Highlights for the Week Ending September 7, 2012
A few more stories and articles centering on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including a classic dive bar losing its home, a popular restaurant guide including a Boston thoroughfare among its picks for most exciting food streets, and a university creating a record-setting seafood dish. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) included an updated review of a breakfast and lunch spot south of Boston, a slideshow of specific restaurant dishes that college students may want to try, and a photo of a dessert from a hilltop dining spot in NE Connecticut.
Below are links to these and other items from the past week:
Boston Restaurant Talk
Sheryl Julian, Boston Globe Food Section Recognized by Association of Food Journalists
TC's Lounge Loses Its Home
Zagat Includes Boston's Boylston Street Among Its 7 Most Exciting Food Streets in the U.S.
UBurger Opens at Northeastern University
UMass Amherst Creates 6,656-Pound Seafood Stew to Set Guinness World Record
Boston's Hidden Restaurants
Updated Review: Ashley's in Braintree, MA
New Slideshow: Ten Dishes for College Students in the Boston Area
Photo: Corned Beef Sandwich from Zaftigs in Brookline, MA
Question: Who Makes the Best Pizza in New England?
Photo: Chocolate Mousse Pie from the Vanilla Bean Cafe in Pomfret, CT
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