Highlights for the Week Ending July 11, 2014
A few more stories and articles centering on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including a French and Cambodian dining spot moving its Boston location to another part of the city, a chain of burger restaurants opening a second shop in the area, and a landmark pizza place getting ready to close its doors. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) included a new review of a pizza place in Everett, a slideshow on seafood items in the Boston area and beyond, and a photo of pork chops from a hotel restaurant in Winthrop.
Below are links to these and other items from the past week:
Boston Restaurant Talk
Elephant Walk Plans to Open in former BoMA Space in Boston's South End
Is Conrad's Coming to Sudbury?
BurgerFi Planning to Open in West Roxbury
Imperial Pizza in Brighton Is Closing
Slumbrew/Somerville Brewing Company to Open American Fresh Taproom at Assembly Row in Somerville
Boston's Hidden Restaurants
New Review: Nana's Pizza in Everett, MA
Photo: Breakfast Burrito from Leggos in Holbrook, MA
Slideshow: Twelve More Seafood Dishes from Boston-Area and New England Restaurants
Updated Review: Maxie's Delicatessen in Stoughton, MA
Photo: Pork Chops from the Winthrop Arms in Winthrop, MA
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