A cheap-eats favorite is gone.
Legendary Richard Burton favorite Ye Coach and Horses is closing due to a rent increase.
Original Joe's is eyeing the Joe & Eddie's space, Noe Valley gets some Blue Bottle, and a New Orleans jazz venue may expand to the Mission.
Organizer Joann Kim is weathering a “tumultuous shitshow.”
Two restaurants call it quits after less than a year, though one has gone through at least four chefs.
The former speakeasy is closing after 58 years.
The 'temporary closing' announced last month is almost definitely permanent, and a source says the owner would gladly sell as a turnkey operation.
The rumor mill is already churning with speculation about what's next for the Kong space.
The 36th annual event will feature restaurants like Lawry's, Little Dom's, and Grill on the Alley, while a certain smoothie shop definitely won't make it.
The reliable French restaurant will be retooled in August.
Billerica and Framingham locations have closed, leaving only the Waltham location open.
A neighbor confirms that the barbecue joint has been closed for several weeks.
Will the rice bowls be good enough to lure you from Santouka or Chego?
The predominantly take-out restaurant served Thai and Japanese.
The Greek restaurant had been open for just over a year.
The second of two Cafe Pragues closes, but a replacement is soon on the way.
The approachable Italian joint says goodbye after just four months.
New Rod Dee, just up Beacon Street, will remain open.
Union Trust backers are behind the new project taking its place.