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Top Stories of the Week: Saloniki, Philz Coffee, Dig Inn, and Oath Craft Are Expanding

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

Interior of Saloniki in Fenway
Saloniki (Fenway)
Katie Chudy for Eater
  1. Two Defunct Downtown Restaurants Will Be Reborn as an Italian Eatery and a Sports Bar: Right around the corner from each other.
  2. Saloniki Is Expanding Across the River to Cambridge: Plus, there’s a brand new dessert, sausage, and Big Papi-inspired sandwich.
  3. San Francisco-Based Philz Coffee Heads for Boston: The chain just received a hefty dose of funding.
  4. James Beard Award-Winning Chef Takes Over The Pop-Up at The Street: Ron Suhanosky debuts Ronsky’s today.
  5. Kamakura to Bring Contemporary Kaiseki Cuisine to Boston: Youji Iwakura (Snappy Ramen, Uni) is behind the new restaurant, in the works in downtown Boston.
  6. Dig Inn Will Open More Boston Locations: The company also has a new COO.
  7. Oath Craft Pizza Gets Huge Money From Investors and Will Expand to New York and DC: The Nantucket pizza shop has come a long way in a short time.
  8. UpperWest Arrives in Cambridge With Cheese, Charcuterie, and More: Tasting flights, events, and demonstrations galore.
  9. Pressed Opens Its New South End Location Today: Juices, paletas, vegan-friendly snacks, and more.
  10. Kimchi Kitchen Returns to East Cambridge Today: It closed for repairs in early June.

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