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Bennett’s Sandwich Shop (84 Peterborough St., Fenway, Boston): A new addition to Fenway’s “restaurant row,” this fast-casual sandwich shop has a big sibling in Kennebunk, Maine (with an offshoot in Portsmouth, New Hampshire as well).
Bon Me (441 Stuart St., Back Bay, Boston): A new brick-and-mortar location for the fast-casual Vietnamese-inspired chain of restaurants and food trucks.
Broadsheet Coffee Roasters (100 Kirkland St., Cambridge): Coffee, tea, and a menu that draws inspiration from the Mediterranean and Middle East.
Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe (429 Columbus Ave., South End, Boston): This classic South End breakfast and lunch spot has reopened yet again, this time under the ownership of the Victoria’s Diner team.
Honeycomb (248 Bay Rd., Hamilton): A bakery and cafe from a husband-and-wife duo with Boston restaurant roots.
Honeygrow (1282 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston): A stir-fry fast-casual chain based in Philadelphia.
Mooncusser Fish House (304 Stuart St., Back Bay, Boston): A high-end seafood-focused restaurant from the team behind Concord’s acclaimed 80 Thoreau.
Pammy’s (928 Massachusetts Ave., between Harvard and Central squares, Cambridge): Italian-ish cuisine and interesting cocktails in a hospitable space.
Ruckus (5 Tyler St., Chinatown, Boston): Noodle and rice bowls from the Shōjō team.
Yellow Door Taqueria (2297 Dorchester Ave., Lower Mills, Dorchester, Boston): Tacos, ceviche, margaritas, and more from the team behind Lower Mills Tavern, Lion’s Tail, and McGreevy’s.
The Blue Room and Belly Wine Bar (1 Kendall Sq., Kendall Square, Cambridge): The sibling and neighbor restaurants never quite recovered from a devastating fire that kept them closed for a year. The Blue Room had been open for 26 years, 21 under the final ownership.
Boloco (71 Mount Auburn St., Harvard Square, Cambridge): After almost 20 years, one of the oldest locations of the local burrito chain closed in July. Australia-based burrito chain Zambrero is slated to move into the space.