Neighborhood Watch

Steve’s Greek Cuisine Gets Buzzed; The Urban Grape Opens

Back Bay: Steve’s Greek Cuisine reopens tomorrow after mega-renovations. And now, in addition to gyros, they’ll have mixed drinks! [EB]

South End: High-tech wine parlor the Urban Grape has opened its first urban location. [UD]

Arlington: The once-dry town might get one more tavern. Cooper’s will replace Italian restaurant Gemma. [Patch]

TBD: Shake Shack is opening mulitple shacks throughout the city. [Earlier]

Waban: Waban Kitchen, sister restaurant of 51 Lincoln, will open “mid-autumn.” [FB]

Brookline: The Baja Taco Truck, serving up Mexican delicacies by way of San Diego, is now open for business. [Thrillist]

Quincy: Chris Parsons’s Steel & Rye will open in mid-October. [Earlier]

South End: Boston Chops, new from Chris Coombs, will not be a “typical” steakhouse. [Earlier]

South End: Cinquecento, new from the Aquitaine team, is still under construction. [BosGuy, Earlier]

South End: Noche is packing up and heading across town; a new concept from the same team will replace it. [Earlier]

Jamaica Plain: Eugene O’Neill’s Irish pub has opened. [BRT]

Assembly Row: Legal C Bar will open in the new complex, alongside Burger Dive and a second branch of Papagayo. [Globe]

Downtown: The Reserve, serving high tea and champagne, has opened inside the Langham Hote. [UD]

Steve’s Greek Cuisine Gets Buzzed; The Urban Grape Opens