Erin Kuschner, Boston.com

Erin Kuschner

Boston.com

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent:
  • Boston.com
Past:
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Time Out New York

Recent articles by Erin:

Third Cliff Bakery opens its first brick and mortar in Jamaica Plain

After years of popping up at farmers' markets, Meg Crowley has found a permanent home for her bakery. → Read More

Giacomo’s South End location has temporarily closed after a positive COVID-19 test

"Safety has and will always be our number one priority and we look forward to welcoming you back when we re-open," read a sign on the door. → Read More

Sweet relief: Here are 5 new ways to get your sugar fix this fall

These candy shops, pop-ups, and bakeries are exactly what we need right now. → Read More

The Holy Donut, a beloved doughnut destination in Portland, will close its Old Port outpost

Grab one more potato doughnut before the Exchange Street shop shutters on October 19. → Read More

This weekend: Grab a passport to the Great American Beer Festival

Plus, the food news you may have missed this week. → Read More

Not closed, not quite open: These local restaurants are hibernating for the winter

Warmer weather — and a potential vaccine — might see these places reopening in the spring. → Read More

House of Siam will close its Tremont location this weekend

The Thai restaurant's last day is Saturday. → Read More

10 things to do in Boston this weekend

BosTen is your weekly guide to events and cool happenings in and around Boston. → Read More

Café Beatrice opens this weekend with decadent sticky buns and sourdough pan pizza

It took two years, but the all-day cafe is finally here. → Read More

Atlántico opens this week with Spanish and Portuguese fare

The South End restaurant launches with tapas, paella, and plenty of sherry. → Read More

Taqueria el Barrio has found a new home at Time Out Market

The taqueria will reopen October 14 in the Fenway. → Read More

Boston.com readers share their favorite picks for Halloween candy

Hint: Jolly Ranchers are definitely not No. 1. → Read More

This weekend: Find shakshuka, Venezuelan sticky buns, and build-your-own Bloody Marys at these new brunch spots

Plus, the food news you may have missed this week. → Read More

Servia will open downtown with Eastern Mediterranean breakfast and lunch

Kebabs, moussaka, and meze mixes are coming to downtown's historic Cunard Building. → Read More

Let us know: What’s your favorite Halloween candy?

Because we're not giving up on Halloween just yet. → Read More

10 things to do in Boston this weekend

BosTen is your weekly guide to events and cool happenings in and around Boston. → Read More

Here’s why some restaurant owners have rejected indoor dining

"A choice between financial viability and abetting the spread of the virus is one that no business owner should have to make," said Vee Vee co-owner Kristen Valachovic. → Read More

Irish pubs The Asgard and The Kinsale have closed, at least for now

Co-owner Peter Sarmanian said they were forced to close the restaurants "and re-evaluate our future." → Read More

‘It’s time to say goodbye’: Stoddard’s Fine Food & Ale has closed

"You were once simply a thought with so many layers, so much history deeply rooted in our wonderful city," wrote co-owner Frankie Stavrianopoulos. → Read More

‘It has been a pleasure to serve you’: Chic Chick in Allston has closed

The eatery specialized in Hainanese chicken and rice. → Read More