All the News That’s Fit to Eat

Keeping track of Boston’s dining scene can feel almost as daunting as eating all the great local veggies while they’re still in season. Chowder scours the Internet for the latest good news, bad news, and what must be one of the highest-calorie diets ever.

Good News
The prix fixe fun of Restaurant Week can be had for the entire month of September at the 33 Restaurant and Lounge. The three-course menu features Beef Tartar with aioli and fried capers, Slow Roasted Salmon Confit with braised parsnip puree and smoked tomato vinaigrette, and Summer Berry Panacotta with vanilla anglaise for only $33. Diners can pair their meal with a flight of wines.

Zagat Buzz reports that the Craigie Street Bistrot’s move to Main Street in Central Square is on track for an October opening.

Sports fans heading to areas outside Red Sox Nation will be happy to know that Jerry Remy’s Bar and Grille says it will open in two weeks in this Craigslist ad.

James Hook & Co. is back at its old location, serving up seafood in a modular trailer.

Bad News
Chowhound reports that the B-Side Lounge has been sold to new owners who plan to turn the spot into a beer bar.

The appetites of Olympians
Michael Phelps eats a lot. The superstar swimmer claims he eats as many as 10,000 calories a day, which is only a few thousand less than we consumed during the opening ceremonies of the Beijing games.