Winter is here, so it's time to retire the fall opening guide. But first, here's a look back at what opened in fall 2014.
Addis Cafe: Ethiopian food in Malden (not related to Addis Red Sea).
Amelia's Taqueria: The late-night Allston taco stop added a new outpost near Northeastern.
American Fresh: Under a heated tent and consisting of multiple shipping containers and lots of brightly-colored tables and chairs, Somerville Brewing Company's beer garden opened at Assembly Row this fall. In warmer weather, it'll be open air.
Ames Street Deli: The Journeyman team opened up this bar-meets-cafe-meets-crazy-sandwich-shop this fall, literally alongside their other new Kendall Square venture, Study.
Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza: Pizza (of the coal-fired variety) in Quincy.
Bagelsaurus: After developing a cult following operating out of Cutty's in Brookline, Bagelsaurus opened its own perpetually busy bagel shop in Porter Square.
Bao Nation: Bao in the back of Shalimar (sharing space with Dosa Factory).
Barcelona Wine Bar: This small Connecticut-based restaurant group, which already has a location in Brookline's Washington Square, opened a second area location in the South End in December.
Barrington Coffee Roasting Company: This Fort Point cafe and Berkshires-based roastery opened a new cafe on Newbury Street in December.
Besito: This growing chain of upscale Mexican restaurants added a Chestnut Hill location.
Boston Common Coffee Co.: This expanding local chain added an outpost by North Station.
Broad Street Riot: Blue Inc. abruptly closed and quickly reopened (minus Jason Santos) as the oyster-focused Broad Street Riot.
BurgerFi: Boston's burger boom continued with a new location of this Florida-based chain in West Roxbury in December.
Cafe ArtScience: Food meets technology at this high-concept addition to Kendall Square, part of Paris-based Le Laboratoire.
Centre Street Cafe: A popular Jamaica Plain spot reopened under new ownership (the Tres Gatos team) after renovations and revamping. The new restaurant has an Italian spin.
Cha Shu Bubble Tea: Bubble tea, sushi, and baked goods in Malden.
Chinese Mirch: This small chain, which opened a location near Symphony this fall, offers Chinese-Indian fusion. There's another in Framingham.
Cilantro: This new Harvard Square restaurant offers soup dumplings, Peking roast duck, and lots of other options, both in the Chinese-American realm and more authentically Chinese.
Comedor: Chile meets America at this new small plates restaurant in Newton.
Common Ground: This Allston restaurant and bar expanded to Arlington.
Crumbs: The doomed cupcake chain made a comeback under new ownership, and the Financial District location was among the resurrected ones. Now, a variety of awkwardly-named pastry hybrids have joined the mix.
Darwin's Ltd.: This coffee-and-sandwich spot added a third location, this one in Central Square.
Ernesto's: This North End-based purveyor of giant pizza slices expanded to Somerville's Assembly Row this fall.
Felipe's Taqueria: The Harvard Square taco shop has finally reopened in its new, huge space (where Bertucci's used to be). There will be a full bar soon.
Fiorella's Express: This small chain of casual Italian spots (with a full-service sibling called Fiorella's) opened a new location in North Cambridge.
Five Guys: More burgers for Newton.
Forge Baking Company: This bakery and cafe, a sibling to Diesel and Bloc 11, opened on Somerville Avenue, not too far from Porter Square.
Frozen Hoagies: This ice cream sandwich truck put down roots with a brick-and-mortar location in Powder House Circle.
Ghirardelli: A chocolate shop (serving sundaes and more) at Faneuil Hall.
Gracie's Ice Cream: Somerville's Union Square now has an ice cream shop. Keep an eye out for flavors like coffee & whiskey, chocolate Fluff, and classic peppermint stick.
Gustazo Cuban: This Belmont spot relocated to Waltham.
Hot Eastern: A tiny counter in Chinatown.
Kennedy's on the Square: This "gastropub"-inspired tavern replaced First Printer in Harvard Square.
Kindred Tea & Tonic Cafe: This Davis Square cafe has begun ramping up to a full opening. Retail items are currently available, along with hot teas and some baked goods.
Koy: Korean fusion came to a former UBurger space near Faneuil Hall in December.
Lee's Burger: This Newton-based burger spot expanded to Brookline's Coolidge Corner.
Mac's Deli: A sandwich shop in Brighton. The owner also opened Nonno's Pizza near TD Garden this fall.
MAST': Neapolitan pizza, booze lockers, and more in Downtown Crossing.
Mike's Pastry: Longtime North End standby Mike's Pastry expanded across the river, opening a new location in Harvard Square.
Mix-It: Noodles and sushi in Porter Square.
Modern Underground: A bar for beer, burgers, and more, right underneath Modern Pastry.
Monica's Pizza: More pizza for the North End. This new shop is underneath sister venture Monica's Mercato.
Night Market: The former Tamarind Bay space in Harvard Square is now a cozy, brightly-colored spot for Asian street food and adult slushies.
Nonno's Pizza: Late-night pizza near TD Garden thanks to the owner of Mac's Deli in Brighton.
Olecito: This Cambridge-based taco shop (and sibling to Ole) expanded all the way out to New Bedford.
Panelli's Pizza & Parm: A new Brookline restaurant serving pizza...and parm.
PAUL: This French bakery with vast Boston-area expansion plans opened its first local outpost at Assembly Row.
Pho House: Vietnamese and Thai food in the former Tamarind House space near Porter Square.
Pon Thai Bistro: Thai food in Brookline Village.
Pret a Manger: This British grab-and-go chain lost a Back Bay location recently but gained a downtown one.
Rancatore's: This ice cream shop added a Newtonville location, making it a trio.
River Bar: This Assembly Row bar and restaurant features ample patio space and "elevated" street food.
Sabroso Taqueria: Originally shuttered thanks to the Filene's demolition downtown, this taco shop has been resurrected thanks to the team behind Zo.
La Sanghita Cafe: Vegetarian food and good vibes in East Boston.
Shanghai Jade: A replacement for Zenna Noodle Bar in Coolidge Corner.
Stage Nightclub: Located near Emerson, this "American vaudeville nightclub" soft-opened in mid-December. No word yet on a grand opening.
Study: Along with Ames Street Deli, this is a new Kendall Square spot from the Journeyman team. There's a cheese cart and tasting menus.
Tealosophy: Bubble tea and more in Allston.
Tikki Masala: Indian food in Jamaica Plain.
Top Choice Bar and Grill: Brazilian food in Malden from a Brazilian soccer player.
Union Square Donuts: After operating out of two shared spaces in the neighborhood, Union Square Donuts got its own space — still in Union Square, of course.
Viale: This Mediterranean and Italian-inspired restaurant opened in the former Rendezvous space in Central Square thanks to a couple of Green Street alums.
La Victoria Taqueria: This Beverly-based taco shop expanded to Arlington.