Boston is known for many things — American history, innovation, championship sports, and its iconic harbor. We're here to introduce another one. Request a culinary media kit today.
Welcome to Boston's culinary revolution! Your work is instrumental in spreading a new perspective on our city's dining scene, and our team is here to help you share unique stories with the world.
David O'Donnell VP, Strategic Communications
Megan Skiles Manager, Communications and PR
From James Beard Foundation award-winning chefs to a Food & Wine "Sommelier of the Year," and family-owned farms to up-and-coming restaurateurs, we have a unique flair to share.
"Boston has long been famous for its pivotal role in American history. Less widely known is the wildly diverse and world-class culture spanning food, lifestyle and the arts its 23 colourfully distinct neighbourhoods have co-created. Treated to an insider tour by four of the…
"Under chef Ana Sortun’s steadfast guidance, this cozy eatery has earned its spot as a Cambridge mainstay over the past two-plus decades, courtesy of flavorful dishes inspired by Turkey and the broader Middle East..."
"The North End in Boston is the city's unofficial Little Italy, and it is emblematic of the enduring legacy Italian-American cuisine and culture have created..."
"Haley Fortier is the owner and operator of two of the city's most thrilling wine bars — Haley.Henry and Náthalie — which specialize in responsibly sourced, small production wines. Here the 2019 F&W Sommelier of the Year shares her highly opinionated guide to Boston..."
"While there's nothing wrong with those old-school stalwarts, Boston's restaurant scene has grown leaps and bounds, year after year. It's a testament to the city's ever-expanding palate..."
"When people think about what it means to be “quintessentially Boston,” it's often not bars, but things like Boston cream pie, Fenway Park, and Revolutionary history inevitably top the list. But let’s not forget that before it was a revolutionary act, the Boston Tea Party…
"Hot spots like South End and Seaport also bring a freshness to Beantown's dining scene, with upscale eateries and cozy nooks offering everything from the inherently Boston concepts of chef Barbara Lynch to Cambodian-French fusion..."
"That desire to experience new flavors and destinations through drink also runs through Birds of Paradise, which opened at the Charles River Speedway—a one-time horse racing track turned open-air marketplace—in Brighton last December..."
"As we see it, Boston’s vibrant food scene—including our best fine dining spots and most romantic restaurants—can go toe-to-toe with flashier cities like New York and London, but for whatever reason the Michelin Guide continues to skip our fair city..."
"From a chef serving Vietnamese- and French-inspired seafood feasts north of the city to a funky little Somerville wine bar to a homey Somali restaurant in East Boston, some of our most exciting chefs and restaurants were honored as awards season kicks off..."
"The James Beard Foundation announced its 2023 Restaurant and Chef Awards semifinalists today. Twelve Massachusetts restaurants and chefs were included in the list, which recognizes “exceptional talent in the culinary and food media industries,” according to a press release..."