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Eat Pie Sticks and Frank Rolls in Allston

Tous Les Jours is now open Korea-based French-Asian bakery Tous Les Jours is now open in Allston at 152 Harvard Ave. It’s the third Massachusetts location for the chain that was founded in South Korea in 1997: There’s another near Boston’s City Hall Plaza that opened in early 2016, as well as one in Burlington, Massachusetts. Show More Summary

Boston Juicing Opens in Charlestown on September 1

Keep riding the juice wave, Boston Yet another new source for juice joins Boston next month: Boston Juicing opens on September 1 in Charlestown, at 283 Main St. Founder Cara Birritteri planned a grand opening for the day, which will feature a selection of juices, smoothies, and more. Show More Summary

The Halal Guys Finally Brings Its Coveted Gyros to Boston in September

Get ready for piles of chicken, hummus, and baba ghanoush A beloved New York gyro restaurant and food cart empire will finally make good on its promise to feed Boston next month. The Halal Guys plans to hold its grand opening on Friday,...Show More Summary

A Local Chocolatier Is Serving Chocolate Mousse in Chocolate Cones (and More Updates)

Somerville’s Sabroso is coming soon, Cambridge lost a wine store, and other news bites Welcome back to Morning Briefing, an almost-daily round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. #IBreakForMousse Chocolate mousse alert: Somerville-based...Show More Summary

Moving to Greater Boston :: East Arlington

Maybe you’ve been in Boston for years, but you’re now having kids and looking to relocate. Maybe you’re planning a move to the Boston area from another city in the US or abroad, and you’re trying to make sense of your options. Whatever...Show More Summary

Alton Brown Appreciates Boston’s Hand-Pulled Noodles and Sardine-Filled Wine Bars

Tell him where to eat when he returns to the city in October “Slippery, slurpy, stinky,” says Alton Brown — food television personality, author, and more — describing a memorable Boston dish, the hand-pulled noodles at Gene’s Chinese Flatbread Cafe. Show More Summary

Plan Your Weekend – August 18 – 20

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Spring Shabu-Shabu Replaces Maki Maki in Brighton

Hot pot alert Brighton welcomed a new restaurant for hot pot last month with the opening of Spring Shabu-Shabu. The restaurant kicked off business at 370 Western Ave., according to Boston Restaurant Talk, opening with a grand celebration...Show More Summary

Tavern in the Square Disappears From Cambridge

The locations in Porter and Central squares are now closed A regional chain of taverns closed down a Cambridge location this week after operating there for 10 years. Tavern in the Square, located at 1815 Massachusetts Ave. in Porter Square, shut its doors over the weekend, according to Boston Restaurant Talk. Show More Summary

Where to Eat Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches (and More Updates)

Teamsters acquitted in Top Chef trial, fire updates, and other news bites Welcome back to Morning Briefing, an almost-daily round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches Two of the best foods are coming together in a limited-time pairing at L.A. Show More Summary

I Got My Tubes Tied Because C-Section Recovery Is the Worst

When my husband and I decided to have our third child, we did so knowing it would be our last. We were already overwhelmed with our 5-year-old autistic son and our extremely active and demanding 2-year-old daughter. Having already had...Show More Summary

Hosting Visitors in Boston — with Kids!

Here at Boston Moms Blog, we think Boston is exceptional. It’s no wonder all our friends and families are flocking here to stay with us! Here are some tips for making the most of your time with your visitors — and staying sane with kids...Show More Summary

8 Things To Do Following Charlottesville

I originally was planning on talking about low-stress back-to-school prep for this week’s live broadcast, but that wasn’t sitting well with me in the face of Charlottesville. Here are 8 things that are top of mind for me in terms of what we need to do next both individually and for our communities. Show More Summary

The Woods Hill Table Team Will Open a Mexican Restaurant in Concord

Replacing Vincenzo’s on Main Street A Concord restaurant will soon get a new little sibling that specializes in Mexican cuisine. The team responsible for Woods Hill Table will open Adelita at 1200 Main St. in West Concord, accordingShow More Summary

Dot 2 Dot Cafe Closes Friday After 9 Years in Dorchester

Owner Karen Henry-Garrett will spend more time with family A nearly decade-old cafe in Dorchester will close its doors this weekend. Owner Karen Henry-Garrett wrote a heartfelt message on the Dot 2 Dot Facebook page, letting patronsShow More Summary

Beer & Mortar: Learning New Lessons at Untold Brewing in Scituate

A historic schoolhouse will soon play residence to the South Shore’s newest brewery For years, a run-down schoolhouse in Scituate has served little more purpose than to store equipment and commodities for the town’s residents. School...Show More Summary

Worcester’s Brew on the Grid Arrives in Cambridge Later This Month

And more locations are coming from a former Starbucks director of operations A Worcester cafe in the midst of a regional expansion opens its newest location in Cambridge soon. Brew on the Grid, also referred to as the Brew, has moved...Show More Summary

Eat Lava Fish Today (and More Updates)

Quincy’s getting a Dunkin’ without “Donuts,” Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street wins a court battle, and other news bites Welcome back to Morning Briefing, an almost-daily round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Dunkin’. Just...Show More Summary

Boston Indian Restaurant News

From naan to biryani This is an ever-growing archive of Eater Boston stories pertaining to Indian food in the Boston area, including restaurant openings, closings, and more. Click “Follow This Stream” to get updates in your favorite RSS reader.

Mooncusser Fish House’s Casual Bar Debuts This Week

The team behind Concord’s 80 Thoreau expands their new Back Bay restaurant on August 16 Mooncusser Fish House opened in late July in Back Bay, the first Boston restaurant from the team behind Concord’s acclaimed 80 Thoreau (Ian Calhoun, Vincent Vela, and chef Carolyn Johnson). Show More Summary

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