If onion dip sounds a bit boring, this wasn’t like your mom used to serve at cocktail parties. The dip is lavished with trout roe, dill, egg and capers, and your dipping chips are golden-light potato waffles.
Grafton Street and Park will reopen in the fall, and information on Temple Bar will be available “soon,” said a member of their Grafton Group ownership – a message delivered to “hundreds” of people individually instead of being publicized.
The Hyatt Regency Boston/Cambridge’s long process of renovation and construction will be complete this fall, with new lighting for the iconic pyramid along the Charles and updates to the entrance and lobby and 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space.
Project Restore Us, launched last year by restaurateurs Tracy Chang of Pagu and Irene Li of Mâe Asian Eatery, has expanded by partnering with the Asian American Resource Workshop and Vietnamese American Initiative for Development.
A life science developer paid $130 million for One Canal Park in East Cambridge, up from its $72 million value five years ago, while construction continues on 1,038 more residential units for Cambridge and a seller makes around $56.4 million on two properties.
Boston-based Viv For Your V, which ships its environmentally conscious menstruation products to people’s homes, is planning a bricks-and-mortar Feminist Bodega pop-up shop for August, including goods from a woman-owned business in North Cambridge.
Opened in haute Davis Square more than 20 years ago by Lydia and Steve Liakos, the Out of the Blue Restaurant offers simple, quality seafood done with a Sicilian accent in a cozy, nonpretentious atmosphere.