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, what’s going, and praise of the almighty pickle.

Somebody make the agony stop. New cupcake shop Sweet is thisclose to opening its location on Mass. Ave., but still there are no lemon cupcakes to be had. Once it’s open, we expect our only exercise will be walking up the street to get our daily fix.

Speaking of tasty desserts, the Herald reports that Finale will open it fifth local restaurant sometime in November in what was the North End Martignetti’s.

The tabloid also says that the Bleacher Bar inside Fenway Park is open for business.

dbar’s patio is now open.

Chowhound users report that Brookline favorite Super Fusion Cuisine will open a second location in Watertown in the near future. If you live in Watertown, you may begin celebrating now.

South End spot Garden of Eden has closed. The Globe reports that the cafe’s owners owe thousands in back taxes.

Toast Lounge, in Somerville’s Union Square, has been renamed Precinct.

Free iced coffee day has nothing on this
It’s International Pickle Week. [via Hot, buttered and toasted] Be sure to eat the kosher dill before diving into your hamburger to honor the brined cucumber.

Vote early and often
Ron’s Gourmet Ice Cream in Hyde Park is one of four ice cream shops up for Good Morning America’s Best Scoops award. Head over to their site to vote for the local guy. [via Universal Hub]