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Top Stories of the Week: Essential New England Restaurants; a New East Boston Restaurant; More

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

In O Ya’s “legs & eggs” dish, several pieces of sushi sit on a plate, topped with caviar and Maine lobster
“Legs and eggs” at O Ya
Bill Addison for Eater
  1. Eater’s Guide to New England’s 38 Essential Restaurants Debuts With Plenty of Boston Picks: Row 34, O Ya, Sportello, and more.
  2. Tim Maslow Wants to Open a Restaurant That Boston Can Love: Meanwhile, the new father is finding joy in helping out at Mida in the South End.
  3. Look Inside Cunard Tavern, Debuting in Eastie Next Week: A new addition to Jeffries Point.
  4. East Cambridge’s Pronto Cafe Is Turning Into the Area’s Only Uyghur Restaurant: “Pronto Uyghur” will soon grandly open as Silk Road, but you can eat there now.
  5. Cambridge Tells Shepard to Stop Using Wood and Charcoal (and More Updates): A summer solstice party at Steel & Rye, “Nashville hot” karaage at a Mei Mei pop-up, and other news bites.
  6. The Blue Ox Chef Matt O’Neil Opens Ledger in Salem: In a historic bank space.
  7. Sea Level Oyster Bar Floats Into Newburyport: The sister of a Salem restaurant arrived last Friday.
  8. Where to Drink Beer in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Breweries galore.
  9. Chiharu Arrives in Brookline With Colorful Sushi, Ramen, and Bubble Tea: The restaurant offers dine-in or take-out.
  10. Devra First Is Reviewing Restaurants Again (and More Updates): A new DavidsTea opens, the Chez Henri Cuban sandwich is popping up next month, and other news bites.

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