Neighborhood Watch

Boylston Street Excites; Belly Up in Kendall Square

Boylston Street: This is one of the “most exciting” food streets in the United States. Take note. [Zagat]

Back Bay: TC’s Lounge is on the prowl for a new location. [Twitter via EB]

Harvard Square: Harvard University’s 2012 public lecture series line-up looks enticing. [Harvard/SEAS]

Amherst: In other higher-ed news, UMASS students have created the world’s largest seafood stew. [CBS]

Kendall Square: Belly Wine Bar, from the cordial folks behind Central Bottle, opens on Monday. [EB]

Beacon Hill: A Mongolian restaurant might move into the old Spotted Apron space. [BRT]

Cambridge: Tatte cookies has partnered with Williams-Sonoma to create 16 products for the fall and winter. [Earlier]

Harvard Square: Michael Schlow is behind the Sinclair, the new restaurant-within-a-music-venue, also called the Sinclair, at 53 Church St. [Earlier, Chowder]

Porter Square: Giulia, an Umbrian-influenced restaurant from Via Matta’s Michael Pagliarini and his wife, Pamela Ralston, will open in mid-October where Rafiki and the Forest Cafe once stood. [Earlier]

Boylston Street Excites; Belly Up in Kendall Square