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Top Stories of the Week: Doughnuts in Brookline; Vegetarian Restaurants; More

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

The bar at Olé
Rachel Leah Blumenthal for Eater
  1. Union Square Donuts Opens This Week in Brookline: The popular Somerville doughnut shop now has a new brick-and-mortar sibling near Coolidge Corner.
  2. The Centre Bar Will Close Its Doors in Dorchester: Apartments will be built above it.
  3. Where to Eat Vegetarian and Vegan Food in Boston: 28 spots for meat-free dining.
  4. New BYOB Rules for Boston, Cooking the Sofra Cookbook, and More Updates to Start the Day: Mini mid-week news bites, including new regulations that will give some small Boston restaurants the opportunity to get BYOB licenses.
  5. Add These January 2017 Food Events to Your Calendar: English muffin pizzas, ramen, baklava ice cream, and more things to eat in the remainder of the month.
  6. An Opening Date for Burro Bar, SRV Gets a Pastry Chef, and More Updates to Start the Week: Mini news bites to start the week, including SRV’s hiring of Townsman alum Meghan Thompson as head pastry chef.
  7. These Restaurants Opened Around Boston in Winter 2017: 25 and counting.
  8. SoulFire Allston Will Follow Suit After Mission Hill Closure: Today’s the final day to visit SoulFire’s original Allston location.
  9. Troquet Closes on Boylston Street Next Week for Relocation: The new location, dubbed Troquet on South, is slated to open next month.
  10. Change Will Come to Ole and Olecito With the Departure of Chef/Co-Owner Erwin Ramos: Under new management, Olecito will be consolidated into the Ole space across the street as a burrito bar.

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