When you have food like a Bacon and Bleu cheese burger served on a pretzel bun, or a hand tossed Shrimp Scampi Pizza, it’s easy to see why you can’t go wrong.
Never before has Phantom featured a restaurant that specializes in nothing but salad.
In the shadow of the Citgo sign, right down the road from Fenway Park, is a great neighborhood bar that serves gooey grilled cheese stuffed with crunchy potato chips, a juicy half-pound burger stacked with gourmet toppings, and the best pina colada north of the Caribbean.
The Phantom Gourmet conducted a taste test of four brands of jalapeno-flavored potato chips.
Phantom Gourmet is in search of great clam chowder.
More chefs and restaurateurs are heading to the suburbs because the rents are lower.
They say that you eat with your eyes first, and at Waban Kitchen in Newton, you most certainly will. Their eye-catching cuisine is created by two chefs who got their start as artists.
It’s one of the coolest new spots to eat and drink in downtown Boston, combining old-school dishes with a new, trendy twist.
Providence, Rhode Island may be the capital of the smallest state, but it’s a big time restaurant city.
Sheeting and filling. Folding and forming. Cutting, cooking and serving. Pasta just doesn’t get any fresher than at Prides Osteria.