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Forthcoming Brookline Tea House Claims Big Hires

Backbar fans will recognize Joe Cammarata and Sam Treadway at Gen Sou En Tea House, opening early next year Two familiar faces from Boston’s cocktail scene are joining the team behind a forthcoming tea house in Brookline’s Coolidge Corner. Show More Summary

Our Fathers Delicatessen Brings Piles of Pastrami to Lower Allston Today

This Jewish deli is the latest from the folks behind Tasty Burger This week has been a good week for deli-loving Bostonians. Yesterday, a second Moody’s location arrived, and today is opening day for Our Fathers Delicatessen — the latest...Show More Summary

Oisa Ramen Fills Downtown Boston With Noodles Soon

Guests are encouraged to “own your slurp” Moe Kuroki launched a ramen pop-up two years ago when she was missing the food of her hometown, Fukuoka, Japan. She started Oisa Ramen with a focus on tonkotsu ramen, the local favorite of Fukuoka,...Show More Summary

Newton’s Newest Bakery Overflows With Honey Cake and Pastries

Prelude Bakery is now open As the weather turns cold, there’s a new bakery in Newton serving up warm baked goods: Prelude Bakery is now in operation at 140R Adams St., near Tommy Doyle’s, West Street Tavern, and Sangria Restaurante. Prelude opened at the end of November, according to owner Edik Nikogosyan, reached at the bakery on Monday. Show More Summary

Moody’s Delicatessen Now Open in Back Bay

Acclaimed Waltham charcuterie shop expands to Boston proper Moody’s Delicatessen officially opened at 500 Boylston St. in Boston’s Back Bay today, a new location for the growing Waltham-based empire that includes the acclaimed original...Show More Summary

East Coast Grill Is Gone for Real

The beloved Cambridge restaurant will reopen as Highland Fried on December 15 East Coast Grill (1271 Cambridge St., Inman Square, Cambridge) has closed for real this time. This weekend’s brunch — the restaurant’s final service under the East Coast Grill name — marked the end of an era. Show More Summary

French-Canadian Food in an Iconic Kendall Square Space

On Café du Pays, opening a new restaurant where a beloved old restaurant once stood, and New England’s French-Canadian roots Opening one restaurant and having that restaurant become a success is difficult business. Opening multiple restaurants and having all of those restaurants become successes is harder still. Show More Summary

Top Stories of the Week: Eater Awards Winners; Hot New Restaurants; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston's most-read stories Boston’s Eater Awards Winners 2017: The restaurants, chefs, and taprooms that made the city run wild this year. The Hottest Restaurants in...Show More Summary

The Critics Ate Loco Moco and Roast Beef This Week

At Momi Nonmi and Skampa Not ‘Just Drinking Food’ MC Slim JB visits the new Momi Nonmi in Cambridge’s Inman Square for this week’s Improper Bostonian review. It’s meant to be an izakaya, or a boozy Japanese gastropub, so Slim startsShow More Summary

Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Boston

From hotel brunches to seafood spreads This holiday season, let Boston’s restaurants do all the work. While many restaurants are closed for Christmas Day, various spots around the city will be in full swing, offering brunch, breakfast, and/or dinner. Show More Summary

Sushi Kappo Is Days Away From Filling Fenway With Sushi Burritos and Ramen

Introducing a shiny new sibling for Somerville’s Ebi Sushi A Somerville sushi spot is about to add a sibling restaurant in Fenway, and there will be plenty of trendy food items on the menu. Sushi Kappo plans to open its doors Sunday,...Show More Summary

Eat Cones of Coffee-Infused Chocolate Mousse at George Howell (and More Updates)

A new La Colombe, art made on a tortilla press, and other news bites Welcome back to Morning Briefing, an almost-daily round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Chocolate Mousse Cones Want to eat coffee-infused dark chocolateShow More Summary

Trillium Garden at Roslindale Substation Opens Today

The building had been largely vacant for almost half a century Trillium Garden at Roslindale Substation opens tonight, December 7, according to a post on Trillium Brewing’s Twitter account for the Garden; find it at 4228 Washington St. Show More Summary

La Colombe Arrives in Boston’s Seaport Tomorrow

With free draft latte cans for all customers A Philadelphia-born coffee house that opened its first location in Boston last year will add another tomorrow. La Colombe opens at the One Seaport development (29 Northern Ave.) on Friday,...Show More Summary

A Popsicle Pop-Up in JP Will Soon Keep Its Storefront Open Year-Round

Wild Pops brings small-batch popsicles to the Jamaica Plain dessert scene Jamaica Plain recently got a popsicle business. Wild Pops — a self-described “gourmet popsicle company that takes the classic American popsicle to the next level” — temporarily opened a storefront at 3213 Washington St. Show More Summary

Watertown Has a New Restaurant That Serves Cheesy Egg Boats

Flaming Pit Restaurant serves a range of Armenian dishes, plus pizza, calzones, and more A restaurant that opened in Watertown at the end of October has a carb-and-cheese-filled menu complete with Georgian khachapuri, or bread boats filled with egg and cheese, along with pizza, calzones, and more. Show More Summary

The North End Loses an Italian Restaurant This Month

Maurizio’s will close down before the end of the year A restaurant in the North End that has specialized in Sardinian cuisine for the last 25 years will close down before the end of this year. Maurizio’s (634 Hanover St.) will have its...Show More Summary

Snappy Ramen Moves Across Davis Square and Reopens Today as Snappy Kitchen

There have been a couple false starts A popular Somerville ramen shop has completed its relocation in Davis Square and plans to reopen under a slightly different name on Wednesday, December 6. Snappy Kitchen (formerly Snappy Ramen —Show More Summary

You Can Once Again Drink Booze in a Rooftop Igloo (and More Updates)

Cambridge liquor license issues, a Cambridge food truck program, and other news bites Welcome back to Morning Briefing, an almost-daily round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Bundle Up The rooftop igloos at the Envoy Hotel’s...Show More Summary

Beer & Mortar: Raising All Ships at Dorchester Brewing Company in Boston

One part local brewery, one part contract facility, all parts beer retreat Late in 2015, Dorchester Brewing Company announced it would open its doors on a small strip of Massachusetts Avenue in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood. MostShow More Summary

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