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Eat ‘Adult Snacks’ at a New Fenway Spot

Plus, Bill Murray allegedly poured water on a photographer at a Martha’s Vineyard restaurant — and other top stories from the week

Ham and cheese croquettes with raclette and ham cradle scraps and pickled vegetables at Fool’s Errand
Ham and cheese croquettes at Fool’s Errand
Emily Kan/Fool’s Errand

As the week draws to a close, here’s a look back at the most-read stories this week, from a sneak peek at the food at Tiffani Faison’s highly anticipated Fool’s Errand, which opened yesterday, to a map of Boston’s best restaurants and bars for cheap live music.

  1. Tiffani Faison’s New Fenway ‘Adult Snack Bar’ Serves Small Bites to a Standing Crowd: Sneak a peek at the Fool’s Errand menu.
  2. Bill Murray Allegedly Part of ‘Do You Know Who I Am?’ Fight at Vineyard Restaurant: Plus, stream Julia Child’s The French Chef online, and more news.
  3. 20 Outstanding Boston-Area Sushi Restaurants: From simple perfection to mountains of gold flakes and truffles.
  4. Farmer-Owned Restaurant Group Contemplates Boston Expansion: Founding Farmers is on the lookout for local real estate.
  5. Somerville Mayor Vows to Never Drink Sam Adams Following Founder’s Trump Praise: Plus, restaurateur Michael Schlow continues to open non-Boston restaurants, and more news.
  6. A New Somerville Hotel Restaurant Is Serving ‘Caipbeerinhas’ and Carrot Cake ‘Fries’: Plus, the Mass. Ave. Il Mondo is closed, and more news.
  7. Noon Mediterranean, Formerly Verts, Closes Two of Its Three Boston Outposts: The Summer Street location remains open.
  8. Intelligentsia Opens Its First Boston Proper ‘Coffeebar’ in Post Office Square: Look inside the new downtown location.
  9. Gigantic Doughnuts Are Headed for Westborough: And more dining news from Boston’s suburbs and beyond.
  10. Visit These Boston Bars and Restaurants for Cheap Live Music: From jazz to punk to mariachi, the city offers something for every musical taste.

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