Boston restaurant and bar openings expected in 2022

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It is high time that we have Something to hope, and nothing excites us more than pending restaurant openings. Our city’s intrepid restaurateurs are moving forward with a slew of new openings over the next few months, and we’ll also see celebrity chefs coming to Boston this year.

As you would expect, the offerings will be eclectic and varied: an Asian street food restaurant, a fun Peruvian restaurant in Cambridge, a Nashville-inspired comfort spot, a pastry shop from a beloved chef, and more. again. open later this year. So get excited and check out these 11 Boston restaurants we can’t wait to try.

Address: 253, rue Tremont, theater district
Opening date : January 17
Jason Bond always knows how to party, and we could definitely be enjoying a party right now. The chef and owner has transformed his former Abby Lane space into a two-story, Nashville-inspired southern joint that offers indulgent dishes like burnt fries, crispy BLT chicken skin, braised short rib and Texas black rockfish. But it’s the “stage” part that we’re really excited about: the upstairs stage will feature live music every Friday and Saturday night from local bands as well as artists from Nashville and beyond. And to answer your silent question: Hell yes there will be line-dancing every Thursday evening.

Address: 396 Hanover Street, Back Bay
Opening date : January
We’ll follow Jen Royle anywhere. The genius behind the elevated Italian restaurant, CHART, and an accompanying market extends its reign with an Italian sandwich shop that will also offer homemade gelati and a full espresso menu. It sounds simple, but when you learn that Royle has spent many months perfecting his ice cream making technique, you know something special is about to happen.

Ramsay's kitchen
Ramsay’s kitchen | Mandarin Oriental, Boston

Address: 776 Boylston Street, Back Bay
Opening date : Early 2022
This one sells itself. Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay makes his first foray into Boston’s culinary scene; he will take up residence in the glamorous 7,000 square foot space on the first floor of the Mandarin Oriental; and it is a culinary showcase highlighting the dishes of Ramsay’s thirty restaurants around the world. Expect its famous Beef Wellington as well as tributes to New England ingredients, from bacon-laden clam chowder to Maine lobster bouillabaisse.

Address: 221 Concord Avenue, Huron Village
Opening date : February
We are always excited about a new Assembly Row catering option, and we are very excited to have one that meets multiple needs. Salt + Stone aims to be both an after-work meeting place and a sit-down dining place, with large and small plates available. Veteran restaurateurs Sean and Sue Olson will draw on their travels and close relationships with farmers and regional suppliers to bring diners an eclectic menu of seafood tours, charcuterie platters, steak fries, made pasta. handmade, artisanal flatbreads, seasonal salads and cereal bowls. The 155-seat dining room features floor-to-ceiling windows and the two patios include a fireplace and private bar. And did we mention that you will be able to order the spot promenade fries to take away in a paper cone?

The royal
The royal

Address: 221 Concord Avenue, Huron Village
Opening date : Early 2022
Enter Union Square Celestial, and you’ll worry about crashing someone’s private dinner party – the friendliness is so striking. So we’re expecting a similar level of hospitality in the next space from chef JuanMa Calderón and her partner Maria Rondeau, who is opening in their own neighborhood in Cambridge. What can you expect? Two small dining rooms, creative Peruvian cuisine, pisco sours and a dinner club atmosphere.

Address: 792 Beacon Street, Piccadilly Square, Newton
Opening date : Early 2022
Whether you know Chef Thiago Silva as a Personal All-Star Baker, the winner of the first baking season of Chopped, or as one of the eight current competitors of the Netflix show Chocolate School, 2022 will bring more of this pastry expert. Silva will kick off 2022 by opening its first physical location in Newton, where we mere mortals can soon feast on its modern pastries, pastries, breads, personalized cakes and, of course, inimitable chocolates.

Fuji
Fuji

Address: 100 High Street, crossroads of the city center
Opening date : March
We have path ahead of us on this one – it’s overexcitement. But we repeat: you can never have too many food halls, especially the one that offers so many restaurants and possibility of drinking. The full range includes Fuji, Northeast of the border, Mike & Patty’s, and Mamaleh alongside new concepts like Haley Jane’s (fried chicken), Bubble bath (a champagne and wine bar), and Tiffani Faison’s Dive bar.

Address: 94 Derby Street, Hingham
Opening date : Early 2022
We took a bit of a head start when we announced this one would open last fall. Regardless: now you have another reason to shop in Hingham’s Derby Street that doesn’t involve shopping. The people who brought us Shojo and Ruckus – and have done a tremendous job supporting our local Chinese restaurants during the early days of the pandemic – are now opening a new concept that will continue their series of irresistible Pan-Asian offerings. And now we have a few more deet: raw bar offerings, both large and small, and a year-round patio.

Comfort kitchen
Comfort kitchen

Address: 611 Columbia Road, Upham’s Corner
Opening date : Early 2022
This one is on everyone’s must-have list, which happens when you first make a name for yourself with an amazing pop-up. The women-owned, immigrant and black-owned restaurant will feature both a café and an overnight restaurant serving African-inspired comfort food inside a former toilet block in the heart of North Dorchester. Partners Kwasi Kwaa, Nyacko Pearl Perry, and Biplaw Rai previously gave us a glimpse during their residency at Little Dipper, serving grilled shrimp, jerk roast duck, potato curry cakes and ice cream. with mango; now we are counting the days until an opening early this year.

Address: 54 Elm Street, Place Porter
Opening date : Early 2022
Geniuses who brought you Dakzen comes this brother of Asian fusion, which will open its doors in the coming months. What Dakzen has done for Thai street food (i.e. blowing everyone’s mind), Jakingrass will do for other Asian recipes. Think of the bold and unexpected flavors and non-traditional renderings of classic take-out foods such as the curry rice platters.

Address: One Shepard Street, Porter Square
Opening date : Early 2022
We trust the Julienne Fully teamed up: after all, they set a new standard for romantic Italian cuisine years ago, with their rotating homemade pasta and moody, beautifully appointed interiors. (Pour some for the sister restaurant Benedetto, which closed completely unexpectedly last spring due to circumstances beyond its control.) And now the team is ready to take over the old space Chez Henri / Shepard and move on. present a seafood menu to its adoring fans. . The menu will celebrate sustainable coastal offerings from around the world, and the preparations will be kept simple to let the seafood sing.

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