Originally based in Hanover, Mass., the restaurant opened in West Newton in January, with a focus on traditional and European style ales.
It serves a range of traditional and inventive donuts, including a Donut Breakfast Sandwich and Pizza Donut, as well as other food options.
At Glazed Bytes, customers have the option of trying “croffles” on their own, or with sweet or savory add-ons.
The Dining Car, a comfort food business that formerly operated as a food truck, opened a location in Newtonville.
Traditional Cantonese dishes—from crispy silver fish with salted egg yolks to frog legs stir-fried with yellow chives—are on the lengthy menu.
After 10 years, Cafe St. Petersburg moved to the current location nestled in Newton’s Piccadilly Square. A red path leads to the entrance.
The new Che! Empanada in Newtonville is an authentic, delectable Argentinian spot perfect for a lunch break right off the Mass. Turnpike.
Salt Patisserie stands out among the plethora of shops in Newton Centre, combining classic French and Italian techniques with Brazilian flavors.
Family-owned 4 Corners Pizza has served deep-dish pizza in Newton Highlands for 31 years. But since the March re-launch of its pizza cupcakes, the restaurant is attracting foodies from all over the region. It’s even gone viral.
Ted Mountzuris, the owner, added that the restaurant’s location—much more convenient for Newtonians than traveling all the way to Boston’s North End—is another bonus, allowing the eatery to provide quality Italian cuisine in a local setting.