Boston is a world-class culinary destination. Foodies will enjoy succulent seafood, scrumptious sweets, and ethnic enclaves with eclectic menus. For the social foodie, shared plates and tapas options are aplenty. For the experiential foodie, market tours, wine tastings and cooking classes showcase Boston’s unique culinary characteristics.

Food, Beer & Wine Events

Live Music Sundays Apr 14

Live Music Sundays

Every Sunday we have live music in the Taproom! Whether its our resident artist, The Lighthouse Route, or a new find, you can…

Lola 42's Sushi Sundays Apr 14

Lola 42's Sushi Sundays

If your ideal comfort food is endless amounts of top grade sushi, LoLa 42 is about to be your go-to Sunday Funday destination…

Prime Rib Feature Apr 14

Prime Rib Feature

Join us at Rare Steakhouse every Thursday and Sunday for a special prime rib dinner featuring your choice of the full or signature…

The Original Brew Tour Apr 14

The Original Brew Tour

Taste up to 16 different local craft beers (only with all-inclusive ticket) around Boston while enjoying a deliciously paired meal…

Tours at City Winery Apr 14

Tours at City Winery

Winery Tours provide guests with an exclusive urban winery experience. You'll tour our facilities while learning about the…

Marathon Afterparty Apr 15

Marathon Afterparty

Raise a pint of 26.2 Brew to all the runners that logged 26.2 miles! Celebrate in the Beer Garden with live music, pop-up food…

The Lineup Food Hall Apr 15

The Lineup Food Hall

The Lineup is Boston's newest food hall, a restaurant collection curated by Chef & Restaurateur John Fraser. Flanking The…

Taco Tuesdays Apr 16

Taco Tuesdays

Join us every Tuesday for your favorite tacos for as little as $4. Pink Taco isn’t just another taco joint—it’s sacred ground. You…

Vino + Vintage Apr 17

Vino + Vintage

Join us on Wednesday, 4/17 for our Vino + Vintage Market! Discover unique finds & upcycled clothing while enjoying a wine…

Haymarket Apr 19


Open All Year Every Friday - 3:00AM - Close Every Saturday - 4:00AM - Close As one of America’s oldest open air markets, Boston’s…

Chris Lengyel Magic Apr 21

Chris Lengyel Magic

Come join us for beer and a magic show! Chris Lengyel Magic will be joining us on his I.P.A (Illusion Plus Alcohol) Tour this…

Prisoner Wine Dinner Apr 25

Prisoner Wine Dinner

Join us on Thursday, April 25 from 6.30pm, and indulge in an exquisite, five course tasting menu filled with flavors of the…



Join us for our monthly Hospitality & Retail Industry Night every 1st Monday of the month. From 5-9pm, enjoy specials on food…

Boston Pizza Festival Jun 22

Boston Pizza Festival

Come to the largest Pizza Festival in the nation! This year's Boston Pizza Festival has free entry! Pizza stands will be accepting…

Foodie Deals

Fratelli Rush Hour

Skip the traffic and spend rush hour at Fratelli with a four-course meal from 4–6 p.m. every Monday through Thursday. For…

Lola 42's Sushi Sundays

If your ideal comfort food is endless amounts of top grade sushi, LoLa 42 is about to be your go-to Sunday Funday destination…

Taco Tuesdays

Join us every Tuesday for your favorite tacos for as little as $4. Pink Taco isn’t just another taco joint—it’s sacred ground. You…

Wine Wednesdays

Join us each week for Wine Wednesdays! Enjoy a select wine paired with 6 oysters for $25 Learn more here

The Fogo $44

Savor our signature cuts, including tender picanha or fraldinha and explore seasonal salads at our market table. Indulge in…


Boston’s diverse neighborhoods offer delectable delights for discerning palates. Explore the North End, Boston’s oldest neighborhood, where authentic Italian restaurants and cafes line every street.  When dinner ends, don’t miss out on a delicious cannoli or scoop of gelato. Join a guided tour, complete with tastings, with North End Market Tours or Yummy Walks.  

The bistros and tapas restaurants of the South End are ideal spots for social diners; the steakhouses of Back Bay are capital indeed; millennials will love the brasseries and craft brews offered across Cambridge and Somerville, and the emergent Seaport District is home to Boston’s newest dining digs. 

Off The Beaten Path Food Tours

Explore Boston neighborhoods with us on our guided tours while eating delicious foods at local, independent businesses and learning about the history of the area. We offer award winning Food…

Yummy Walks

Yummy Walks offers fun and delicious walking, food tasting, and discovery tours. We highlight off the beaten path Mom and Pop establishments that locals frequent as well as iconic eateries…

Boston Public Market

The Boston Public Market is an indoor, year-round market offering fresh, locally sourced food from over 35 New England farmers, fishermen, and food purveyors, including produce, meat, eggs…


Boston and seafood are peas in a pod, and here you will find all the staples – lobster rolls, fried clams, you name it! Looking for a savory cup of clam chowder?  Head to one of Boston’s Legal Sea Foods locations. 


Historic haunts such as the Union Oyster House, America's oldest restaurant,  and Cheers Beacon Hill, the inspiration for the setting of the TV series of the same name, offer a singular Boston experience. 

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Boston Public Market, Quincy Market, and Eataly

A short walk from the North End is Boston Public Market, New England’s first and only sustainable, year-round, locally-sourced market.  The Boston Public Market is an amazing emporium of regional produce, dairy, seafood, and craft breweries.  The Kitchen at Boston Public Market features weekly cooking classes and chef demonstrations. Nearby is Quincy Market, where scores of food vendors offer regional and international cuisine for folks on the go. You can find authentic Italian cuisine without a passport at Eataly.  Located in the Prudential Center, Eataly is an extensive marketplace of fresh food, restaurants, and educational experiences.

Time Out Market Boston and High Street Place

And more culinary destinations are on the horizon!   Now occupying the ground floor of the historic 401 Park Drive building near Kenmore Square, the newly opened Time Out Market Boston showcases the city's best chefs and restaurateurs, craft beer and cultural offerings, all handpicked by Media Group Time Out's editors. High Street Place is a newly opened food hall coming located at the atrium connecting 160 Federal St. and 100 High St. in downtown Boston.