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Top Stories of the Week: Giant Lobster Rolls; Thanksgiving Pies; More

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A man stands behind a giant five-foot-long lobster roll, arms outstretched to show off the length of the sandwich. It is sitting on a giant piece of cardboard spread across two small round tables.
Five-foot lobster roll at Lobstah on a Roll in the South End
  1. New South End Restaurant Serves Five-Foot-Long Lobster Rolls: Made with the meat of 80 lobsters.
  2. Popular North End Restaurant Carmen Will Be Reborn at Assembly Row Next Year: Carmen closed down in July 2016.
  3. Clear Flour Bread Switches Hands, But Not Methods: The new owners have ties to Brookline and the support of the previous owners.
  4. Sweetgreen Unleashes Piles of Greens on Boston This Week, With a Side of Sticky Buns: Two new locations open downtown.
  5. Bow Market Will Have a Seafood Shop With Poke Bowls, Fish Tacos, and More: Highlighting fresh and smoked seafood from Red’s Best and Boston Smoked Fish Company.
  6. The Hottest Brunches in Boston Right Now, Fall 2017: Tired of your usual brunching routine?
  7. Where to Order Thanksgiving Pies Around Boston: Pumpkin, chocolate tahini swirl, blueberry crumble, and more.
  8. Self Portrait, the Reborn T.W. Food, Has Closed in Cambridge: The Wiechmanns have shuttered their French bistro.
  9. Seaport Will Get a Farm-to-Table Restaurant Where Anthony’s Pier 4 Once Stood: From the same person behind Woods Hill Table.
  10. It’s Cider Doughnut Season: Where to Eat Them Not Too Far From Boston: Go for the doughnuts, stay for the cider and pies.

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