Must be charismatic, skilled.
What would you do for a COM meal?
We're hungry, and we're happy.
Celery sorbet, Long Island cheese pumpkin soup, and so much more.
We knew all about his killer burger; we didn't know about his passion for moonshine.
The chef will teach us about the psychology of restaurants.
The Globe names memorable dishes of 2010, and their favorite burger might surprise you.
As we noted earlier, after the Harvard Science Fair a couple nights ago, top judges converged on the place: David Chang, Harold McGee, and so forth. And a mysterious guy named "John." Seems our elusive "John" is actually Wylie Dufresne's...
Who was at Craigie last night with David Chang?
Boston's Tony Maws would like it if everyone could just order fewer burgers, please.
We've got the full plan on what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers — from the country's best chefs.
Plus: boring nachos at The Friendly Toast, and cheap drinks at Dorado, all in our weekly blog roundup.
We think Tony Maws is going to have a pretty good night.
Plus: eating well in Back Bay and where to dine on lobster like a local, all in our weekly message board roundup.
A New Yorker learns what Bostonians have known for years: we live in a great city for serious drinking.