Have you noticed a new restaurant while driving around the MetroWest area recently? We know you don't just stay in town when you want to eat out so here is a round-up of restaurant news around the area.
White City will welcome a new casual eatery Monday when 2Ovens opens. The restaurant, which is part of the Bertucci’s Corporation, takes the brick oven concept and ratchets it up to a new level making the ovens a focal point when you walk in to the restaurant.
We sat down with the owners of Tacos Acapulco recently who talked about the authentic fare they serve, starting with the salsa and chips. Have you eaten here?
Pinefield Plaza will welcome a new restaurant today. Owner Brenda Lando told Patch: "LandoZ Hometowne Grille hopes to bring to Framingham family-friendly and affordable comfort foods ranging from mini slider burgers for the kids to the Big Dog and the Double Dog Dare challenge for the adults."
Framingham State University students should be among the happiest with this news. The vacant Centre Pizza location will become University Pizza in mid-December under the ownership of Dimitris Ntatsis and Dimitris Bokas.
Framingham Selectmen approved a license for Brooklyn Water Bagels at 341 Cochituate Rd. That is the same plaza with Five Guys Burgers and Fries and Boston Market. Learn more about Brooklyn Water Bagels, here. No date yet on the grand opening, but we'll post when we know more.
We followed up on a reader's comment on last month's restaurant news and discovered Tailgaters had a grand opening, which we attended. What exactly is Tailgaters, you might ask?
"It's the grilled, tailgating experience," said Chris Rotti, the kitchen manager who explained burgers are the restaurants specialty. "In the winter it's nice. You don't actually have to tailgate. You can come inside and we can cook it for you."
Did we miss any openings? Have you tried any of the new restaurants? Tell us in the comments.