5 new restaurants coming soon to Boston

Orders up and we’re dishing on five new places to find udon, tacos, and more around Boston.


Take a seat at the new Superette offering.

Photo provided by Yume Ga Arukara

As we all begin to emerge from winter hibernation, we’re on the hunt for new eats and places to visit around the city. Here are a few new or coming soon restaurants to check out in March.

Yume Ga Arukara is opening a second location in the Seaport this week. Slurp down dishes like udon at communal tables in the Porter Exchange in Cambridge or pop over to the new location in the Superette.

Baleia, which means whale, is a Portuguese-inspired eatery at 264 E. Berkeley St. that will be focused heavy on seafood, like cataplana (read: a seafood stew) or sardines. The restaurant opens on Wednesday, March 6, so make your reservations now.

Citrus & Salt is moving from Back Bay to Fort Point in the former Oak & Rowan space at 319 A St. When the new location opens in March, guests can expect more raw bar dishes + late-night tacos.

Bow Market resident Bluefin is expanding to Jamaica Plain on Centre Street. Customers can order seafood dishes like oysters and lobster rolls, then shop at the fresh fish market — now with more space.

Fans of The Quiet Few rejoice, there is a new tavern coming to South Boston. Small Victories will open in March and focus on whiskey and American pub fare.

Bonus: Life Alive Organic Cafe will open its 11th location this summer at the corner of South Huntington Avenue + Moraine Street. The 75-seat restaurant will feature the former bar’s reclaimed hardwood flooring and garage doors that lead out to the patio.

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