Highlights for the Week Ending December 14, 2012
Several more stories and articles centering on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including a restaurant, cafe, and produce market possibly coming to an historic structure, a well-known chef and restaurateur opening a new dining spot in Somerville, and a voting bracket set up for bar food. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) included an updated review of a seaside breakfast and lunch spot, a question on corned beef hash, and a photo of a small plate/appetizer from a restaurant in downtown Boston.
Below are links to these and other items from the past week:
Boston Restaurant Talk
Harvest Co-op Opens in the Forest Hills Section of Jamaica Plain
Restaurant, Cafe, Produce Market Planned for Former Roslindale Substation
Ana Sortun (Oleana, Sofra) to Open Restaurant in Former Paddock Space in Somerville
Crescent Ridge Dairy in Holbrook Has Closed
NESN Sets Up a "Best Sports Bar Dish" Competition
Boston's Hidden Restaurants
Updated Review: Toast in Hull, MA
Photo: Pepperoni, Coppa, and Mushroom Pizza from When Pigs Fly Pizzeria in Kittery, ME
Restaurant Closings/Openings in December (So Far)
Question: Best Corned Beef Hash in the Boston Area?
Photo: Brussels Sprouts Roasted in Bacon Fat from Marliave in Boston, MA
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