Boston Restaurant Talk reports the sportscaster's flagship restaurant behind Fenway Park suddenly shut today.
In some other towns, people would toss a pair of sneakers over a utility line. But as Rob Bellinger shows us, Somerville is not just some other town. Yes, that's a slice of pizza connected to a lock hanging from a wire over Cross Street East.
Rosie's, with stores in Inman Square and Chestnut Hill, closed its doors today.
Shazza shows us the note in the window of Rosie's Bakery in the lower Chestnut Hill Mall; a call to the Inman Square store leads to a message saying the same basic thing: The "wonderful supply kitchen" that used to bake many of their goods went out of business and owners... Read more
WBUR reports the restaurant, which rebuilt after being damaged in the Marathon bombings, is closing due to rent increases.
Any idea which bars in Boston or Cambridge geneticists frequent?
Boston restaurant owners facing empty tables due to all that snow are using social media to advertise new discounts to entice customers out of their igloos.
They're posting nightly specials to #digoutdineout - an idea whipped up by Kevin Long of Big Night Entertainment Group (Empire, Red Lantern and GEM)
Several top restaurants and hospitality firms in Boston and Cambridge have joined the effort,... Read more
Suya Joint, which had a beer and wine license when it was on Poplar Street in Roslindale, wants to sell that license to a downtown pizza place rather than use it at its new location at 185 Dudley St.
A new law that expanded the number of liquor licenses in Boston with the goal of bringing more restaurants to neighborhoods just like Dudley Square has... Read more
El Recreo Estate Coffee opened this morning at 1876 Centre St., in the space vacated by iScream:
Dedicated to bringing premium Nicaraguan coffee while practicing social and environmental stewardship.
Snow piled higher than we can see? Giant icicles raining down on us? Temperatures plunging to negative numbers and another Nor'easter about to explode above us? Hah! This is Boston and we laugh in the face of that kind of alleged adversity and then we go out and get our iced coffees, dammit! And make 'em large!
City Councilors Ayanna Pressley (at large) and Bill Linehan (South Boston, South End, Chinatown) both say they love the idea of increasing the number of restaurants that can serve alcohol in Boston, but both are saying they have major concerns about a proposal by Councilors Michelle Wu and Steve Murphy to let smaller eateries offer BYOB service.
Pressley came at the proposal from lower... Read more
At-large City Councilors Michelle Wu and Steve Murphy are proposing a change in city ordinances to let smaller restaurants offer BYOB service.
In a proposal to go before the council tomorrow - assuming the council meets - the councilors will propose ending the city's current BYOB ban for restaurants that cannot afford one of the city's pricey liquor licenses or which are not located in... Read more
Sonia Garufi of Sophia's Grotto in Roslindale Square laughs in the face of all that snow and enjoys some chilled champagne today.
And Will leans in to hear the bear's response, at Tavern in the Square in Allston. ...
Ari Ofsevit introduces us to O'Leary's, a Boston sports bar at the Oslo airport.
Gabi Schaffzin notes:
Be sure to get the Nomar burger.
Prairie Rose Clayton reports:
I've been there and let me tell you that is confusing as hell when you are jet-lagged after flying there from Boston.
Seems there once was a lad from Sweden, who spent a summer... Read more
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Pepe's Pizza, which had planned to open up in Washington Square in Brookline, now plans to take over the Papa Razzi space in the Chestnut Hill Mall.
Your move, New Mall Across Rte. 9, whadaya got?
With the news that Boston Cheese Cellar on Birch Street is closing at the end of the month, Adam Kessel has started thinking about a whey to ensure Roslindale continues to have a gouda supply of cheesy comestibles.
A Dunkin' Donuts franchisee goes before the Boston Licensing Board next week for permission to crank up the coffee machines at 330 Washington St. (at the corner with Milk) - right up the street from the Dunkin' Donuts inside the Corner food court, a couple blocks from the Dunkin' Donuts on Tremont Street, a couple blocks from the Dunkin' Donuts at Washington and Pi Alley,... Read more