Thursday, May 15: New Restauants

In Cambridge’s Kendall Square, a restaurant/market hybrid lets you eat in there or take home what you need to cook yourself. In Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood, communal dining is encouraged for an interactive experience. And a new pub in the financial district opts for two floors, two bars. We check them all out, plus take a trip to the suburbs to sample the fare at an old fashioned, newly envisioned deli.

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Chewy, crusty, real Neopolitan pizza cooked in 90 seconds at 900 degrees is the centerpiece of this new Fort Point Channel eatery. But there’s a whole lot more on the menu at this new restaurant across the block from the Children’s Museum.

In the hallowed space once occupied by Casablanca, Micheal Scelfo’s Harvard Square farm to table restaurant Alden & Harlow is making new memories. The focus here is tapas-style small plates with lots of choices for veggie lovers

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Pastrami piled high, Cuban and Vietnamese sandwiches made with artisanal house made meats. Old world deli comes to Waltham with a modern twist.

A block from the greenway, the brand new Bostonia Public House is a shout-out to the historic charm of our city. Old maps on the walls and a nightly piano player help to create a relaxed ambiance, while the contemporary food of chef Kyle Ketchum provides good eating at this lively after work hangout.

For three and a half years, South Shore meat lovers have been singing the praises of KKaties Burger Bar in Plymouth. Now there’s a second popular KKaties, this one in Marshfield. Here you’ll find eighteen ways to order a half pound mound of all American burger heaven.

Lovers of the Braintree restaurant Sintra know what a talented chef Brian Jenkins is. Now he’s opened a second eatery, this one in Kingston. Port Bistro may be slightly more casual, but the inventive food whipped up by this Culinary Institute of America chef is non-the-less top notch.

Fenway Park’s former chef is hoping to hit the ball out of the park at his new Kendall Square restaurant Commonwealth. It looks casual, but whether for lunch or dinner, the food is seriously tasty. From beet salads by day to whole sea bass by night, the joint is humming. Save room for the homemade ice cream and check out the Sunday breakfast called Marky Mark and the Funky Brunch.

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