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Top Stories of the Week: Sushi Burritos; Eataly’s New Restaurant; More

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

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  1. Boston Restaurants Standing in Solidarity With ‘A Day Without a Woman’ Strike: Some local restaurants closed for the day on March 8 or expressed support in other ways.
  2. Intelligentsia Coffee Will Flood Watertown With Free Coffee This Week: The cafe will open in the spring, but the team is starting to introduce itself to the neighborhood.
  3. Where to Eat Vegetarian and Vegan Food in Boston: Some of the best options for meat-free dining.
  4. Nirvana: The Taste of India Opens in Cambridge: The restaurant offers a lunch buffet and dinner service.
  5. Davis Square Donuts and Bagels Will, in Fact, Open in Somerville: There’s a new owner involved.
  6. Crossroads Irish Pub Has Officially Closed: End of an era for the Back Bay bar.
  7. Eataly’s New Restaurant Terra Opens Next Month: With wood-fired dishes and barrel-aged beer.
  8. Closure Updates: Recent Restaurant Farewells Around Greater Boston: MeatBall Kitchen, Brick Wall Kitchen, Einstein Bros., and Wicked Restaurant and Wine Bar are no more.
  9. Yoki Express Is Now Open and Filling Seaport With Sushi Burritos: It’s a sibling of Medford’s Yoki Restaurant & Bar.
  10. Ronsky’s Pop-up Turns Permanent in Chestnut Hill: Care for some ricotta doughnuts and espresso?

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