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BRIGHTON — Mobile pizzeria Pizza Project has put down roots and is now selling fluffy, square Sicilian slices and sandwiches at the Charles River Speedway. Don’t miss the stuffed hot cherry peppers if they are on the menu when you go — the Boston Globe dubbed them the “best snack this side of the river.” 525 Western Avenue
CAMBRIDGE — Quick-service spot King’s Pizzeria & Grille, a sibling shop to King’s Famous Roast Beef Pizza & Seafood in Salem and Gloucester, is now open, according to Cambridge Day. 1621 Cambridge Street
DOWNTOWN BOSTON — The Nada Cart, an empanada startup from Stephanie Carteiro and Keneddy Lavour, is now selling its flaky, savory pastries at Faneuil Hall, the Boston Globe reports. 8 North Market Street
DOWNTOWN BOSTON — Caveau, the latest restaurant-slash-nightclub from the same vibey group behind downtown spots like Mariel and Lolita, is now open in a subterranean lair draped in moss and disco balls. 1 Center Plaza
EAST SOMERVILLE — Sister’s Caribbean, a new Haitian restaurant run by sisters-in-law Rosedalie and Yves Elysse, opened on Broadway this spring. The business was a longtime dream for the whole family, Yves tells Eater. Some of the most popular dishes in the restaurant’s opening months include lalo, a rich stew made with fresh jute leaves and beef, and crispy patties stuffed with chicken, beef, or smoked herring. 83B Broadway
FENWAY — South Boston hangout Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar has taken over the short-lived PlantPub space in Fenway, according to a press rep, bringing its lineup of tacos, burritos, oysters, ceviche, and more to the neighborhood. 61 Brookline Avenue
FINANCIAL DISTRICT — Say Weekend, a Korean bakery and Vietnamese coffee shop from the same team behind Say Coffee in Fenway’s Time Out Market, is now open, according to Downtown Boston BID. 99 Summer Street
MEDFORD — Beloved restaurant and live music venue Deep Cuts has found a new, long-term home in Medford Square, Boston Magazine reports. The restaurant is open now, with a brewery on the way. 21 Main Street
SEAPORT — Alileo, a Scilian boxed natural wine company (yes, you read that right), is taking over a corner of the Superette shopping center in the Seaport with a snack and wine bar featuring sandwiches from newly opened North End shop Sunny Girl and gelato from Nancy’s Fancy, run by acclaimed chef Nancy Silverton. 70 Pier 4 Blvd, Suite 100
SEAPORT — Longstanding Nantucket restaurant Stubbys has opened its outpost at the Seaport with an all-day menu featuring breakfast sandwiches, burgers, jerk chicken sandwiches, and more. 43 Northern Avenue
SEAPORT — Bar Toscana, a breezy Italian cocktail bar from the restaurant group behind Tuscan Kitchen, is now open. 64 Seaport Boulevard
SOUTH BOSTON — Pizzas, pasta, sandwiches, and salads are all on the menu at the newly opened South Boston spot Petula’s, from industry veteran Rachel Titcomb and neighborhood restaurateur Mike Shaw, Boston Magazine reports. The restaurant is dinner-only for now, with plans to expand to all-day service in the future. 81 L Street
WEST END — Legendary sports bar Fours has given way to Scores, a sprawling, bi-level restaurant and bar with dozens of big-screen T.V.’s and plenty of space for watching the game. Executive chef Humberto Gallardo, an alum of popular steakhouses Grill 23 and Abe & Louie’s, is behind the menu, which includes burgers, flatbreads, wings, “Tatum” tot poutine, and more. 166 Canal Street