Highlights for the Week Ending October 5, 2012
A number of stories and articles centering on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including a nationally-known chef opening a high-end spot in Concord, a chocolate cafe in South Boston merging with an upcoming specialty market, and a decades-old Polynesian restaurant closing. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) included an updated review of a Middle Eastern restaurant west of Boston, a new photo slideshow on pizza, and a photo of a dessert from a Greek restaurant at an airport in the southwest suburbs.
Below are links to these and other items from the past week:
Boston Restaurant Talk
Oya Cuban Cafe to Open in Malden
A "Nationally-Known Chef with James Beard Foundation Recognition" to Open a Restaurant in Concord
Blue Tierra Chocolate Cafe to Close West Broadway Shop, Merge with Bees Knees
The South Pacific in Newton Has Closed
Five Horses to Apparently Open in Former Columbus Cafe Space in Boston's South End
Boston's Hidden Restaurants
Updated Review: Sahara Cafe and Restaurant in Worcester, MA
New Slideshow: Ten More Great Pizzas in the Boston Area
Photo: Chicken Satay from Zenna Noodle Bar in Brookline, MA
Question: Favorite Boston-Area Restaurant for Soup?
Photo: Ekmek from Taso's Euro-Cafe in Norwood, MA
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