Also, Monk's Kettle has a new menu.
A new vegan-vegetarian café in Carroll Gardens.
The Herald reports that Locke-Ober, which calls itself the Taj Mahal of Boston restaurants, will shutter until March for renovations. The 136-year-old institution will reopen with a new front bar and lounge, plus refreshed banquet areas. They'll reopen in time...
A server who’s now out of a job writes an open letter.
Chef-owner John Anderson closes the neighborhood mainstay after 15 years.
The imported Rhode Island favorite fails to gain demand in Venice.
Ravi DeRossi is converting Carteles to a chef's table.
The Purple Pig looks like it might be coming to Wicker Park.
Yes, it's the stupid economy again, but at least Beacon will survive as a catering service.
One of the city's quirkier restaurants closes for a makeover.
Dogpatch: The new chef at the soon-to-relocate Piccino (1001 Minnesota) is Rachel Silcocks, formerly of Nopa. They're aiming for a March reopening. [Chron, Earlier] La Lengua: Remember how we told you that Belinda's bar was becoming The Royal Cuckoo? Well,...
It has just gotten that much harder to find an avocado-topped hot dog in midtown.
So continues the sad march toward the chainification of the NYU area.
The restaurant had a better supply of Hills fan than intriguing sushi, no matter how many times they used Nobu's name.
Also, Quattro Stagioni just opened at Kearny and Belden.
After their taco truck is stolen, the Loading Dock will close.