All the News That’s Fit to Eat
Keeping track of Boston’s dining scene can feel almost as daunting as finding an outdoor table on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Chowder scours the internet for the latest news on what’s coming and the latest way to die as you lived.
The Daily Grill, a chain with a meat-and-potatoes menu, has opened in the Prudential Center.
Daily Grill neighbor Haru is now accepting reservations for its outdoor seating.
Last week we told you that the Beehive’s outdoor dining would open on Saturday, but the South End hotspot has delayed the opening until May 24 due to, “unforeseen construction issues.”
Mexican fans rejoice—Chowhound reports that Angela’s Cafe in Eastie now has a liquor license, and will start serving alcohol sometime next week.
Cupcake fanatics in Somerville will soon have a new place to buy milk to wash down their sweet treats. The Dairy Bar will open next door to Kickass Cupcakes in Davis Square, and will offer milk, cheese, and other dairy-based delights.
Brookline is getting barbecue. Chowhound reports that the owners of the Publick House will open Roadhouse Barbecue in the old Vinny T’s location on Beacon Street sometime this summer.
Off to the eternal drunken slumber
Boston MenuPages reports on an Illinois man who bought a coffin that’s shaped like can of PBR. Personally, we’d prefer to be buried in a can of Narragansett, but that’s one guy who believes in brand loyalty.