Time to grab a bite of restaurant news with Eater Boston.
DOWNTOWN CROSSING—Gordon's Fine Wines & Liquors is expanding from Waltham, Watertown, and Newton to Boston's Downtown Crossing, and the new location, slated to open early this winter, will feature a Moody's Delicatessen counter.
FENWAY—The Church space — restaurant and bar on one side, bar and music venue on the other — will become a dual-concept restaurant space courtesy of former Coppa chef de cuisine Meghann Ward. Tapestry, as it will be called, will feature a pop-up-driven restaurant with pizzas, oysters, and more on one side and a "mid-century, Havana-style" restaurant on the other side, complete with a fireplace and "innovative" cocktails.
INMAN SQUARE—Playska, a fast-casual, Balkan-inspired sandwich shop from the T.W. Food and Bronwyn team, is now open in the former Rosie's Bakery space in Cambridge's Inman Square.
EAST SOMERVILLE—Fat Hen will open inside of La Brasa's former market space in the spring. L'Espalier alum Michael Bergin will serve an Italian-focused menu of "bowls of fresh pasta, braised meats, and locally grown or foraged produce."