June 19, 2021


Free For All Food

Authorized Oysteria closes in Charlestown Pammy’s features Sunday supper and more eating places head into hibernation

Hibernations: Even now much more dining places are getting a short term hiatus for the winter season with designs to resurface in the spring. The World has compiled an ongoing record at www.bostonglobe.com/2020/12/02/life style/heres-jogging-record-boston-space-dining establishments-hibernating-winter season/. Among the the newly announced shutdowns: Bar Mezzana and Black Lamb in the South Conclude Gustazo in Cambridge and Waltham and Highland Kitchen area in Somerville.

a man cooking food on a grill: Crush pizza has closed its downtown location on State Street after seven years in business. The Boston team will move to the Quincy location.

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Crush pizza has closed its downtown location on Condition Avenue right after seven decades in business enterprise. The Boston team will move to the Quincy spot.

Closings: Charlestown’s Authorized Oysteria (10 City Sq.) has closed forever, following 6 a long time serving a coastal Italian-seafood mix. This week, PPX Hospitality Manufacturers announced that it experienced concluded its acquisition of Legal Sea Foodstuff. Longtime Lawful operator Roger Berkowitz retains the Lawful identify for his on-line food small business.


Crush Pizza (107 Condition St. at Wide Avenue) has closed their downtown location following seven several years in company. “Due to COVID-19 limitations, we misplaced 80 p.c of our business,” they shared on social media, contacting the place “unsustainable.” The Boston staff will move to their Quincy area, which will continue on to sell brief-fireplace pies.

Pop-ups: Sweet & Sage Pâtisserie launched last week at the Avenue Chestnut Hill (33 Boylston St.), owned by former Zuma pastry chef Emily O’Brien. Inventory up on oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies double-chocolate brownies pecan bars and Bundt cakes, washed down with Thatcher Farms chocolate milk. Visit from 10 a.m. every day.

Classes: If you’re hunting to let out some irritation, take into account an oyster-shucking course: Row 34′s Jeremy Sewall hosts a seminar with The City Grape wine store (303 Columbus Ave. at Dartmouth Avenue) on Wednesday, Dec. 30, beginning at 5 p.m. Understand the fantastic artwork of shucking and appreciate oysters with paired bubbles. Decide on up your bounty immediately after 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 29, at The City Grape. The course, furthermore shellfish, provides, and drinks, is $100. Get tickets at theurbangrape.shop.

Menus: Pammy’s (928 Massachusetts Ave. at Hancock Road) launches a Sunday supper menu for takeout and dine-in from 4 until 8 p.m. On the simple, comforting menu: garlic knots, meatballs, and eggplant parmesan.

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