7 new restaurants around Boston

Tired of the same eats every week? Freshen up your plate with these four new restaurants around town + get excited for three spots coming soon.

Now Open

Super Bien, 525 Western Ave., Brighton

This new grocery bar from the team at Buenas is now open at the Charles River Speedway. Stop by Wednesday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. to enjoy the signature empanadas, a glass of wine, and snacks. Pro tip: take a chicken salad sandwich to-go.

Moëca Restaurant, 1 Shepard St., Cambridge

Seafood is on the menu at this new neighborhood restaurant that works to serve local and sustainable options. The Mediterranean-inspired menu is from the team behind the sister location, Giulia. Make reservations to try this new eatery Wednesday through Saturday from 5:30-9 p.m.

Gopchang Story, 973 Commonwealth Ave.

This new Korean barbecue chain is now open near the BU campus. The menu highlights the namesake gopchang, a Korean dish of cow intestines served marinated + grilled or in a casserole. Drop in from 5-11 p.m. daily.

Hall Pass, 100 High St.

This new sandwich spot is located inside High Street Place, making it the ideal destination for a cheesy bite. Stop by for an authentic Philly cheesesteak from the team behind Mike and Patty’s from 4-9 p.m. Monday-Wednesday + 4-11 p.m. Thursday-Saturday.

Coming Soon

Kicco Italian Coffee, 1 Nashua St.

Later this month, this authentic Italian eatery will open next to North Station. Be prepared to indulge on pastries like Nutella croissants or order a pizza + sandwich for an authentic Italian bite — most of the food products will be shipped directly from Italy.

Tonino, 669a Centre St.

This new Italian restaurant is coming this Fall to Jamaica Plain. Guests can expect delicious homemade pastas, Sicilian-style pizza with a lemon ricotta spread, and an eclectic + food-centric beverage program.

SAVR, 150 Seaport Blvd.

St. Regis residents are in for a treat when this new American style bistro opens this fall. Dine on comfort classics + local seafood.


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