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Anna’s Taqueria brings its charitable celebrity burrito roller events Thursday with Katey Stone, Harvard University women’s ice hockey head coach for the past 20 years.
Lovers and lovers of Indian food won’t have The Maharaja as a Valentines Day option, but with luck the Harvard Square restaurant will be back in business in March.
With Somerville’s Pinkberry store closed for good, Davis Square has lost its third frozen yogurt shop and can look forward to its second Asian restaurant opening.
Petsi Pies is moving up – a couple of blocks up Cambridge Street to a bigger location that’s so move-in ready that East Cambridge should a see a new “open” sign within days.
For a moment it looked like Cambridge was tilting toward later hours for drinking, but what Felipe’s Taqueria asked needs a separate public hearing.
The raucous gourmets at Cuisine en Locale are experts at pairing — meals with entertainment, and meals with holidays such as the Dias de los Muertos.
Self-described Arlington girl Julia Halperin brings her foodie flick “Now, Forager” to the Somerville Theater, and Cuisine en Locale transforms it into dinner.
Cambridge’s License Commission may make master chef Adam Melonas do something at Chew he’s refused to do in any previous restaurant on five continents: compromise.
An empty package store in East Cambridge is being transformed into restaurant called Loyal Nine, focused on small plates of locally sourced shellfish, meat and produce.
The Rosebud, an iconic presence in Davis Square since the 1940s, reopens tonight after closing in late May, now leaning heavily toward barbecue (and pies).