A little bit of the Flea is coming to FiDi.
The new supermarket calls itself a "one-stop Greek, Persian, Indian, Russian, Israeli, and Middle Eastern grocery store."
Farm-raised produce and hand-crafted products for Downtowners who seethe green with Whole Foods envy.
It's the chain's twentieth store worldwide.
More than two years in the planning, Craig Weiss' gourmet market looks like it will take off quickly on Abbot Kinney.
Want to be the most popular house on Halloween? Stock up this Sunday at the latest Dose Market, where sweet treats will include artisanal marshmallows, S'mores (yes, we really did just say artisanal S'mores, we're going to Hell, we know...
The Boston Public Market Association hosts a community meeting tonight.
Plus: Humans are hardwired to emotionally eat; and a proposed giant market celebrating France's cuisine has no funding, all in our morning news roundup.
Trader Joe's probably has nothing to fear, but Mitsuwa might not be as lucky.
Plus scammers impersonate government health inspectors to try to steal sensitive information, and "Sad Gordo" leaves England, all in our morning news roundup.
The Culver Blvd. space will be a European cafe and market, divided by a tasting bar.
The lunch spot will take over for New York, NY Fresh Deli.
Plus, Batali shares his weight-loss tips.
FarmShop will be both a market and restaurant in The Brentwood Country Mart.
Thomas Keller's right-hand man will venture out on his own in Southern California.
Hopes ride high on Craig Weiss' venture on Abbot-Kinney.