By - 10/24/17 - 11:43 am

With Romano's in Roslindale having given up its version of poutine months (years?) ago, word reaches us that Grub in Brigham Circle is shutting down and taking its "variety of poutine options" with it.

By - 5/1/14 - 4:46 pm

What should we call this stuff?

WBZ reports some Quebec liquor store has pasted Canadiens stickers over the "Boston" on six packs of Sam Adams.

That got Jeff Israel to thinking:

Alright citizens of Boston, time to rename everything in our city named after the city of Montreal! Ok I've finished.

By - 2/15/14 - 3:20 pm

On the way back from a terrifying journey to Roche Bros. in West Roxbury (the parking lot was even more insane than usual; thoughtfully, however, the store had almost every single register open), the kidlet and I stopped at Romano's in Roslindale Square for some of their poutine.

Not bad at all. I'm no expert, but it seemed like they swapped in mozzarella balls for the cheese curds, but as I'm no expert, I think I preferred it that way, anyway.

By - 11/8/10 - 1:14 pm

MC Slim JB tackles nagging questions in a city that seems on the verge of a poutine explosion, starting with the most basic: Can a food with such lowly origins get so gussied up it becomes one of those dishes you can't believe anybody would charge so much for?

By - 9/30/09 - 12:55 pm

Amazingly, the Food Monkey finds several local places that serve the Quebec, um, delicacy that, as he acknowledges, is best eaten late at night.