Eater Boston reports Tilted Kilt, a Brookline Avenue chain outlet featuring Hooters-like waitresses, only in kilts, has closed forever, after barely a year in business.
Duke Bennett visits the new Dunkin' (yes, just Dunkin') at 588 Washington St. in Quincy (where Wild Willy's Hamburgers used to be).
The Dorchester Reporter digs into the news that DJ’s European Market & Deli - one of three Polish delis in the Polish Triangle - is looking to expand.
Urban Axes plans to open this summer, Bizbash reports.
Shoppers at Whole Foods stores across the Boston area are reporting serious shortages tonight - not of milk, eggs and bread, but of some fruits and green vegetables. Read more.
The eggman got to the egg case at the Dedham Stop & Shop just in time, in this case around 4:30 p.m. The store was pretty crowded, as were the Star Market and Roche Bros. in West Roxbury.
Boston Magazine reports the people behind a bacon food truck are opening a bacon restaurant in Charlestown, possibly as early as February.
A Chestnut Hill Avenue pizza place that has racked up more than two weeks' worth of license suspensions and a rollback in hours by the Boston Licensing Board over the past year because underage BC students keep finding ways to get drinks will have to stop selling alcohol for a week next month after state alcohol agents found four underage drinkers. Read more.
The Dedham Stop & Shop has sliced open one of each type of fruit so shoppers can see what the insides of them look like.
A developer has proposed a series of seafood buildings in the Raymond Flynn Marine Park that would include Boston's first public seafood market as well as new space for seafood processors. Read more.
The Bay State Banner reports the Dudley Square Tasty Burger looks to be shutting down, in addition to Dudley Dough, but adds plans are in the works for four new restaurants for the square.
The Zoning Board of Appeal yesterday approved Sadiq Ahmad's request to re-open the shuttered New York Fried Chicken take-out place on River Street, near Hyde Park Avenue, as New Yorker Fried Chicken. Read more.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Sunset Grill and Tap on Brighton Avenue has said adios to customers and closed its doors for good.
The Boston Licensing Board this morning rolled back closing time for Agoros Bar and Grill, 356 Chestnut Hill Ave., from 1 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. after BPD detectives found yet another underage BC student with a drink inside, on Oct. 22 - the eighth such violation since the place opened last fall. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board today chose an existing Mission Hill Thai/sushi restaurant for the one liquor license it had over a proposed shaken-seafood place in Roslindale. Read more.