New Restaurant Roundup
A slew of new restaurants have opened up in recent weeks. We haven’t yet eaten at all of ’em, but believe us: We’re trying. A few of the standouts:
- Barlow’s, a new pub in South Boston.
- Bombay Club, in its new South End location (the former home of Pho Republique—sniffle).
- East by Northeast, a noodle bar in Inman Square.
- Parish Café’s new South End outpost.
- A newly expanded Ten Tables JP.
- Café Arbri in Roslindale, serving up Albanian, Greek, and Italian fare.
And be on the lookout for more newcomers. We’re keeping an eye on these:
- Stoddard’s Fine Food and Ale, which should open the last week of January.
- Cutty’s, a Brookline Village sandwich shop, which is also aiming for a January debut.
- Battery Park Bar & Lounge, which was supposed to open in December but is still on hold.
- Chef Todd English’s new and yet-unnamed burger bar in the Theater District, set to open in late March.
- Curly Cakes, a Beacon Hill cupcake shop (also a Todd English enterprise).
- Menton, chef Barbara Lynch’s long-awaited fine dining restaurant in Fort Point. “Early 2010” is all they’ll reveal.
- Aka Bistro, coming in March from Chris Chung and Christian Touche of Clio and Uni.
- A restaurant called Whiskey Priest will take over the Seaport Bar and Grille location. It’ll be owned by the folks behind the Atlantic Beer Garden.
- The Citizen and Basho, from the Franklin Café and Douzo owners, respectively, at residential/retail complex 1330 Boylston Street. No opening date is set yet.
- Brattle House Tavern, from the owners of Grafton Street, in the old Z Square space. It’ll open sometime this spring.
- Harry’s on Harrison, a casual restaurant from the Flash’s folks.