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Ames Street Deli and Study (Recently Merged as ‘Study at Ames’) Closed

Bad news for Ames Street Deli fans. As of Tuesday, July 12, the popular Cambridge spot has closed for the foreseeable future. A note posted out […]

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River Gods Has Closed for Good

The Central Square nightlife scene is down one truly unique spot: River Gods has just said its final farewell. Farewell, from River Gods: pic.twitter.com/u0sko7qz4V — River Gods (@rivergodsonline) […]

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[UPDATE] Bee’s Knees Supply Company Closes in Allston

UPDATE, July 6, 4 p.m.: Like a jar of artisanal caramel sauce, the plot thickens. @BeesKneesSupply deleted the tweet saying it closed its Allston store for […]

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Ribelle Will Shutter After Service Tonight

Ribelle accomplished quite a bit in just three short years: The Washington Square restaurant earned a rare, four-star review from the Boston Globe, a Best […]

Zebra's Wine Bar
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Zebra’s Bistro & Wine Bar Will Shutter to Make Way for a New Concept

The fine dining landscape in Boston has been shedding its white tablecloths and tasting menus this year—we said goodbye to Clio and hello to an […]

51 Lincoln
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51 Lincoln Will Serve Its Final Meal on Saturday

Chef and restaurateur Jeffrey Fournier has not seen the bottom line improve at 51 Lincoln since filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in April, so he’s […]

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Rialto Is Actually Closing This Month, Not Just Losing Jody Adams

What would Rialto look like without chef Jody Adams? This was a question Boston diners were asking last month after she announced her impending departure, but […]

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Newton Native’s Dorm Room ‘Restaurant’ to be Shut Down by Columbia University

The dorm room dinner club Pith is leaving Columbia University later this month along with its founder, Jonah Reider. The Newton native is graduating, and Pith […]

Wan's Deli in Allston
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Wan’s Deli Shutters in Allston

Al Niles accidentally developed a mass following among college kids in the Mission Hill area at Wan’s Deli & Convenience store, with his gigantic Deathwich, Witch Doctor, […]

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Boloco Shutters Cleveland Circle Location After 18 Years

Boloco has closed its location in Cleveland Circle after 18 years and more than 2 million burritos served, by the local chain’s estimates. In a post this […]

Wulf's Fish sign
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Wulf’s Fish Market to Close as Company Amps Up Wholesale

Some bittersweet news for seafood fans: Wulf’s Fish is closing its landmark Brookline market after 90 years, and transitioning its focus to wholesale. Wulf’s is opening […]

Playska
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Playska Shutters After Less Than Six Months

Tim and Bronwyn Wiechmann developed the concept for their fast-casual, Eastern European-inspired third concept, Playska, over several months of “prototype nights” at their home base, Bronwyn. But […]

Lineage Restaurant
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Lineage to Close August 1

Chef Jeremy Sewall is saying goodbye to the first restaurant where he showcased his New England roots as a restaurateur: Lineage will close its doors […]

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Harvard Square Fast-Casual Chains Shutter, Relocate as Construction Starts

UPDATE, April 5, 1 p.m.: Clover has reopened at 1326 Mass. Ave. PREVIOUSLY: Lunch time in Harvard Square is going to look pretty different in the […]

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Panera Shutters in Harvard Square to Make Way for a New Tatte Bakery

UPDATE, October 3: Tatte’s newest location opens in Harvard Square tomorrow morning at 7 a.m., Scout Cambridge reports. It’s the growing local bakery chain’s largest […]