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Squeeze Juice Company Arrives at Somerville’s Assembly Row

With smoothies, nitro cold brew coffee, and more A local juice bar with a handful of locations around Greater Boston just added one more to the lineup. Squeeze Juice Company has opened its doors at Assembly Row in Somerville and hasShow More Summary

Cape Cod Potato Chips Are Staying on Cape Cod Where They Belong (and More Updates)

Poke everywhere, a new Maine oyster bar from a New Hampshire chef, and other news bites Welcome back to Morning Briefing, an almost-daily round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Poke Watch The Boston Globe examines Boston’sShow More Summary

It Took Me 22 Years To Learn Why College Mattered So Much

I’ve been thinking a lot about college and money this past month. It started with two Death, Sex & Money podcast episodes on student loan secrets (part 1 and 2). Like many of the people featured in these episodes, I relied heavily on...Show More Summary

50 of Boston’s Most Essential Bars

Cocktail destinations, beer bars, wine bars, sports bars, and dives Boston loves booze. From Irish pubs to high-end cocktail destinations, long-tenured dive bars to beer bars with extensive tap lists, sports bars with a million televisions...Show More Summary

Another Del Frisco’s Will Help Feed Boston More Steak

The new Double Eagle Steak House will open at the Prudential Center in Back Bay Boston is about to get a little more meaty: Another Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House will open in the area, this time in the Prudential Center in Back Bay. Show More Summary

Ciao Market Fills Chelsea With Gelato, Pasta, and Coffee This Week

The sibling of Ciao! Pizza & Pasta is now in business A new market and cafe from the owners of a popular Italian restaurant in Chelsea opened Monday. Although the official opening is set for this Thursday, July 27, Ciao Market is now...Show More Summary

Pammy’s: A Pasta-Filled Home Away From Home

Peek inside Cambridge’s new arrival The span of Massachusetts Avenue between Harvard and Central squares can feel a bit like a no man’s land, quietly sandwiched between the two ultra-busy squares — and weirdly full of furniture stores. Show More Summary

Thriving Through Crap

Crap happens. Like, sometimes daily (or hourly). But how do we best rise about it -- and even thrive through it? I was so excited to talk to Jessica Ashley about this topic on this week’s livestream! And, perhaps fittingly, Facebook Live was SO GRUMPY and wouldn’t let me get Jessica on the side-by-side. Show More Summary

Boston's Essential Fried Chicken

So many chicken & waffle dishes to try Boston really loves its fried chicken, from Tennessee hot to buttermilk-brined to Korean. Chicken and waffles makes an appearance on numerous menus around town, brunch and otherwise, while other...Show More Summary

Nagoya Arrives in Medford With Sushi, Ramen, and More

It’s located near Tenoch Mexican A new restaurant with a mix of Japanese and Chinese cuisine made its official debut earlier this month in Medford. Nagoya opened mid-July at 38 Riverside Ave., according to the Medford Chamber of Commerce,...Show More Summary

Boston Burger Company Will Bring More Burgers and Absurd Frappes to Cambridge

A new location is planned for the Kendall area A burger restaurant with several locations around the Boston area will add yet another, this time on the edge of Kendall Square. Boston Burger Company is seeking approval to open at 610 Main St., according to Boston Restaurant Talk; it’s right by the recently relocated Cafe Luna. Show More Summary

Look Inside Yellow Door Taqueria, Opening Today in Dorchester

Antique-inspired design and Cali-Mex-inspired tacos Dorchester welcomes a taste of Cali-Mex cuisine today with the opening of Yellow Door Taqueria at 2297 Dorchester Ave. in the Lower Mills neighborhood. The taqueria features a menuShow More Summary

Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday, ahhhh this weather! YAY! I'm all about enjoying today but if you're also thinking about this upcoming week and are looking for something to do, enjoy this roundup of ideas for Monday through Friday! Monday July 24: Dip,...Show More Summary

Top Stories of the Week: Essential Cheap Eats; Portsmouth and Kittery Dining; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston's most-read stories Essential Cheap Eats in Boston: Save money while eating well. A Guide to Dining and Drinking in Portsmouth and Kittery: Take a trip up toShow More Summary

The Critics Find ‘God’s Tater Tots’ and More This Week

Les Sablons, By Chloe, Pammy’s, and La Victoria Taqueria get reviewed High Prices and Heavenly Plates For The Improper Bostonian, MC Slim JB visits the recently opened Les Sablons in Harvard Square, a new venue from the Island CreekShow More Summary

Thank Your Lucky Stars: Mooncusser Fish House Arrives in Back Bay July 22

Sibling to the acclaimed 80 Thoreau in Concord Bostonians who have been missing out on dining at the award-winning 80 Thoreau — it’s all the way out in Concord, after all — can now rejoice. Ian Calhoun, Vincent Vela, and chef Carolyn...Show More Summary

Sumiao Hunan Kitchen Brings Spicy, Hard-to-Find Hunan Cuisine to Cambridge

Here’s the debut menu for the Kendall Square newcomer Sumiao Hunan Kitchen — currently “softly” open for a reservation-only, discounted preview period — will officially open in Cambridge’s Kendall Square (270 Third St.) on July 28, serving spicy Hunan cuisine, which is hard to find in the Boston-area Chinese food scene. Show More Summary

Longtime Cheese Expert Louis Risoli Is Retiring From L’Espalier

But he won’t stop blue cheesin’ Louis Risoli, mâitre d' hotel and resident cheese expert at Back Bay’s classic French restaurant L’Espalier, retires today after 34 years and countless Cheese Tuesdays. While the transition away from the...Show More Summary

One Italian Restaurant Replaces Another in Salem

Trattoria Orsini is closed, and Antique Table is taking its place An Italian restaurant in Salem that had only been open for about a year is now closed. Trattoria Orsini will be replaced by another Italian restaurant, Antique Table, which has two existing locations in Winthrop and Lynn, according to Boston Restaurant Talk. Show More Summary

A New Restaurant Will Take Over the Boston Beer Garden Space

It may have ties to some area restaurants A longstanding restaurant in bar in South Boston that closed down earlier this year will get a replacement. Boston Beer Garden, which was located at 732 E Broadway, shuttered after a grand farewell...Show More Summary

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