All the News That’s Fit to Eat

Keeping track of Boston’s dining scene can feel almost as daunting as scoring a table outside on a sunny day. Chowder scours the internet for the latest news on what’s coming, what’s going, and still more trends in food-related burials.

Local favorite Davio’s is getting ready to hire staff for its new location at Patriot Place in Foxboro, according to a listing on Boston Restaurant Jobs. The Foxboro location is set to open in July.

Any restaurant that serves all-you-can-eat meat is OK with us, although we are sad to hear that new Brazilian barbecue joint Rodizio in Somerville doesn’t serve alcohol. That plate of steak isn’t going to wash itself down.

We’re happy to report that Sweet on Mass. Ave. is finally open. We’ve started buying our pants a size larger to accommodate our lemon cupcake belly.

Boston Public, housed in the soon-to-be-departed Louis Boston, has closed due to “financial problems,” the Globe reports.

Eat Green
Nebo in the North End has unveiled an homage to the Celtics as they continue their run for the championship. According to a press release, rookie Glen “Big Baby” Davis has developed his own pizza for the restaurant.

“[The Big Baby pizza] features homemade hot sausages, shrimp, roasted red peppers, white onions, fresh mozzarella cheese and red sauce.”


Alas, poor Dr. Fredric J. Baur, we knew him well
The man who invented Pringles’ signature container has died. He was cremated and buried in a Pringles can. For the record, we’d love to spend the afterlife in a sour cream and chive can.