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Boston Cream Pie; Super Bowl Eats; City Landing; More!

Time to grab a bite of foodie news with Eater Boston.


HUB-WIDE—Today's the last day of Classics Week on Eater. Catch up on all the old restaurant nostalgia, from chefs' childhood dining memories to a survey of restaurant industry veterans on how the industry has changed over the years. Also: the history of Boston cream pie, 25 of Boston's most "classic" restaurants, a look at the past and present of Kowloon, and lots more.
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HUB-WIDE—In case you somehow forgot, the Super Bowl is Sunday. Here are a variety of things you may want to eat while you watch.

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WATERFRONTThe Grafton Group, which operates four restaurants in Harvard Square (well, one's closer to Porter), is crossing the river to take over the recently-shuttered City Landing space. While they're working under the name "Old Atlantic Tavern" as they go through the licensing process, that's not the final name.
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WORCESTER—A pair from the Ribelle/Strip-T's camp, Jared Forman and Sean Woods, are bidding adieu to Boston to open a restaurant called Deadhorse Hill on Worcester Common this spring.