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Top Stories of the Week: Friendly Toast Expansion; T.W. Food Reincarnation; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston's most-read stories The Friendly Toast Heads for Burlington, MA and Bedford, NH: In addition to the previously reported Brookline expansion, which is also coming...Show More Summary

The Critics Ate Frog Leg Risotto, Crudo, and Pho This Week

At Oak + Rowan, Les Sablons, and Noodle Market Frog Legs Boston Magazine’s Jolyon Helterman pays a visit to Oak + Rowan in Fort Point, which he writes feels “differently urban, like an ambitious city restaurant beamed in from some parallel...Show More Summary

Pressed Juicery Now Serving up Cold-Pressed Beverages in Harvard Square

Now open on Massachusetts Avenue A California-based cold-pressed juice shop just landed in the Boston area, opening its first regional store in Cambridge’s Harvard Square. Pressed Juicery took over the space at 1380 Massachusetts Ave. Show More Summary

Aqua Pazza Opens in the North End Next Week

A new member of the DePasquale Ventures family Even more Italian food arrives in Boston’s North End next week, courtesy of a redesigned and reconcepted member of a neighborhood restaurant group. Aqua Pazza opens at 135 Richmond St. on...Show More Summary

My Daughter Starts Preschool This Fall… and I Can’t Wait!

“Mama, you be the baby and I’ll be the mama.”  “Can I watch something, Mama?” “Mama, will you read to me?” “I’m hungry. Can I have a snack?” When you are the mom of a young child, the same soundtrack of questions plays on repeat. When you’re a stay-at-home mom, it’s a never-ending loop. Show More Summary

Lulu’s Kitchen Shutters Near Haymarket

The Southern-style restaurant had been open less than a year A spot for Southern food in downtown Boston has closed its doors a mere five months after opening. Lulu’s Kitchen at 120 Blackstone St. is now shuttered, according to Boston...Show More Summary

More Shaking Crab Locations Could Be on the Way

Near Boston Common and possibly in Cambridge More Cajun-style seafood could soon arrive in the Boston area as a Newton-based restaurant looks to extend its reach. Shaking Crab, fresh off new openings in Quincy and on Manhattan’s Upper...Show More Summary

A New Pret a Manger Is on the Way to South Station

More dining options for commuters Boston’s train travelers will soon have a new quick dining option at South Station. Pret a Manger will open its sixth metro location in a vacant stall that once was home to the grilled cheese restaurant...Show More Summary

Swissbäkers Is Now Filling Kendall Square With Flaky Pastries and Pretzels

The bakery made its debut this morning A local bakery added a new location to its ranks today. Swissbäkers opened at 7 a.m. this morning in Kendall Square, bringing plenty of baked goods, pretzels, and treats to the tech heart of Cambridge. Swissbäkers...Show More Summary

Edit Your Life Episode 80: Teaching Kids To Cook

So here’s the thing: we all know it’s a good thing to get kids in the kitchen, but the prospect of food mess and management can be daunting. In Episode 80, Asha and I talk about 10 tips for teaching kids to find inspiration in the kitchen and get cooking -- notably, in a low stress way spanning toddler through teens. Show More Summary

Meatball Subs, Hellish Pasta, and More Updates to Start the Day

Mini news bites as we near the end of the week Hillbilly Hell Night The East Coast Grill Hell Night legacy will live on at The Automatic (50 Hampshire St., Cambridge), which is co-owned by ECG founder Chris Schlesinger. The inaugural...Show More Summary

BMB’s Favorite Things 2017

A big thank you to all the amazing sponsors who were so generous and helped make this event possible!Lip balm. Hair pins. Sweet treats. Leggings. We’ve dubbed this list BMB’s Favorite Things (#BMBFaveThings) and are so excited to share it with you! The post BMB’s Favorite Things 2017 appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

District Kitchen Opens in Malden

With so many Southeast Asian dishes Malden recently welcomed a new restaurant to its ranks, and the spot is connected to another restaurant in the area. District Kitchen is now open at 2 Florence St. near the Malden Center MBTA stopShow More Summary

The Friendly Toast Heads for Burlington

Taking over the former Bobby’s Burger Palace space in the mall More Friendly Toasts are on the way: In addition to the forthcoming restaurant in Brookline’s Coolidge Corner, another Toast will take up residence at the Burlington Mall,...Show More Summary

Plan Your Weekend :: April 28–30

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Inna’s Kitchen Will Shut Down Newton Location

Don’t worry: The Boston Public Market spot will stick around A Newton restaurant that operates a stall in the Boston Public Market will shut down its original location this week after six years in business. The final day of service for...Show More Summary

Laughing Monk Cafe Softly Ushers Sushi and Thai Food Into Brigham Circle

The chef is an O Ya alum Sushi springs up in Mission Hill this week with the soft opening of Laughing Monk Cafe, the new resident of 737 Huntington Ave., which formerly housed SoulFire BBQ. With a limited menu available this week, Laughing...Show More Summary

Better Harbor Islands Food, a Boozy Weekend, and More Updates to Start the Day

Mini news bites for the middle of the week Places to Go, Things to Eat A couple big events on the horizon: This year’s Thirst Boston cocktail festival is this weekend, April 28 through 30, with plenty of educational opportunities during the days and parties at night. Show More Summary

Your Guide to Hipster Coffee Shops in Boston

We’re at a all-time low in the mainstream coffee world. Unicorn frappuccino, anyone? What is the world coming to? And who had the misfortune of having to write that press release? When we moved into our first house, we had no furniture save our new coffee machine. Show More Summary

Long Wharf Will Sink Into the Sea Before the Battle to Put a Restaurant There Concludes

Yet another appeal is in the works A never-ending battle for Long Wharf continues as the Boston Planning and Development Agency (formerly the Boston Redevelopment Authority) puts forth a new appeal to open a full-service restaurant there,...Show More Summary

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