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Soup Dumplings Are a Good Solution for Spring Days That Feel Like Winter

Plus, Boston’s got some good burritos — and other top stories from the week

Soup dumplings from Dumpling Kitchen in Somerville
Soup dumplings from Dumpling Kitchen in Somerville
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It was a week full of soup dumplings, burritos, hummus, and false snowstorms. As the weekend arrives, here’s a look back at the most-read stories this week, from a Korean food crawl through Allston to pizza croissants in Maine:

  1. Somerville’s Got Some New Soup Dumplings: Get juicy buns, roast beef rolled up in scallion pancakes, and more delivered to your door.
  2. Where to Eat Burritos in and Around Boston: Sorry: Chipotle didn’t make the cut.
  3. Australia’s Humanitarian Burrito Shop Kicks Off US Arrival in Cambridge: Zambrero’s first two locations in the United States — Cambridge and Warwick, RI — opened this week.
  4. Go to Allston and Feast on Korean Food: Do the obvious and get Korean barbecue, and then do the less obvious and get Korean poutine.
  5. Wink & Nod Welcomes a New Hummus-Filled Pop-Up to the South End: Tavern Road’s Louis DiBiccari introduces Humaari, which will operate at Wink & Nod for six months.
  6. Moona Is Making Mondays Better With Cheap Bar Bites: Plus, updates on local crowdfunding campaigns, and more news.
  7. Eat Pizza Croissants at Maine’s Newest Bakery Pop-Up, Courtesy of the Eventide Team: And other regional food and beverage updates from New England, beyond the borders of Massachusetts.
  8. Take a Tour of the Best Hockey and Basketball Bars Near TD Garden: Where to drink before (or after) a Bruins or Celtics game.
  9. Five Restaurants to Try This Weekend Around Boston: Bao Edition: Stuffed with everything from pork belly to fried oysters.
  10. Snag a Free Pizza Today at the New Blaze in Burlington: Plus, Row 34 is celebrating Péché Day, Moroccan Hospitality Restaurant got its liquor license, and more news.

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