your boo, the neighbor you’ve been stalking or that stranger you just bumped into while reading this on your phone, and heading to Boston’s 24th annual Wine Expo.
We know that the pressure is on when it comes to finding the perfect V-Day gift, so we at CBS Local E.S.P. Eat. See. Play. decided to help you out by coming up with five perfect options that’ll keep you out of the dog house for at least a few days(we’re not miracle workers here).
Whether you are looking for a fancy dinner date over oysters and martinis or want a cozy Italian feast, these spots offer a combination of quality cuisine with a calm and intimate atmosphere.
CBS’ E.S.P. has put together a list of game day essentials to secure your place as the Big Game Guru.
These bakeries north of Boston offer up some decadent and delightful cupcakes for any kind of party or just a quick snack on the go.
There are many ways to serve mussels, and these Boston restaurants have their own perfect preparations.
This is why we think, you should head to the Crystal Tea Room to raise a glass at the Hair O’ The Dog 2015 party.
There are a myriad of quality Boston restaurants in the city that claim to have some of the best lasagna around. Here are just a few of the prime suspects of primo Boston lasagna.