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Ming Tsai’s latest restaurant offering, Blue Dragon, is opening tomorrow, Feb. 13, in the Seaport District. Located on the corner of A and Melcher Streets, the restaurant is the sister to Tsai’s Blue Ginger in Wellesley. For now, Blue Dragon doesn’t have a website, but [...]

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Fromage South Boston Coming Soon

On February 12, 2013 By

Yet another food establishment is opening its doors in South Boston… Fromage. Located on West Broadway not far from Lincoln Tavern and Restaurant, we can only assume (and hope) that the shop will offer up artisanal cheeses and other gourmet goodies. Fromage might give Continue Reading

In case you haven’t heard, South Boston is quickly becoming a mecca for culinary connoisseurs. In just the last few months, the neighborhood has seen numerous restaurants and shops open their doors – with many more on the horizon.

Most notably, after years of delays and planning, Foodies’ Market has broken ground in [...]

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South Boston sushi lovers will now have a new destination in addition to Teriyaki House and Pan Asia … Moko, an upscale eatery located at the former site of Terrie’s Place. Moko comes to us from the managers of Samurai Boston located in the heart of the Back Bay. [...]

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Rejoice! The South Boston location of The Paramount will be opening Monday, Dec. 12, 2011. Take a look at their breakfast, lunch and dinner menus here. This girl is definitely looking forward to trying the malted Belgian waffle and the caramel and banana French toast!

The Paramount joins Southie’s ever-growing list of great [...]

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South Boston residents are eagerly awaiting the grand opening of Paramount on East Broadway, which is bound to become one of the most popular restaurants in the neighborhood.

 

Known for its flagship location on Charles Street in Beacon Hill, Paramount offers an amazing breakfast and mouth-watering lunch and dinner entrees, [...]

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Today was the South Boston Street Festival, an annual event that fills East Broadway with live entertainment and more than 100 local merchants and food vendors. Family-friendly and dog-friendly, it’s a great way to welcome in the fall season while mingling with your neighbors and local business owners. The weather couldn’t have [...]

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Everywhere you look in South Boston there are new restaurants popping up, and it’s one of the many reasons why the neighborhood has become such a desirable place to live. The latest to open is Wolfie’s Kitchen and Bar on L Street, formerly Kelly’s Landing.

Also anticipated is Continue Reading