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If you think Bostonians are the only people loyal to their beloved pizzerias, youve got to do some border-crossing.
Contrary to myth, you need neither a bluetick hound nor a pickup truck to enjoy eating Southern barbecue. Here is a guide to 10 of New England's smokiest grills.
The recipe has many different variations but to each his or her own. In New England, there are plenty to choose from.
The delight of Irish pubs lives in the details, whether the taste of a perfectly poured pint, or the quip of another patron. Here are 10 favorites in the region.
Rescued or refurbished, serving breakfast or after the bars close, these lunch cars vintage 1907-57 still cook on all burners.
If you want to buy your sweetheart some chocolate he or she will truly appreciate chocolate prepared locally by those who make it their craft.
Much has been made of Maines local food culture. There has been a lot less hype about the ethnic restaurants, many of which serve delicious, carefully made food true to this mothers kitchen or that night market vendors street cart.
So you think you know the state of favorite and famous foods in the region? Prove yourself a New England foodie. Test your knowledge with this savory quiz, compiled by seven Globe correspondents from all around the region.
Looking for the best lobster or micro brewed beer in Portland? Learn more about this bustling seaside city.
Few food destinations are more synonymous with summer in New England than the region's countless clam and lobster shacks.
Maine's fried fish joints are delectable destinations. At these 10 coastal gems expect big portions, low prices, and homemade desserts as alluring as the catch of the day.
Winemaker's in Patagonia pick, haul, desteam, and crush grapes with their feet but still maintain their rough, isolated frontier feeling.
Every year, its said that millions try for the few thousand seats at El Bulli, for the six months its open. The odds are not in their favor.
While there's obvious choices like Legal Seafoods and Summer Shacks, here's an insider's guide to other sumptuous offerings.
If Quebec were a country, poutine (poo-TEEN) would be its national food.