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Top Stories of the Week: Waypoint Opening; Little Donkey Breakfast; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston's most-read stories

The interior of Little Donkey in Cambridge
Little Donkey in Cambridge
Rachel Leah Blumenthal for Eater
  1. Say Hello to Waypoint, Your New Absinthe-Filled Seafood Destination in Cambridge: Peek inside Michael Scelfo’s follow-up to Alden & Harlow.
  2. Chinatown Has a New Spot for Shaved Ice and Crepes: Time for a matcha cocoa crepe at Sakura Sunakku.
  3. Alba Team Will Open a Venetian-Style Restaurant in Quincy: Complete with house-made pasta and a raw bar.
  4. Hi B3ar Rolls Out Ice Cream in Allston: It’s a mesmerizing process.
  5. Boston Dining 101: A Guide for Students and Visitors: Everything you need to know about feeding yourself while attending school in Boston or visiting the city, from classic cheap eats to essential splurges.
  6. Little Donkey Debuts Breakfast Service in Central Square: Bagels, pastries, and more.
  7. KoKo Bakery Opens in Newton With French Bread and Pastries: Plus sandwiches and seasonal offerings.
  8. Pigalle Alum Marc Orfaly Will Open Restaurant in East Boston: He’s teaming up with the hospitality group behind Pier 6.
  9. SuperFine Is Opening Imminently on the North Shore: Pizza, West Bridge ribs, and craft cocktails.
  10. Moona Will Open This Fall in the Playska Space in Inman Square: The restaurant will focus on Eastern Mediterranean cuisine.

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