Fall 2014 Boston Restaurant Openings

There is no shortage of dining options in Boston. From a small plate in a quiet café to a multi-course meal in a ritzy restaurant, residents of our luxury apartment community enjoy countless epicurean experiences.  Newcomers La Brasa and Alden & Harlow have become fast favorites and earned a place on any Bostonian’s list of must-eats, right alongside the time-honored Union Oyster House. There are also a number of high-profile restaurant openings slated for this fall that could very well join the list. Here is a small sampling to get you salivating.

Café ArtScience. Look no farther than Café ArtScience for a dining experience that indulges all of the senses. In addition to traditional food and beverages, you can also “drink” delicious vapors from an inventive machine or inhale the flavor of mint, chocolate or coffee as you leave.

Strip by Strega. The menu at this steakhouse should be much less controversial than its ad campaign earlier this year. Part of the Strega family of restaurants, its entrees will be similar to those at Strega Prime. Strip by Strega is located in the 7,000 square foot space formerly occupied by Whiskey Park.

Earl’s Kitchen + Bar. The first Northeastern location in the United States of this popular Canadian chain is scheduled to open on Assembly Row early September. Earl’s eclectic menu features everything from Los Cabos Chicken Tacos to Thai Vegetable Bowl.

Committee. Joining the likes of Empire and Sam’s at Louis in the upscale Fan Pier neighborhood is Committee, the latest project from restaurateur George Aboujaoude. The menu focuses on small Mediterranean plates and handcrafted cocktails.

All of these new restaurants promise an enticing atmosphere filled with unforgettable food and drinks. There are a handful of others rumored to be opening this fall as well, including the award-winning Mexican restaurant Besito, a permanently located Bon Me and Somerville Brewery.

Have you heard of any other great restaurants opening in Boston this fall? Leave a comment below so others can be in the know too.

Amy Johnson

is UDR’s budding social media guru, and has been instrumental in constructing the brand’s content strategy. After graduating from University of Colorado- Boulder, she started working for UDR as a marketing intern. When she isn’t perusing the web for the perfect pins and Facebook posts, she can be found hiking somewhere with her dog Rory.

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