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Top Stories of the Week: Day Without Immigrants; By Chloe Is Almost Here; More

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

Spicy pork bulgogi at Reliable Market
Spicy pork bulgogi at Reliable Market
Rachel Leah Blumenthal for Eater
  1. Boston Restaurants Standing in Solidarity With ‘A Day Without Immigrants’ Strike: A list of restaurants that closed for the day on February 16 or supported the nationwide protest in other ways.
  2. By Chloe Arrives in Boston Next Week With So Much Vegan Food: The New York-based restaurant group is opening in the Seaport (and later, Fenway).
  3. The Boston Beer Garden in Southie Closes This Sunday: It won’t be around for St. Patrick’s Day, but it’ll go out with a bang this weekend.
  4. Here Are the Local James Beard Foundation Semifinalists for 2017: The nominee list will be announced on March 15.
  5. Last Call: These Restaurants Are Closing But Haven't Yet Closed: Bookmark this storystream to keep an eye on restaurants that have announced a closing date but haven’t yet reached that date — and visit them while you can. This stream will be updated periodically.
  6. Somerville’s Reliable Market Now Serves Hot Entrees for Dining in and Takeout: Hearty portions of Korean food in the middle of the market.
  7. Pedro’s Tacos Closes on February 24, But a New Place Is Opening North of the City: Last call for fish tacos.
  8. Tatte Continues Its Sweet March to Bakery Domination With Forthcoming Fenway Location: Opening fall 2017 at 1350 Boylston.
  9. Chicken & Rice Guys Hatches Its Downtown Crossing Location on February 23: Free giveaways throughout the day.
  10. Flatbread Company and More Headed to Boston Landing in Brighton: Another opportunity for candlepin bowling.

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