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MC Slim JB | Apr 29, 201402:14 PM     96

Might as well start collecting these here. Per Eater Boston, Cathedral Station is set to open in May in the old Red Fez space, with the former Fritz folks doing an LGBT-friendly sports bar / pub there.

Other openings Eater thinks are slated for a May include:

Causeway BBQ, in the old Penalty Box space near TD Garden

Crave - Mad For Chicken, a Korean fried chicken joint in the former Enso Sushi space at the edge of Chinatown

Liquid Art House, the art gallery/restaurant with Rachel Klein as chef, on Arlington St near the Pike in Back Bay

Lulu's, with its very eclectic menu, in Allston's old Cafe Brazil space

Mike's Pastry #2, in Harvard Square

Sa Pa #2, in Cleveland Circle

Totto Ramen (!) in Allston near the TiTS.

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Cathedral Station
Crave - Mad for Chicken
Lulu's Allston
Lulu's Sweet Shoppe
Totto Ramen
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