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Plan Your Weekend – January 20 – 22

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Add These January 2017 Food Events to Your Calendar

English muffin pizzas, local cheeses, baklava ice cream, and more things to eat this month Fill up the remainder of your January calendar with these fun, food-filled events around town: THURSDAY, JANUARY 19 — It’s release day for Somerville Brewing Company’s newest beer, a “warming heartfelt stout ale” called #ThanksObama. Show More Summary

Luna’s Restaurant Fills East Boston With Italian and Latin Cuisine

The new spot opened on January 6 A new spot for Italian and Latin cuisine recently opened its doors in East Boston. Luna’s Restaurant made its debut on January 6, bringing a coffee bar, pasta, crostini, and more to the neighborhood. Luna’s is located at 945 Saratoga St., and it offers a full menu from breakfast and brunch to dinner. Show More Summary

7 Winter Photography Tips

There’s something magical about snow in the eyes of my children. When they wake to a blanket of white snow on the ground the first thing on their minds is to go outside immediately. My enthusiasm for the cold isn’t as high, but I can channel it into my photography, capturing the enthusiasm through their eyes. Show More Summary

The Brook Kitchen & Tap Opens in Maynard

Another location in Holbrook opened in November A Holbrook restaurant with a vast selection of beer has quickly opened a second location west of Boston. The Brook Kitchen & Tap officially opened over the weekend in Maynard (51 Main St. Show More Summary

SoulFire Allston Will Follow Suit After Mission Hill Closure

There will be a little less barbecue in the city A longtime Allston barbecue spot will close its doors this week, shortly after shutting down its newer outpost in Mission Hill. SoulFire, located at 182 Harvard Ave., will have its last day Friday, according to Vanyaland. SoulFire’s 737 Huntington Ave. Show More Summary

I’m Afraid to Take My Kids to the Doctor

My head goes fuzzy and I turn into a paranoid monster around day three of my children’s sicknesses.  This is the time when the worry is about to boil over: Things aren’t getting better, my kid isn’t eating, still a fever.  Dealing with the sick kid (or kids) is only half the stress. Show More Summary

Beyond Bedrooms and Bathrooms :: Suburban Jungle Helps Boston Families Find THE RIGHT ‘Burb

We have partnered with Suburban Jungle Realty for this series. When it comes to moving from the city to the suburbs, many families focus on one thing: THE HOUSE. And that makes sense — finding a great house for your brood is incredibly important. Show More Summary

B.Good Opens Near Northeastern in Former Boloco Space

The Boloco closed back in October A changing of the guard is underway with two local fast-casual chains. B.Good has taken over a Boloco location near Northeastern, making good on a transition promised back in the fall. B.Good (stylized...Show More Summary

Union Square Donuts Opens This Week in Brookline

Get an early sampling of some yeasted donuts Brookline is about to get so much more doughy: Somerville’s Union Square Donuts is on the brink of flooding Harvard Street and the Coolidge Corner neighborhood with its signature sweet treats,...Show More Summary

Roxy’s Is Now Serving Up Grilled Cheese in Lynnfield

The first of two Roxy’s openings this month A Boston-based grilled cheese restaurant and food truck now has a suburban outpost up and running. Roxy’s Grilled Cheese has opened its doors at MarketStreet Lynnfield and is now dishing out its popular sandwiches along with a few other new menu items. The 1205 Market St. Show More Summary

Troquet Closes on Boylston Street Next Week for Relocation

It’s heading for a new space on South Street A Boylston Street restaurant will spend a final two weeks in its original location before closing and relocating further downtown. Troquet, which has operated at 140 Boylston for 15 years,...Show More Summary

An Opening Date for Burro Bar, SRV Gets a Pastry Chef, and More Updates to Start the Week

Kick off the week with some mini news bites Plywood Report The Painted Burro’s forthcoming Brookline sibling, Burro Bar, will open on January 23, according to The Boston Globe. As previously reported, the Mexican restaurant will be located...Show More Summary

The Adventure Playground :: Has Boston Missed the Boat?

Have you ever noticed that your kid’s favorite thing at the playground isn’t the primary-colored tunnels and slides, but instead a nearby tree stump or a railroad-tie-turned-balance-beam? Or maybe it’s the sand, and your child is perfectly...Show More Summary

4 Body-Positive Lessons for Our Daughters

Way before celebrities like Lena Dunham and Jennifer Lawrence were extolling the virtues of body positivity, we sucked it up and dieted. And way before these same actresses bucked the patriarchy by rejecting the trend of systematic societal...Show More Summary

Weekly Blueprint

Hello everyone, I hope you're having a great weekend! We've been enjoying a really relaxed yet productive one in the sense of puttering around taking care of household projects. It's so nice to have a largely unstructured weekend! Anyway,...Show More Summary

Boston’s Best Bagels

Bagels are, quite possibly, my favorite food. Moving from NYC, I was so nervous that I was entering a bagel desert here in Massachusetts. And while there are lots of tasteless, gooey, mediocre bagels around (let’s be honest — there are...Show More Summary

Top Stories of the Week: Arcade Cocktails; an Oatmeal Cafe; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston's most-read stories The 38 Essential Boston Restaurants, Winter 2017: The quarterly update to the Eater Boston 38 is here. New additions to the map this timeShow More Summary

The Critics Ate Shakshuka, Manti, Kunafe, Sashimi, and So Much More This Week

At Pressed Cafe, Moona, Stella’s, Little Donkey, and Pabu The Boston Globe’s Ellen Bhang pays a visit to Burlington to check out the new Pressed Cafe, which recently opened in The District, a mixed-use development. The fast-casual spot...Show More Summary

Somerville May Get a Boozy Taco Bell Cantina

Pair your gordita with a Twisted Freeze In summer 2015, Taco Bell starting talking about opening a new concept in Chicago that would serve alcohol, and Boston was a desired target for future expansion as well. Since then, a concept called...Show More Summary

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