Highlights for the Week Ending July 6, 2012
Several more stories and articles centering on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including a restaurant moving onto the campus of a former Catholic church, a bakery-cafe shutting one of its stores, and a national restaurant guide including a North End spot among its pizza picks. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) included a new review of a Chinese restaurant in Cambridge, a slideshow on classic American dishes, and a photo of fish and chips from a seafood restaurant in Gloucester.
Below are links to these and other items from the past week:
Boston Restaurant Talk
Centre Street Sanctuary Restaurant to Open on Blessed Sacrament Campus in Jamaica Plain
Tacopocalypse Coming to Poe's Kitchen in Boston's Back Bay
Cakes Bakery and Cafe in Arlington Has Closed
Zagat Includes Galleria Umberto Among Its Picks for Best Pizza in 23 U.S. Cities
Owner of Fat Cat in Quincy to Open Passport in Weymouth
Boston's Hidden Restaurants
New Review: Mary Chung in Cambridge, MA
Updated Photo Gallery of Dive Bars in the Boston Area
Slideshow: Ten Classic American Dishes
Question: Best Pulled Pork in New England?
Photo: Fish and Chips from Captain Carlo's in Gloucester, MA
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