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A tray of crinkle fries, burgers, and chicken sandwiches at Shake Shack
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Weekly Digest: Shake Shack Opens Downtown, Plus More Must-Know Food News

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the restaurant news stories you need to know […]

Guy Fieri's Tequila Cocina bar dining
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Here’s Your First Look at Guy Fieri’s Tequila Cocina and Big Night Live in Boston

Take the train to Flavortown: Guy Fieri’s Tequila Cocina opens for dinner on Thursday, Oct. 31 at the Hub on Causeway. It’s Boston’s first Guy Fieri […]

A fresh beer sits on the bar at Brato Brewhouse in Brighton
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Brighton Has a New Spot for Sausages, Beer, and Lobster Rangoon Grilled Cheese

Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen is a beer-driven restaurant concept that was fermented over the course of 400 pop-up events—and now it’s settled down in Brighton. […]

Fried chicken at Pollo Club in Waltham
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The Moody’s Team Hatches Fried Chicken-Fueled Pollo Club in Waltham

The newest restaurant on Waltham’s “restaurant row” celebrates a universal pleasure on its menu: Fried chicken rules the roost at Pollo Club. The latest from […]

Distraction Brewing Company taproom
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Distraction Brewing Company Is Finally Open in Roslindale

Nearly two years since the residents of Roslindale learned they would get a brewery to call their very own, Distraction Brewing Company is now in […]

Cosmica tacos and drinks
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The South End Scores More Tacos and Tequila at the Soon-to-Open Cósmica Mexican Eatery & Bar

UPDATE, February 5: At long last, Cósmica opens for its first night of service on Thursday Feb. 6. To start, it will serve dinner beginning […]

Banners Kitchen & Tap opens October 15
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Five New and Noteworthy Reasons to Dine Out This Week in Boston

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the five restaurant news stories you need to […]

Black Sheep Bagel Cafe Cambridge bagel sandwiches and coffee
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Where to Fill Up on Awesome Bagels around Boston Right Now

It wasn’t long ago that Boston was basically bereft of good bagels, but thankfully, those days are well behind us. Thanks to local pioneers like Cambridge’s […]

Greek Street Time Out swordfish
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Saloniki Offshoot “Greek Street” Opens at Time Out Market Boston

Another big name is headed for the Fenway’s new food hall: Chef Jody Adams and her Saloniki partners, Eric Papachristos and Jon Mendez, will debut […]

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Banners Kitchen & Tap Will Have a Cocktail Program of Champions

From Bobby Orr’s iconic goal in the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals to Kevin Garnett’s 2008 rallying cry as confetti rained around him, Causeway Street has seen […]

Pazza on Porter is a new Italian-American restaurant in East Boston from a team that knows the genre
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Here Are the Menus at Pazza on Porter in East Boston

A duo well-versed in the Italian-American genre is about to reinvigorate a longtime restaurant location in East Boston. Pazza on Porter officially opens on Friday, […]

Manoa Poke menu
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Manoa Poke Is Back in Business at Its Somerville Shop

Good news for fans of fresh seafood, crispy fried chicken, and aloha vibes: The Boston area’s most authentic poke shop has returned to Somerville. Eight […]

Pink Taco's restaurant in Boston opens in early October
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Infamously Named Pink Taco Restaurant Opens in Boston in October

A chain-Mexican restaurant called [deep breath] Pink Taco [SIGH] is about to open in Fort Point, the East Coast debut of the Las Vegas-born biz. But wait, there’s more: This […]

Trillium Fenway interior
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First Look at the Sun-Soaked Trillium Brewing Taproom in the Fenway

UPDATE, Oct. 23, 5 p.m.: At long last, Trillium Fenway starts pouring pints on Thursday, Oct. 24. On tap is Riverway IPA, the latest in Trillium’s […]

Steak tartare at Woods Hill Pier 4
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The 10 Most Anticipated Fall 2019 Restaurant Openings around Boston

The leaves are changing colors, the students are back in town, and new Orange Line trains are finally hitting the tracks—it’s fall, Boston. With a new season comes a whole […]