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Top Stories of the Week: Scorpion Bowls; Roast Beef Sandwiches; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston's most-read stories Two Big Clubs Open in the Seaport Next Week, and There Will Be Scorpion Bowls: Big Night Entertainment Group’s Scorpion Bar and the GrandShow More Summary

Dreams for Sip & Spoke, Dorchester’s Bike-and-Coffee Shop, Live on

The shop is in the running for major funding Efforts of a native Bostonian to convert an old bike shelter in Dorchester into a bike shop and cafe could get a boost in the form of funding. The Sip & Spoke Bike Kitchen, the brainchildShow More Summary

Caffe Nero Is up and Running at Assembly Row

With free coffee on its first day A collection of European coffee shops continues to grow its presence in Greater Boston, and one more location joins the mix today: Caffe Nero debuted its newest outpost at Somerville’s Assembly Row at 7 a.m. Show More Summary

Wicked Bagel Bakery & Deli Opens Next Week

With sandwiches and nitro coffee Lexington will overflow with bagels, coffee, and more next week, when Wicked Bagel Bakery & Deli opens its doors at 171 Massachusetts Ave. The newest addition to the neighborhood’s breakfast options is...Show More Summary

The Art of the Meal at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Being surrounded by constant beauty helps chef Peter Crowley create some beauty of his own Before the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum expanded in 2012, its restaurant, Café G, was tucked away in the building’s east wing, adjacent to the Spanish cloister. Show More Summary

West Roxbury’s BakerBaker Closes This Week

The neighborhood’s pie supply will get a little smaller West Roxbury will be down a bakery at the end of this week. BakerBaker (168 Spring St.) closes down tomorrow after four years in business, according to Boston Restaurant Talk. The...Show More Summary

Burlington Will Get a Little Friendlier and Toastier on Monday

A new Friendly Toast opens on October 23 with Pop Rocks-rimmed martinis and more A group of breakfast-centric restaurants with three locations in Greater Boston and Portsmouth, New Hampshire will add another to the mix next week. The...Show More Summary

Casalinga Opens in the Old Lulu’s Kitchen Space With More Than 30 Pasta Sauces

Haymarket gains an Italian cafe specializing in pizza and pasta The space at 151 Hanover St. in Haymarket that’s been vacant since April is vacant no more, according to Boston Restaurant Talk. Casalinga — an Italian eatery specializing...Show More Summary

Boston Burger Co. to Expand to Kendall and Open Mortadella Head in Davis

The latter will take over the former Deli-icious space on College Avenue Boston Burger Company is inching closer to opening in Kendall Square, an expansion that first came to light in late July. The new restaurant could debut early next...Show More Summary

Acclaimed Moody’s Delicatessen Expands to Boston Next Month, and That’s Not All

Also: Moody’s tacos, barbecue, and a raw bar in Waltham; a holiday pop-up on Newbury Street; and California expansion Popular Waltham delicatessen Moody’s has a lot going on at the moment, locally and otherwise. First of all, it’s set to open its forthcoming Boston location at 500 Boylston St. Show More Summary

Dig Inn Opens Its Newest Restaurant in the Prudential Center Today

The fall menu is in full force As promised, a New York-based restaurant with a heavy emphasis on seasonal ingredients expands its presence in the Boston area today. With two locations already open in the city, Dig Inn unveils its newest...Show More Summary

Head North of Boston for a Roast Beef Sandwich Road Trip

There are a few solid options in Boston proper, but the North Shore is the ultimate roast beef destination The North Shore is home to an array of delicacies and oddities — fried clams in the former group, Greek pizza in the latter. North...Show More Summary

Juice Updates: Nourish Your Soul Approved for Beacon Hill and Other News

Boston Juicing passed its inspections A suburban juice bar will once again return to Boston proper, opening a shop on Beacon Hill. Nourish Your Soul, which operates two locations in West Medford and Winchester and previously held the...Show More Summary

Boston Fine Dining Chef to Open Casual Suburban Spot

Patrick Campbell will open the Stones Common House & Kitchen in Stoneham early next year A chef with years of experience in the Boston area will open a new neighborhood spot in his hometown just north of the city. Patrick Campbell, the opening executive chef for Cafe ArtScience and an alum of Barbara Lynch’s No. Show More Summary

The Beacon Hill Figs Finally Rebounded From a Fire

It made its return toward the end of August A Beacon Hill restaurant has finally made a comeback, returning to business nearly a year after it was forced to close due to a fire, as Boston Restaurant Talk reports. Todd English’s FigsShow More Summary

Two Big Clubs Open in the Seaport Next Week, and There Will Be Scorpion Bowls

Big Night Entertainment Group’s Scorpion Bar and the Grand are about to arrive A pair of nightlife venues about a week from opening in the rapidly growing Seaport District will feature expansive spaces for food, drink, and entertainment. Show More Summary

Construction Alters Operations for a Trio of Businesses in Central Square

Cinderella’s is closing permanently, Patty Chen’s will close for a while, and Toscanini’s production space will move Construction in Cambridge’s Central Square will impact several restaurants, one of which will close permanently, according to Boston Restaurant Talk. Show More Summary

Quincy’s Clash of the Ash Space Could Become Contemporary American Restaurant

Boston restaurant veteran Mat Freid is excited to be a part of the booming South Shore dining scene Boston restaurant veteran Mat Freid plans to open a new restaurant in the former Clash of the Ash space in Quincy (1464 Hancock St.) next year. Show More Summary

Oisa Ramen Trades in Pop-ups for Permanent Home in Downtown Boston

Adjacent to a forthcoming tiki bar A longtime ramen pop-up that’s appeared all over Boston will finally land a permanent spot downtown. Oisa Ramen will open next month within the former Place nightclub at 2 Broad St., according to Boston Magazine. Show More Summary

Top Stories of the Week: Fried Clams; Comforting Pasta; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston's most-read stories Where to Eat Fried Clams in and Around Boston: The North Shore is home to some of the best clam flats in the world. The Most Comforting New...Show More Summary

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