Monday, March 10, 2014

Highlights for the Week Ending March 7, 2014

A few more stories and articles centering on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including a popular restaurant in the Fenway changing hands, the new mayor of Boston looking to allow some restaurants and bars to stay open later, and a pair of ramen spots based in New York opening a third location in Allston. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) included a new review of a restaurant and bar in Malden, a slideshow on starters and sides, and a photo of dumplings from a dining spot in Somerville.

Below are links to these and other items from the past week:

Boston Restaurant Talk

Audubon Circle in Boston to Become Audubon; Trina's Starlite Team Behind the New Place

Mayor Walsh Looking at Plan to Allow Boston Restaurants and Bars to Stay Open Until 3:30 AM

Totto Ramen Is Coming to Allston

New Restaurant That Will Be "French in Spirit" Coming to Former Chez Henri Space in Cambridge

Red Rock Bistro in Swampscott Has Closed; New Restaurant on the Way

Boston's Hidden Restaurants

New Review: Pearl Street Station Restaurant in Malden, MA

Slideshow: Twelve More Starters and Sides from Restaurants in the Boston Area and Beyond

Updated Review: Wang's in Somerville, MA

Photo: Steak Tips from Pearl Street Station Restaurant in Malden, MA

Photo: Dumplings from Wang's in Somerville, MA



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