Neighborhood Watch

Salty Pig Plans to Open Next Thursday; Blue Inc. to Follow on Friday

Back Bay: The Salty Pig, boasting a wide range of “salty pig parts” in the form of house-cured meats, from the masterminds behind Coda and Canary Square, is now slated to open next Thursday. [Grub Street]

Greenway: Jason Santos’ much-anticipated Blue Inc. will debut next Friday, per a rep. [Grub Street]

Seaport: Morton’s will host a margarita tasting on July 7, beginning at 6 p.m. The tasting is $35 per person. [Grub Street]

Throughout Boston: The Kickass Cupcake truck, destroyed in a fire, will ride triumphant once more beginning on July 11, parking at locations throughout the city. [BRT]

Downtown: The Cooking Channel’s country-roving ice cream truck will park at 45 School St. from noon until 6 p.m. on July 4, featuring an assortment of obscure and traditional flavors. [Track the Truck]

North Andover:
Whim, a once-a-week pop-up at Smolak Farms, is now open every Wednesday through late August. A three-course prix fixe dinner goes for $60, cooked by a rotating assortment of chefs including Bondir’s Jason Bond and Tremont 647’s Andy Husbands. [BRT]

Back Bay: Bistro du Midi will offer a week-long Bastille Day menu, beginning July 11. Make reservations now; the menu goes for $45. [Grub Street]

51 Lincoln will offer a month-long, three-course barbecue menu featuring specialties from North Carolina, Texas, Georgia, and Kansas City. [Grub Street]

Back Bay: Whiskey Park has closed. [Grub Street]

Winchester: Parsons Table’s Chris Parsons is about to relaunch his old restaurant, Catch, downtown. Boston says he’s “close to finalizing a location, and hopes to open his doors in late summer or early fall.” [Boston]

Salty Pig Plans to Open Next Thursday; Blue Inc. to Follow on Friday