Chef Richmond Edes is Redefining Fine Dining at The Red Lion Tavern

By Maria Allen Photography by Lisa Czech Whether sourcing fresh ingredients or ensuring that each dish is perfectly plated, Chef Richmond Edes is always striving for excellence. A Scituate resident who previously worked at acclaimed Boston restaurants like Clio, No. 9 Park, and Menton, Edes now serves as the executive chef at the Tavern at … Read more

Skillet Sensations

Food blogger Shawn Williams explains his love for cast iron pans and shares a few of his favorite recipes. By Maria Allen Portrait by Kjeld Mahoney Food photography and recipes by Shawn Williams Scituate resident Shawn Williams received his first cast iron pan about 10 years ago, as a hand-me-down. “It was given to me … Read more

Spirit of Success

A mother-daughter team from Hingham is shaking up New England’s craft liquor industry with their boutique brand of high-quality vodka, VELO. Written by Laura DeSisto Photography by Kerry Brett Some of the most successful products are created to fill a void. Such was the case with the new local spirit, VELO Vodka. In 2018, Hingham … Read more

Dining Delights

Winter is a great time to visit the South Shore’s hottest new restaurants. We recently checked out 10 new dining spots you won’t want to miss. Written by Kellie Speed The Winsor House at Island Creek Oyster Farm  390 Washington St., Duxbury  781-934-0991 TEAM: Island Creek Oysters owner Skip Bennett made Duxbury synonymous with … Read more

Slices of Life

Move over, New York and Neapolitan pizza lovers: South Shore bar pizza is spreading across the nation. Written by Dave Kindy This is not your Noni’s pizza. At a distance, it might look Italian, but the hot, steamy delicacy served at the local pub is actually a hybrid. Cooked up locally some 70 years ago, … Read more

Brewery News

The South Shore’s craft beer scene is continuing to expand. Here’s the buzz you need to know.  By Ann Luongo Break Rock Brewing  Break Rock Brewing opened to the public on March 3, 2022, becoming Quincy’s only craft brewery and taproom, and one of only a handful of oceanfront breweries in Massachusetts. With accordion windows, … Read more

The Art of Afternoon Tea

Written by Jennifer H. McInerney Photography by Kate Rogan When strolling down Court Street in Plymouth, visitors now come upon a sight they’ve probably never encountered in America’s Hometown before: a gleaming red replica of a traditional British telephone booth. This seemingly out-of-place “phone box” fits right in on the sidewalk outside Shelly’s Tea Rooms, … Read more

Culinary Game Changer

Bringing city flair to Hingham, NOMAI impresses diners with an inviting atmosphere and innovative menu of Asian-inspired New American dishes. By Maria Allen Photography by Derrick Zellmann Brian Moy, Owner NOMAI Sipping on tiny cups of sake beneath the sunset-red canopy of a convincingly lifelike Japanese maple tree, guests dining at NOMAI in Hingham can’t … Read more