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Top Stories of the Week: Essential Sushi; New Oyster Bar; More

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

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  1. Eight Essential Boston Sushi Restaurants: Want to start your Boston sushi journey? Here's some of the best that the area offers, spanning a variety of neighborhoods, price points, and styles.
  2. The Hourly Rides Into Harvard Square With So Many Oysters: Take a peek inside the Grafton Group's newest restaurant, now open in Cambridge.
  3. The Season in Review: Summer 2016: What opened, what closed, and more.
  4. One of the Oldest Gay Bars in Massachusetts Is Closing: Fran’s Place in Lynn will hold a goodbye party on September 24.
  5. Downtown Crossing Will Get a Barbecue Place: Shed’s BBQ is heading for Bromfield Street.
  6. Pink Samurai Saga Continues With Apparent Closure: It opened a few weeks ago.
  7. Eat Dinner in Mamaleh’s in Kendall Today: With a slice of babka for dessert.
  8. Wine Words: Best Kept Secrets at Albert’s Market in Cambridge: Where to get your convenience store staples...and hard-to-find beers and wines.
  9. Whereabouts of Mysterious Beachcomber Buyer Unknown: He didn’t turn up for a closing meeting.
  10. The Oysterman Opens Soon in Duxbury: With a raw bar, craft beer, and more.

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