Restaurant guide hits store shelves

The latest edition of "Where to Eat" (Spring/Summer 2005) is now on sale at supermarkets, bookstores and drugstores across greater Boston. The glossy restaurant guide features menus from the city's top dining destinations and caterers plus a preview of the upcoming "Where to Drink" compilation with an assortment of locally famous cocktail recipes.

And now, thanks to a new electronic version, you won't have to wait six months before enjoying the next edition of the biannual compendium of menus and trends. "Where to Eat" will launch a monthly online magazine on July 1 that will deliver to your inbox all the newest restaurant information from around town. Sign up at or call Where to Eat at 617-423-2462.

Boston Herald, June 22, 2005

Go Behind Bars

The most recent edition of the semiannual "Where to Eat" guide to Boston restaurants comes with a twist: a "Where to Drink" insert featuring 50 cocktail recipes from some of the city's top mixologists.

"After being in restaurants and dining for so many years; we realized that what's going on behind the bars is just as interesting as what's going on in the kicthen," said "Where to Eat" publisher Jill Epstein.

"Where to Drink" comes free with each purchase of "Where to Eat" ($7.95), but is also available on its own ($3.99).

Both publications are available at major bookstores, area supermarkets and on

Boston Herald, Wednesday November 30, 2005