A takeout sandwich shop locates to a loo.
The Must's new project hasn't opened just yet, but upon being announced, finds itself already in demand.
The Rush Street owners are opening a slightly more adult bar and restaurant in Culver City.
The Blind Pig will bring yet another gastropub to the NoLibs area.
Boehm tweeted us a preview of what to expect from GT Fish & Oyster.
The sweet-n-tart fro-yo factory announces a launch date and special features.
The chef oversees a bucolic hideaway in Maine and revamps his old city standbys.
Plus: Bar Bar Black Sheep coming soon to Wicker Park, and Tolotzin Mexican Restaurant opens quickly in Uptown.
The arrival of the so-called Mexican chain makes us somewhat fearful that Seventh Street could become a dumping ground for more bad fast food.
Magnolia Bakery is coming. Better start that diet now.
The out and proud "seafood geek" is expanding to eclectic small plates and intriguing bread selections.
The venerable steakhouse decides not to renew its Newbury Street lease.
In other news, Dakota Weiss starts cooking at The W Westwood and Olio PIzzeria is back in business.
Eco-Asian's concept sounds much better than its name, but either way, sees dollar signs over Seventh Street.
Wild Pug turns into a lively Middle Eastern restaurant.
As the two Talula's Table founders square off, only one is pushing a farm focuse menu.