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Just a minute’s walk from an all-honey store, Cambridge is getting a store selling only olive oils, vinegars, salts and spices.
Porter Square is losing a Rosie’s Bakery and gaining Bagelsaurus and its handmade bagels, which have been called the best in Boston.
Each year, thousands of Asian students make their home in Cambridge and need an occasional taste of their native cuisine. And Cambridge delivers.
The city is getting another business name sure to raise a smile: Pho Kup, meant to replace Tamarind House near Porter Square.
The city’s Food and Fitness Policy Council calls restricting large-size sugary drinks and sodas “not appropriate for Cambridge at this time.”
The state has established a committee to create a network of food producers, consumers, processors, retailers and distribution hubs.
The Taco Truck opened its first bricks-and-mortar New England restaurant in Harvard Square today – the square’s second food truck-turned-storefront eatery.
Finding enough noodles already in Harvard Square, a proposed Noodle Project restaurant has switched to a format honoring the business it replaces: Leo’s Place Diner.
Fans of delayed gratification, frozen custard drinks and helping hungry kids are having a good month at Harvard Square’s Shake Shack.
Four Burgers in Central Square is offering $15 all-you-can eat sliders and fries Tuesday as a fundraiser for the nonprofit Food For Free.