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Top Stories of the Week: Iconic Boston Dishes; Essential Late-Night Food; More

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A small round piece of Boston cream pie sits on a white plate, garnished with a strawberry, chocolate sauce shaped like a row of hearts, and whipped cream
Boston Cream Pie at Parker’s Restaurant
Rachel Leah Blumenthal for Eater
  1. Boston’s 24 Most Iconic Dishes: Get to know the city with these essential eats.
  2. Blue Bottle Arrives in Cambridge in the Fall: It’s the first area location for the California coffee chain.
  3. Essential Boston Late-Night Food, According to Bartenders: Who knows late-night food better than the people who get out of work late at night?
  4. MuLan Taiwanese Restaurant Finally Reopens in Cambridge: Several years after it was destroyed in a fire.
  5. Somerville Bread Company Will Move to a Bigger Space Near Union Square: More bread and more bread-making classes.
  6. The Tatte Empire Will Grow Even Larger With a New Bakery in Back Bay: There will be a 30-seat patio at the forthcoming Boylston Street location.
  7. Philadelphia’s Honeygrow Lands in Boston Next Month: The restaurant is set to fill Fenway with stir-fry on July 14.
  8. Where to Eat Hong Kong-Style Egg Waffles in Boston: Egg puffs and puffle cones galore.
  9. Where to Eat Loukoumades Around Boston: Crispy Greek-style doughnut holes are everywhere.
  10. Brighton Bodega Opens in the Former Mandy and Joe’s Space in Brighton Center: With small plates, cocktails, and more.

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