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Top Stories of the Week: Scorpion Bowls; Roast Beef Sandwiches; More

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A beef on weck sandwich with rare roast beef on a kimmelweck bun and a silver cup of au jus
Beef on weck at All Star Sandwich Bar in Cambridge
Rachel Leah Blumenthal for Eater
  1. Two Big Clubs Open in the Seaport Next Week, and There Will Be Scorpion Bowls: Big Night Entertainment Group’s Scorpion Bar and the Grand are about to arrive.
  2. Head North of Boston for a Roast Beef Sandwich Road Trip: There are a few solid options in Boston proper, but the North Shore is the ultimate roast beef destination.
  3. Acclaimed Moody’s Delicatessen Expands to Boston Next Month, and That’s Not All: Moody’s tacos, barbecue, and a raw bar in Waltham; a holiday pop-up on Newbury Street; and California expansion.
  4. Boston Fine Dining Chef to Open Casual Suburban Spot: Patrick Campbell will open the Stones Common House & Kitchen in Stoneham early next year.
  5. Oisa Ramen Trades in Pop-ups for Permanent Home in Downtown Boston: Adjacent to a forthcoming tiki bar.
  6. Where to Eat Vegetarian and Vegan Food in Boston: The city has plenty of meat-free options.
  7. Burlington Will Get a Little Friendlier and Toastier on Monday: A new Friendly Toast opens on October 23 with Pop Rocks-rimmed martinis and more.
  8. Construction Alters Operations for a Trio of Businesses in Central Square: Cinderella’s is closing permanently, Patty Chen’s will close for a while, and Toscanini’s production space will move.
  9. The Art of the Meal at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: Being surrounded by constant beauty helps chef Peter Crowley create some beauty of his own.
  10. Where to Find Taco Tuesday Deals in Boston: And don’t forget Choco Taco Tuesday.

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