Neighborhood Watch

Burritos, Bars, and Burgers: Your Week in Neighborhood News

Allston: As we noted the other day during that Twitter tiff, Boloco wants to move to the Kelly’s Roast Beef spot, which will be sadly vacant come Sunday. [Globe, Earlier]

Beacon Hill: Sad news for Villa Mexico: The beloved restaurant has been denied its request to move to a new location. [Patch via Eater, Earlier]

Union Square: Backbar, the new drinkery from the Journeyman team, will open next week. [Chowder]

Beacon Hill: Griddlers opens on Monday. [Earlier]

West Roxbury: The Red-Eyed Pig, not to be confused with the Salty Pig, opens this evening. Pork belly donuts, anyone? [Eater, BRT]

South Boston: Pinky’s Deli, slinging upscale sandwiches inside Local 149, is now open. [Earlier]

Prudential: The Palm will relocate to the Financial District, possibly to be replaced by Fogo de Chao. [AH]

Davis Square: The neighborhood will soon be home to a second branch of Tasty Burger. [Chowder, Earlier]

Burlington: The blossoming culinary mecca is getting its very own Tavern in the Square, slated to open sometime in 2012. [BRT]

South End: Siena Farms now has a brick-and-mortar shop. It’s run by Chris Kurth, husband of Oleana’s Ana Sortun. [Chowder, BRT]

Back Bay: The Otherside Cafe will remain ensconced in its Back Bay digs until January 2012, before being replaced by a furniture store. They’re scouting new locations, so don’t despair just yet. [Phlog]

Burritos, Bars, and Burgers: Your Week in Neighborhood News