Monday, November 28, 2011

Highlights for the Week Ending November 25, 2011

A few more stories focusing on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including a coffee company in the Berkshires opening a cafe in Boston, a pair of chefs from a high-end restaurant opening a ramen noodle pop-up spot, and the demolishing of a building that once housed a Boston Red Sox slugger's restaurant. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) had a new review of a Quincy restaurant as well as photo of French toast from a breakfast and lunch spot in Quincy and updated results of a reader poll of best restaurants of 2011.

Below are links to these and other items from the past week:

Boston Restaurant Talk

The Rumor Mill: Michael Schlow, Ten Tables, Jamie Bissonnette, and More

Barrington Coffee Roasting Company to Open a Cafe in Boston's Fort Point Neighborhood

Chefs from o ya in Boston to Open Guchi's Midnight Ramen Pop-up Restaurant

Swissbakers in Reading to Open Second Location in Allston

Former Big Papi's Grille to Be Taken Down; David Ortiz Parts Ways with Classic Restaurant Concepts

Boston's Hidden Restaurants

New Review: Louis in Quincy, MA

Photo: French Toast from McKay's in Quincy, MA

Some Facts About Turkey (and Turkeys)

Updated Results of Reader Poll of Best 2011 Restaurants

Photo: Mussels Bianco from Louis in Quincy, MA

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