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Where to Drink in Boston While Watching March Madness

Beers will be swilled; brackets will be busted It’s that time of year again when everyone in America becomes a college basketball expert for a few weeks. Brackets will be filled out with best intentions, but brackets will inevitably be busted. Show More Summary

New Vegan Food Truck Rolls Out Seitan Nuggets and Sandwiches Across Boston Soon

Bartleby’s Seitan Stand hits the road April 1 A vegan food truck joins the ranks of Boston’s mobile dining options next month. Bartleby’s Seitan Stand hits the road on April 1 with “hellishly good fast food,” consisting of fully vegan dishes centered around seitan. Show More Summary

The Tap Trailhouse Taps Out Near Faneuil Hall

Its parent company, Boston Nightlife Ventures, is regrouping A restaurant along Boston’s Freedom Trail closed down over the weekend. The Tap Trailhouse (19 Union St.), known for its pub fare and revolutionary ambiance, had operated near...Show More Summary

Power Duo to Open Chickadee in the Seaport District Later This Year

No. 9 Park alums Ted Kilpatrick and John DaSilva have a project in the works Ted Kilpatrick and chef John DaSilva plan to open a restaurant called Chickadee, named for Massachusetts’ state bird, later this year at Boston’s Innovation and Design Building in the Seaport District, the duo announced today. Show More Summary

February 2018 in Review, From Fried Chicken to Champagne Vending Machines

The month in openings, closings, top news, and more 2018 is getting into the swing of things, with a number of exciting new restaurants popping up in February, from a Southern spot in the South End to a Japanese tea house in Brookline. Show More Summary

Opening a Restaurant (or Three) Means Almost Barfing When Writing Monster Checks

Nookie’s back with his latest installment of “On the House” Welcome back to On the House, a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to open a restaurant — or several. In 2013, Steve “Nookie” Postal shared weekly glimpses into his experience...Show More Summary

Here’s How Boston Restaurants Are Weathering This Storm

Updates on the gloomy weather on March 2 There are dire weather predictions for the entire Northeast today, March 2, with weather channels throwing around phrases like “bomb cyclone,” “historic storm,” and more. Some people are losing...Show More Summary

Join Eater Boston’s New Facebook Group for Restaurant Recommendations and More

Ask questions, rave about your favorite restaurants, and figure out where to eat today Do you spend all your free time on social media, scrolling through food photos and trying to figure out where to eat next? Or perhaps you want to get in and get out quickly, armed with a solid recommendation or two, without having to scour the whole internet. Show More Summary

Bodega Canal Adds Brunch With Dulce de Leche Waffles and Churro French Toast

Here’s a peek at the menu, debuting this weekend A recent addition to Boston’s West End dining scene plans to add brunch to the menu this weekend, starting Sunday, March 4. Ward 8 and North Square oyster sibling Bodega Canal (57 Canal...Show More Summary

A Fire Temporarily Shutters Back Bay Staple Trident Booksellers and Cafe

Plus, a Bow Market sneak preview at La Brasa’s E-Som Market, and more news Temporary Shutter Trident Booksellers and Cafe (338 Newbury St., Boston), a Back Bay staple for over 30 years, is temporarily closed due to a fire that broke out around 11:45 p.m. Show More Summary

Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette Are Doing Another Cool Thing

It’s not a new restaurant, but it’s a chance to eat at three restaurants in one night Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette are launching a new venture this week, y’all. No, it’s not a new restaurant (sigh). But it is a tour through three of their existing restaurants: Toro, Coppa, and Little Donkey. Show More Summary

By Chloe Expands Its Vegan Footprint With Back Bay Location

Boston’s third location is slated to open this summer A New York-based fast-casual restaurant chain that specializes in vegan cuisine plans to add its third location in Boston this summer. By Chloe (stylized as by CHLOE.) announced today...Show More Summary

You’ll Never Believe This, but yet Another Caffe Nero Opens Today

Plus, beer tap umbrellas, a spinach pie you should eat today, and more news Welcome back to AM Intel, a round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Seriously, There’s Another One Look, you know the drill by now. Caffe Nero (stylized...Show More Summary

Take a Boozy, Guinness-Filled Crawl Through Brighton

This booze crawl’s not all about Irish bars, but there will be some Irish bars Welcome back to Food Crawls (or in this case, Booze Crawls), a series in which Eater Boston staffers guide you (virtually) on various food and booze crawls...Show More Summary

This Forthcoming Cambridge Dumpling Joint Has Some Serious Legacy

Dumpling Daughter — related to 1980s waterfront mainstay Sally Ling’s — is expanding from Weston to Kendall Square Dumpling Daughter will expand from Weston to Cambridge’s Kendall Square, reports Boston Restaurant Talk, citing a job posting on Show More Summary

A Short-Lived Cambridge Cafe Will Become a Ramen Bar

Brew on the Grid will become Stix Noodle Bar, from the same owners Brew on the Grid closed in Cambridge this month after only six months in the longtime Newtowne Variety space near MIT (93 Windsor St., Cambridge), but it will be replaced...Show More Summary

A Shuttered Cambridge Cafe’s ‘Spudboats’ Swim on

Plus, When Pigs Fly moves to its new location, and more news Welcome back to AM Intel, a round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. What Happened Last Week? The team behind the acclaimed Bar Mezzana in the South End will open a Tiki-inspired spot right across the street late this year. Show More Summary

Boston’s Tiki Explosion Continues

Plus, updated restaurant opening guides — and other top stories from the week Aside from an unusually warm couple of days that resulted in a flurry of early patio openings, it was a pretty quiet week in the Boston restaurant scene. Catch...Show More Summary

You Could Eat a ‘Gruesomely Sweet’ Severed Finger This Weekend

Or you could eat cheap hot dogs on Castle Island or macaron ice cream sandwiches in Somerville, and more news Welcome back to AM Intel, a round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Mmmm, Severed Finger North Shore pop-up Speakeasy Donuts is at it again, creating spookily decorated, over-the-top treats. Show More Summary

Fish Bowls Are Coming to Quincy Market, Courtesy of Legal Sea Foods

More fast-casual dining for Downtown Boston Legal Sea Foods plans to capitalize on its successful foray into the fast-casual food business with an expansion of Kendall Square’s Legal Fish Bowl concept an area that’s an epicenter of tourism in Boston. Show More Summary

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