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One of Greater Boston’s Best Thai Restaurants Is Moving

Cha Yen Thai Cookery, considered one of Greater Boston’s finest Thai eating places and a selected favourite for its ice cream, is increasing throughout the road, in line with an Instagram put up. The up to date handle shall be 620 Mt Auburn St, Watertown, the previous residence of Andrea’s House of Pizza, which closed August 19 after 40 years when the house owners retired. Cha Yen proprietor Manita Bunnagitkarn, who additionally runs masterful Kala Thai Cookery within the coronary heart of Boston, says within the video she’s hoping to complete renovations in about six months and add new menu objects within the new house, in addition to grasp onto the outdated venue for an additional challenge.

Mission Hill’s Getting a Hip Taqueria Expansion

Yellow Door Taqueria, co-owned by Ken Casey of the band Dropkick Murphys, will open its third restaurant this fall at 1619 Tremont St. in Mission Hill. The new location will resemble the primary two (which arrange engaging store in Dorchester and the South End) however with a nod to Mexico’s shoreline, like seashell wall sconces and a bar high set to seem like drying sand. While the core menu — powerhouse cocktails and tacos like jackfruit carnitas on house-made tortillas — gained’t change, co-owner Colleen Hagerty says this taqueria “will definitely have menu items sold as specials that reflect the injection of coastal vibes.”

A taco at Yellow Door Taqueria.
Yellow Door Taqueria

Speaking of Taco Chains on the Move…

Beloved Anna’s Taqueria can also be increasing, opening its seventh Boston-area location at 360 Longwood Ave. in Longwood late this yr. Anna’s opened its first store, impressed by San Francisco’s Mission District Mexican fare, in Brookline in 1995, and the chain stays an inexpensive favourite for objects just like the customizable tremendous burrito.

Assembly Row Will Get a Vegetarian Chain With a Grocery Store

And Clover Food Lab, a best choice for kosher and vegetarian meals, is opening a brand new location this fall at 330 Foley St. in Somerville’s Assembly Row. This would be the fifteenth restaurant for the native chain, however the first with a grocery retailer, which is able to function the corporate’s personal meal containers, dips, and extra alongside Northeast specialty items like Massachusetts produce, New York maple syrup, and copious quantities of espresso beans from roasters all through New England.

The retail operation is a partnership with Bobby MacLean and Alexandra Whisnant, who’re additionally behind distinctive chocolate and dessert store Gâté Comme Des Filles and grocery store Picnic & Pantry (each situated at Bow Market) and cellphone-free wine and dessert bar Zuzu’s Petals, which opened in Cambridge final yr.