Norvia Pena says her long closed Norvia's Place, 2807 Washington St., should re-open this fall - with more of an emphasis on food than drinks. Read more.
Workers at the Hyde Park Shaw's cleared several shelves today so they could unload these goodies.
Eater Boston reports plans for a place that would sell both donuts and bagels in Davis Square have fallen through. No word if a Swiss-cheese emporium will take its place.
Is there anywhere in Boston to buy the cheese made in the Azores?
Is there anywhere in Boston (or even Winthrop or Revere) to get soft serve ice cream?
Vanyaland reports River Gods in Cambridge has shut forever.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports that La Hacienda on Medford Street has closed for good.
State Rep. Ed. Coppinger alerts us: Read more.
Anyone have a "list" of places that serve nitro coffee IN the city?
The owners of Milk Street Cafe are suing former America's Test Kitchen frontman Christopher Kimball over his plans to open a Milk Street Kitchen just down Milk Street. Read more.
When we walked into the Stop & Shop on American Legion Highway in Roslindale this afternoon, one of the first things we saw was this giant fruit thing (how could we miss it?). Turned out it was a jackfruit, and at just $1.49 a pound seemed a bargain, but we resisted the temptation because, really, where do you put something like that?
By the time we were finished shopping, the store's sole jackfruit was gone.
Exodus Bagels, which has been selling its wares at finer farmer's markets and pop-ups everywhere (or at least in JP and Roslindale) announced today it's found a permanent home in Roslindale - in space formerly occupied by the Tables of Contents catering service next to the Bellevue commuter-rail stop off Belgrade Avenue.
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