“Shore Leave” refers to the time sailors get to go on land and relax after working on their ships. The tiki-themed restaurant with the same name in Boston’s South End attempts to emulate this aura of leisure.
After lamenting a lack of casual dining options, the Festekijans decided to open Anoush’ella, the newest destination for Mediterranean comfort food.
After opening opening on Sept. 1, Doña Habana has become the ideal destination for a merienda, Spanish for snack, because of its tapas-style menu and cocktail menu that includes 53 different variations of the mojito.
Coppersmith is a self-proclaimed third space and foodie playground.
Most Bostonians know this scene very well, but come May this typical Sunday in the South End will take on a new setting.
A new Whole Foods Market opened at Ink Block in the South End, the previous site of Boston Herald printing and headquarters.