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Cardullo’s Gourmet Shoppe to Expand to the Seaport District This Spring

Like at its Harvard Square location, the Seaport shop will offer specialty foods from around the globe and a selection of fine wines Harvard Square’s legendary purveyor of specialty foods and fine wines, the nearly seventy-year-old Cardullo’s...Show More Summary

When Pigs Fly to Move From One Side of Davis Square to the Other in February

Plus, Opa Greek Yeeros is getting more space The Somerville location of the When Pigs Fly bakery is making a small move across Davis Square, one of several moves and expansions in the neighborhood, according to a post in the Davis Square Facebook group and confirmed by a manager at the shop. Show More Summary

Let Grassona’s Italian Be Your ‘Spiritual Italian Grandmother’

All the warmth of Fairsted Kitchen remains, only this time there are meatballs Fairsted Kitchen bid farewell to Brookline on New Year’s Eve, but owner Steve Bowman has already replaced his beloved restaurant with a new one: Grassona’s Italian. Show More Summary

Indonesian Street Food Returns to East Boston

Courtesy of Kaki Lima, popping up again at KO Pies at the Shipyard A popular pop-up featuring Indonesian street food makes its return to an East Boston establishment Thursday, January 18. Kaki Lima will now appear regularly at KO Pies...Show More Summary

Tatte Opens in Back Bay With Immaculate Pastries and So Much Shakshuka

The local bakery is on a tear of openings Fresh off an opening in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood, Tatte Bakery & Cafe has made its debut in another new area of the city. The Back Bay bakery, located at 399 Boylston St., opened its doors at 7 a.m. Show More Summary

DC’s Fast-Casual Mediterranean Restaurant Cava Arrives in Fenway

Opening Thursday, January 18, for community day Fenway finds itself with a new source for fast-casual Mediterranean this week as Washington, DC-based Cava arrives on Boylston Street. The restaurant officially opens Friday, January 19,...Show More Summary

Edit Your Life Episode 109: Decluttering For Normal People

Decluttering seems to have a permanent spot on our to-do lists, and there’s no end to the advice about how to do it “right.” But bottom line, what’s right is what actually works for you. After all, the goal isn’t to declutter, or even to have a perfect, clutter-free home; it’s to make room for a more peaceful, distraction-free life. Show More Summary

Considering Adoption? Things You Should Know

Having spent over a decade guiding families through their journey of adopting a child, I know how much information is out there. Even after all these years working as an adoption program director at a private international and domestic adoption agency, I still find myself learning something new every day. Show More Summary

Pita Arrives in Cambridge in Early February

Fast-casual Middle Eastern dishes are on the way Cambridge will welcome a new source for Arabic and Middle Eastern cuisine in just a few weeks, as the team behind a small group of fast-casual restaurants in Boston prepares to expand across the river to Inman Square. Show More Summary

Warm up at These 18 Ramen Destinations This Winter

So many noodles Vast changes in high and low temperatures make winter a wily friend, but ramen is the warm blanket of the food world to provide solace through all the changes. Boston's Metro area is a surprising treasure trove for this comforting Japanese dish, and plenty of restaurants serve a variety of bowls that should not be overlooked. Show More Summary

Plan Your Weekend – January 19 -21

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Lego Inspiration to Get Through Winter

I’ll admit it: Winter isn’t my favorite season. I’m not a born-and-bred New Englander, and each winter seems to bring new challenges. The first few winters with children weren’t that bad — my son took long naps and didn’t care much about playing in the snow. Show More Summary

Beer & Mortar: Popping Bottles With Aeronaut Brewing Company in Somerville

An exclusive bottle club kicks off what could be a banner year for the Somerville brewery Somerville — Union Square, in particular — is shaping up to be a hotbed for drinking and dining, whether it be the impending opening of an ax-throwing bar or the almost unbelievable lineup of businesses gracing the forthcoming Bow Market. Show More Summary

Puritan & Company to Launch Delivery-Only Restaurant This Winter

Puritan Trading Company will begin catering to on-demand eaters in February Beginning in February, a Puritan & Co. sibling will begin feeding eaters without requiring them to leave the comfort of their own homes. Tracking with increased demand for fine-dining delivery options, Puritan & Co. Show More Summary

Globe Bar & Cafe Reopens on Boylston Street, But in a New Space

Now open in the old Rattlesnake location Globe Bar & Cafe has completed its relocation from one space on Boston’s Boylston Street to another, officially opening in its new home last week. After vacating 565 Boylston St. late last year,...Show More Summary

Bertucci’s Closes Its Longtime Faneuil Hall Location

A dispute over lease terms was the determining factor Bertucci’s closed its Faneuil Hall location (22 Merchants Row, Boston) last Friday, January 12, according to a post on Boston Restaurant Talk and confirmed by the location page on...Show More Summary

Oisa Ramen Has Arrived Downtown With Smoky Shoyu and So Many Noodles

The former pop-up now has its own home At long last, Oisa Ramen has its own home. Founder Moe Kuroki started Oisa as a pop-up a couple years back, building up a following while holding events at a variety of locations around the Boston area, and now there’s a single permanent location where fans can go to sample her ramen. Show More Summary

Pikaichi Ramen, on the Comeback Trail, Lands New Home in Medford

In the former Emiliano’z Mexican Grill space A beloved Allston ramen shop that closed down in December of 2017 due to climbing costs in rent has found a new home. Pikaichi, which previously operated at 1 Brighton Ave. in the same building...Show More Summary

The Forthcoming Natick Wegmans Will Have a Full-Service Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar

Courtesy of chef Roberto Santibañez of Fonda in New York City A new Wegmans supermarket on track to open in Natick this April will feature not just a surplus of grocery items but also a full-service restaurant chock full of Mexican dishes...Show More Summary

Massachusetts Nonprofit Spotlight: MEDIAGIRLS

This feature is part of a recurring series on Massachusetts nonprofits, through which Boston Mamas Founder + Editor Christine Koh donates her digital real estate once a month in order to shine a light on great work that is happening in this fine state to help those in need. Show More Summary

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