Interested in sampling the newest restaurant and retail additions to Boston? From a cafe to an Italian restaurant, read on for a list of the newest destinations to open their doors near you.
Cafe Beatrice is a cafe, that recently opened at 182 Western Ave. in Allston.
This pop-up café, which will operate for six months, comes from Puritan & Co. chef and owner Wil Gilson, according to Boston Eater. On the menu, expect to find breakfast sandwiches, burgers, fish tacos and more. There's also pastries and boozy beverages.
Night Shift Brewing - Lovejoy Wharf
Head over to 1 Lovejoy Wharf, Suite 101 in North End and you'll find Night Shift Brewing, a new brewery.
This 12,000-foot brewery offers a taproom, in-house kitchen and 10-barrel space, according to Boston. On the menu, look for sandwiches, salads and sweets, along with a wide selection of draft beer.
Eddie V's Prime Seafood
A newcomer to Back Bay, Eddie V's Prime Seafood is a steakhouse and lounge, offering seafood and more that's located at 122 Belvidere St.
This 10,000-square-foot spot boasts 20 outposts across Texas, California, Arizona, Pennsylvania and more, according to Boston Eater. This upscale spot offers an oyster bar, specialty lobster tails and hand-cut steaks like filet mignon and New York-style strip steak.
New to 33 N. Sq in North End is Forcella, an Italian spot.
This restaurant, which holds a little over 30 seats, boasts a menu crafted by chef Robert Morotto, who designed it to include dishes from all over Italy, according to Boston. On the menu, look for dishes crispy quail, risotto and Faroe Island salmon.
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