Elsewhere, Thierry Perez closes his French market and cafe L'Epicerie.
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The city's oldest food event found legends serving aside the hottest new restaurants.
Puck's place looks rather austere in comparison to its old Mediterranean digs.
The opening date of this burger-joint-wihtin-a-gastropub was pushed back from earlier this month.
The restaurant-within-a-restaurant will serve burgers and shakes over lunchtime.
Brewmaster David Larsen will introduce his double IPA and pale ale, with plans to follow with an imperial stout and rye IPA.
Haven's beats four other versions, including offerings from Short Order and Comme Ca.
Over 200 people will get their chance to taste the coveted triple IPA this Monday.
Now with more beer. A LOT more beer!
The new location includes a brewery, if the gastropub's 52 taps and 100-strong bottle list don't do it for you.
New stand alone eateries cannot be built within a half-mile of one another, while a joke recipe makes a lot of people see red.