Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Highlights for the Week Ending May 22, 2015

A few more stories and articles centering on the Boston-area restaurant scene came out over the past week, including the people behind a series of pop-ups opening a restaurant in Somerville, the parent company of an iconic pizzeria going bankrupt, and a second location of a popular Boston oyster bar coming to the suburbs. In addition, our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants) included an updated review of an Italian eatery in Malden, a photo of a bagel from a Brockton spot, and a question on cheap eats in the Boston area.

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

Boston Restaurant Talk

Bread and Salt Team Plan to Open Juliet in Somerville's Union Square

Parent Company of Regina Pizzeria in Boston's North End Files for Bankruptcy

Nancy Batista-Caswell (Ceia and Brine in Newburyport) to Open Oak and Rowan in Boston's Fort Point

Island Creek Oyster Bar to Open in Burlington

Flat Black Coffee to Open on the Boston Waterfront

Boston's Hidden Restaurants

Updated Review: Pasta Market Cafe in Malden, MA

New Photo: Sesame Bagel from Back Bay Bagel Company in Brockton, MA

Question: Favorite Cheap Eats Places in the Boston Area?

New Photo: Pork and Chive Dumplings from Dumpling Daughter in Weston, MA

New Photo: Hot Dog Plate from Tony's Clam Shop in Quincy, MA

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