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Five hot restaurant openings this fall

After mastering a broad range of cuisines in the celebrated kitchens of Lineage, L’Espalier, The Hawthorne and Atwood’s Tavern, Alex Crabb is set to open his own kitchen in the Back Bay. The prix-fixe-only format will include heaps of locally sourced ingredients in everything from simple three-course meals to elaborate eight-course feasts. 7 Massachusetts Ave, Back Bay, Boston.

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Society on High
The Financial District will get a rare late-night eatery from Ian Just, the chef-owner behind Les Zygomates and Sorriso. The spot is slated to open in November; details are still under wraps, but proprietors promise local fare and highly coveted parking spaces. 99 High Street, Financial District, Boston.

Bogie’s Place
While we’re already loving the self-proclaimed “douchebag-free” DTX watering hole in Curley, we’re eagerly awaiting mid-October to slip behind the “Adults Only” sign that promises not X-rated entertainment but a clandestine steakhouse. Why the speakeasy feel? We have no idea, but the windowless interior space promises prohibition-era cocktails and requires a reservation so your beef can be pre-ordered the day before. 21 Temple Place, Downtown, Boston (617-338-5333)

Blue Dragon
Celebrity Chef Ming Tsai, of Blue Ginger in Wellesley and Simply Ming on PBS, will open a new eatery in the now-bustling Fort Point area in November. Serving his celebrated Asian fare in the up-and-coming innovation district, Blue Dragon will have a sandwich-centric lunch menu and a dinner menu of small plates created for sharing. 324 A Street, Fort Point, Boston.

Puritan & Co.
Local chef-about-town and pop-up restaurant pro Will Gilson finally gets a place of his own, slated to open in October. The 110-seat Inman Square space will serve up regional New England cuisine, shareable small plates, charcuterie and handcrafted cocktails. 1164 Cambridge Street, Inman Square, Cambridge.

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