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Eat at All These Hot New Restuarants

Plus, don’t forget mainstays like Pleasant Cafe in Roslindale — and other top stories from the week

Overhead view of carrots and greens delicately plated
Carrots at Talulla, one of the hot new restaurants in town
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It’s been a hot week in Boston, and here on Eater Boston, things also heated up with the monthly Heatmap update and some outdoor dining fun. Also this week: more details on Night Shift’s awesome-sound expansion to Boston proper, a profile of Roslindale mainstay Pleasant Cafe, and more. Catch up on the week’s most-read stories now:

  1. The Hottest Restaurants in Boston Right Now, May 2018: So hot right now.
  2. Night Shift’s Huge New Boston Brewery Will Be Filled With Coffee and Food: Here are more details on the forthcoming Lovejoy Wharf expansion for the popular Everett brewery.
  3. The Boston Outdoor Dining Guide: Start your al fresco adventure here.
  4. Pleasant Cafe Is a Reminder That a City’s Dining Scene Is More Than the Sum of Its Shiniest New Parts: Eight decades on and still going strong.
  5. Where (and How) to Get Drunk in and Around Davis Square: Start with a sublime cocktail, and end with some Guinness.
  6. A Tequila Bar Opens Inside a Suburban Wegmans This Week: And more dining news from Boston’s suburbs and beyond.
  7. Vester Will Bring a Taste of Copenhagen to Cambridge: It’s opening alongside Dumpling Daughter in the former Ames Street Deli and Study spaces.
  8. South Indian Restaurant Arrives in Somerville With Dozens of Dosas and Samosas: Godavari Mini opened in Union Square in the former India Palace space.
  9. No One Seems to Be Sure What Will Become of Bianchi’s Pizza: Condos may or may not be replacing the Revere Beach institution.
  10. The Salvatore’s Location in the Seaport District Closed Last Week: Locations in the ‘burbs to remain open.

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