With the economy in such rough shape, one would think that restaurants would be closing all over the Boston area. But oddly enough, the past month has seen a slew of restaurant openings throughout the region, with realtively few dining spots closing.
Restaurants that have opened in late October and November include (in no particular order): The Littlest Bar
, an Irish pub in the Financial District of Boston; Taste of Siam
, a Thai restaurant in Stoneham; The Local
, a restaurant and pub in West Newton; Craigie on Main
, a New American restaurant between Central and Kendall Squares in Cambridge; Bina Osteria
, an Italian restaurant near Downtown Crossing in Boston; Emilianoz
, a Mexican restaurant in Medford; Shabu Square
, an Asian hot pot restaurant in the Harvard Square section of Cambridge; The Franklin Cafe
, an upscale comfort food place in South Boston; Sportello
, an Italian restaurant in the Fort Point Channel district of Boston, and Tsunami
, a Japanese restaurant in Arlington.
As we hear about more restaurant openings (or closings) in the Boston area over the coming weeks, we will be sure to let you know.
Labels: new Boston restaurants, restaurant openings