A versatile writer at home in the world, but with deep New England roots, I can cover anything from Hong Kong's gin cocktail craze to classic clam chowders with flair.
Pizza Pros - Northshore Magazine - July 2016
A young performer brings theatre to disadvantaged kids.
The mixology experts at one of the best bars in the country offer their best tips for impressive drinks.
Aspen's powder and peaks entice a novice skier from New England.
The new Beauport Hotel recalls the glamour of old-school seaside resorts.
Launch a new obsession or satisfy a connoisseur's palate with Elm Square Oyster Co.'s impressive American whiskey collection. By By Jeanne O'Brien Coffey....
If you know the password, Back Alley Bacon serves up tasty takeout
Small plates of seafood are taking over local menus.
For 108 years, Zimman’s has been focused on pleasing patrons with quality merchandise at fair prices.
The hot tourist spots are as familiar to visitors from Japan as they are to denizens of Beantown. Step away from the pack with these insider tips, brought to you in collaboration with Expedia.com, to get a unique perspective on this very walkable city.
Staring down a restaurant wine list can be daunting—even the most educated enthusiast can’t know everything about every wine—especially when the list nears 1,000 bottles and reaches around the world. We asked three top North Shore wine managers to share their favorite wines for fall, and their best tips for navigating the world of wine to find your perfect tipple.
By Jeanne O'Brien Coffey. Photographs by Robert Boyd. Perhaps it's the striking scenery, overlooking the vista where the Merrimack River empties into the ......
Chef Evan Hennessey takes a few pages from the molecular gastronomy of Ferran Adria and the perfectionism of Thomas Keller and blends them with a devotion to local ingredients to come up with an experience unlike any other.
By Jeanne O'Brien Coffey. Lauren Poussard. When Dom Perignon, credited with inventing champagne, first tasted the bubbly beverage, he is rumored to have ......
When Ann Brainard wrangled parent volunteers for her kids’ school events, she always brought along a secret weapon—a buzzy elixir that was a staple in her native New Orleans but relatively unknown in New England, where she has lived for 17 years.