The sophisticated yet funky new eatery features a raw bar that is only the beginning of what the casual, eclectic menu has to offer. Read more.
When rustic and industrial meet French-style finesse, good things happen, most of the time, at this new kind of brasserie. Read more.
Robert Grant has recently stepped into The Blue Room’s kitchen, hoping to revamp the menu, starting with the wine list. Read more.
No need for added bells and whistles at this inventive new Cambridge restaurant that caters to visiting and local foodies alike with unpretentious, fresh, and local food. Read more.
The gastropub has more than 100 craft brews on draft and special glassware for each, targeting the same beer-geek clientele as nearby bars Lord Hobo and Cambridge Brewing Company. Read more.
This funky new Kendall Square spot may appear to be all show with its stylish décor as the initial main attraction, but the substantial eats certainly measure up. Read more.
The location may have changed, but chef Peter McCarthy’s cuisine keeps diners on their toes with his plates featuring a variety of jumbled influences from Korean to Indian and everything in between. Read more.
The Spanish-style small plates restaurant rounds out the newbies opening in the area, sporting a menu fully stacked with sangria on tap. Read more.
Hungry Mother brings southern charm to a high-tech hub with its comfort foods galore. Read more.
Somerville’s Redbones has taken the next step toward citywide barbecue domination with fresh-from-the-smoker basics done mostly right. Read more.