At one time Boston’s dining scene was a source of great anxiety for Bostonian foodies but that is no longer the case. Boston no longer needs to be ashamed of their cod filled sport bar menus of the past. Nowadays the tight-knit dining scene of Boston is currently thriving with high profile talents cooking up creative and vibrant dishes in great new eateries all over the city and its surrounding neighborhoods. Discover these five new Boston eateries the next time you need to step away from the Beantown stereotypes.
Todd English’s Olives (10 City Square, Charlestown) has been closed for two years after a grease fire ravished the interior of the space. Although this is not a new space per se, Olives celebrated their soft reopening this past weekend and are set to serve guests the big, bold, Mediterranean flavors Todd English has built his enterprise around. The website still says the restaurant is closed for renovations but they will be taking advanced reservations to fill seats for the upcoming summer Restaurant Week (August 19-24 and 26-31)