Highlights for the Week Ending February 8, 2013
A few more stories and articles centering on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including the owner of a landmark Boston restaurant possibly being bought by another company, an eatery with locations in Washington, DC, and Somerville further expanding into the Boston area, and a pizza spot in Allston closing its doors. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) included a new review of a restaurant in East Boston, a photo of a dessert item from a restaurant in Jamaica Plain, and a question on a Mexican item.
Below are links to these and other items from the past week:
Boston Restaurant Talk
Landry’s Inc. Makes Offer for Ark Restaurants (Owner of Durgin-Park)
Bar Louie Plans to Open in Boston's Fenway Neighborhood
Amsterdam Falafelshop to Open Four More Locations in the Boston Area
Peace o' Pie in Allston Has Closed
Pastoral to Open in Boston's Fort Point Neighborhood
Boston's Hidden Restaurants
New Review: Sonny Noto's in East Boston, MA
Photo: Brownie Sundae from the Dogwood Cafe in Jamaica Plain, MA
Updated Review: City Girl Cafe in Cambridge, MA
Best Burrito in the Boston Area?
Photo: Baconattor Burger from O'Sullivan's in Somerville, MA
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