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Harvard Square’s Night Market Has Closed for Good

Cambridge is down a unique, affordable restaurant. After nearly five years in Harvard Square, Night Market closed after service last night for the final time. […]


Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill in Patriot Place Just Closed

Looks like you’ll have to fill up your red Solo cups elsewhere. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, Foxboro’s giant country music venue […]

Manoa Poke Shop's Ahi Classic bowl

Manoa Poke Will Close This Week after Two Years in Somerville

A couple years after poke—Hawaii’s favorite marinated seafood snack—first caught on here in Boston, the area’s most authentic poke stop is closing for good. Manoa […]


Chef Mary Dumont’s Restaurant Cultivar Has Closed

2019 is only a week old, but already proving merciless to Boston foodies. New Year’s Eve marked the last hurrah for beloved restaurants L’Espalier, Shepard, and Erbaluce; historic […]

(L to R) Owner René Becker and executive chef Scott Jones at Shepard

The Most Important End-of-2018 Restaurant Openings and Closings You May Have Missed

For many people, a new year brings opportunities for self-reflection, goal-setting, and starting fresh—and that goes for local restaurants, too. From a few notable closures at […]

Chef Frank McClelland at L'Espalier

Back Bay’s Legendary L’Espalier is Closing

Its current, 40th year will be the last for one of Boston’s best (and longest-running) restaurants. L’Espalier hosts its final service on Dec. 31, as the Back […]

munch mobile kitchen closing

Munch Mobile Kitchen Is Closing for Good

After a five-year run, one of Boston’s best food trucks is calling it quits. Munch Mobile Kitchen is closing for good at the end of […]

Tealuxe in Harvard Square

Tealuxe Is Also Closing After Years in Harvard Square

Pour one out for another Harvard Square mainstay. The original Tealuxe will close this month for good, after 19 years in Cambridge, the Harvard Crimson […]


After 10 Years in Harvard Square, Crema Café Is Closing

One of Harvard Square’s most beloved independent institutions is closing by the end of the year. Crema Café will close for good on December 17, […]


Papa Gino’s Suddenly Closed Dozens of New England Locations

UPDATE, 11 a.m.: Papa Gino’s has confirmed to the Boston Globe that it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Parent company PGHC Holdings Inc. shuttered about […]

Blue Monday specials at YO! Sushi

Yo! Sushi in the Seaport Has Closed

Just more than two years to the day after opening in the Boston Seaport, Yo! Sushi has closed for good. It was a kaiten restaurant, or […]

KO Pies at the Shipyard patio photo provided / Sam Jackson headshot by Calloway Photo

KO Pies Might Close Next Year as Sam Jackson Plans to Leave Boston

On October 26, 2010, the onset of early sunsets and frigid, dark mornings in Boston was tempered by a little taste of Australia when KO […]

Harvest Co-Op Market in Jamaica Plain

Harvest Co-Op Will Close Both Boston-Area Stores This Month

It’s time to use any Harvest Co-Op gift cards you might be hoarding: Both natural food markets in Cambridge and Jamaica Plain will close within […]

Brunch at Tupelo in Inman Square

Tupelo Will Close for Good This Weekend

After nearly a decade of bringing an unpretentious taste of New Orleans to Cambridge, Tupelo is closing its doors after service on Sunday, Oct. 7. […]

KO Pies in South Boston

The Original KO Pies In South Boston Has Officially Closed

While South Boston has been without its own Australian meat pie shop since the spring, KO Pies made it official today: It has closed for […]