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Margaritas on Tap Are Coming to Commonwealth Avenue

Plus, try a dozen hot new restaurants in September — and other top stories from the week

Drinks, nachos, and fries at Sunset Cantina, which will soon get a reboot from new management
Drinks, nachos, and fries at Sunset Cantina, which will soon get a reboot from new management
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As the week draws to a close, here’s a look back at the most-read stories this week, from the updated Heatmap to news of a longtime Revere Beach pizzeria closing (for now).

  1. The Hottest Restaurants in Boston Right Now, September 2018: So hot right now.
  2. A Palatial Restaurant Filled With Latin-Asian Cuisine Debuts Tonight in Back Bay: The former Liquid Art House space is now home to Nahita.
  3. Sunset Cantina Will Get a Reboot From a Familiar Boston Restaurant Group: The East Coast Tavern Group wants to restore the restaurant to its original Tex-Mex glory, and there will be margaritas on tap.
  4. A Harvard Square Jazz Venue Becomes a Beer Hall: Beat Brasserie has closed and will rebrand as a beer hall, reopening later this month.
  5. Harvard’s Renovated Smith Campus Center Is Filled With Popular Dining Options: The new building is home to Bon Me, Blackbird Doughnuts, Pavement Coffeehouse, and more.
  6. Fine French Pastries Fly Into Somerville on Friday: Finesse Pastries debuts its new shop this week.
  7. Davis Square Is Getting Another Bar in the Old Joshua Tree Space: Elm Street Taproom to fill the void left by the popular college bar.
  8. Popular Ice Cream Shop That’s Hard to Reach From Boston Wants to Expand Closer to Boston: A Central Square, Cambridge location is now in the works for Hudson’s New City Microcreamery.
  9. Dragon Pizza Breathes Fire Into Davis Square Tonight: The collaboration between two longtime Boston chefs makes its debut.
  10. Bianchi’s Pizza Closed Its Doors Over the Weekend: The acclaimed beachside pizzeria will return, though.

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