Neighborhood Watch

Sweet Caroline’s Comes to Kenmore; Storyville Starts Next Chapter

Kenmore: Sweet Caroline’s, which we really hope will be so good!, is now slinging skillet nachos and other pubbish food in the Fenway area. [UD]

Kenmore: Jerry Remy’s roofdeck is open, just in time for the first frost of the year! [AH]

Citywide: We can sleep well tonight, knowing that Brian McGrory has finally sampled several of Boston’s new food trucks and actually likes a few of them. [Globe]

Kendall Square: Catalyst officially debuted with a swank ribbon-cutting ceremony last night. [Grub Street]

Back Bay: Storyville plans to open this evening, with Bayou bites from Louis DiBiccari and tiki drinks from Bill Codman. [Earlier]

South End: Stella’s Evan Deluty is getting static about his proposed Latin American restaurant; people are particularly nervous about his patio and desire for a liquor license. Revelers? Outside? In the South End? Never. [AH]

Atlantic Wharf: Boloco plans to open a branch near Smith & Wollensky and Jody Adams’s new Trade. [BRT via AH]

Kendall Square: The Friendly Toast is looking for a buyer. Get those pancakes while you can! [BRT]

Atlantic Wharf: Sorelle Bakery has opened their third branch. [BRT]

Davis Square: Gargoyles will close on Tuesday, eventually to be replaced by the Painted Burrito. Stop by this weekend for some farewell festivities. [Earlier]

Sweet Caroline’s Comes to Kenmore; Storyville Starts Next Chapter