And now the weekly word from our trencherman cousin, Eater Boston, on the restaurant and nightlife goings-on about the Hub.
CAMBRIDGE—After much hype and slight delays, Patricia Yeo's new Central Square restaurant-bar-nightclub Moksa has announced a Monday opening. It's the biggest restaurant and nightlife news for this part of town in ages and may prove to be the hottest opening of all 2012.
SOMERVILLE—On March 19 Davis Square will become home to The Painted Burro, a new pan-Mexican restaurant with South American flourishes, reclaimed timber beams and 100 varieties of tequila. We've got a sneak peak of the menu, which promises to inject new life into Davis' dining options.
FENWAY—Boston's latest addition to the world of food television is Steve "Nookie" Postal, the executive chef at Fenway Park, who will be starring as a contestant on Bravo's new show Around the World in 80 Plates. The show premieres on May 9.
CAMBRIDGE—For the latest installment of The Gatekeepers, our interview series with the people who stand between you and the hardest-won reservations in town, we spoke with Craigie on Main general manager Carl York. After a stint in New York, he's surprised at how trusting local patrons can be.