Cheesesteaks come to High Street Place; Boston Public Market gets a beer truck

Cheesesteaks come to High Street Place; Boston Public Market gets a beer truck

Summary : Pair your steak with a variety of fries: ranch, garlic parm, Cajun, or bacon cheese. The California-based poultry purveyor serves chicken tenders with heat levels ranging from “no spice” to “reaper,” plus fries, kale slaw, and mac and cheese. On Wednesday, July 20, Korean barbecue shop Gopchang Story announced its Boston grand opening (973 Commonwealth Ave.) on social media, touting offal offerings: grilled beef heart and intestines, plus stews, casseroles, and cream cheese pudding. From Monday, Aug. 8, until Monday, Aug. 22, try oysters and caviar with potato foam (on the menu in 1935), herb-crusted rack of lamb with poached radishes and pea puree (a favorite in 1938), and angel food cake with vanilla bean chantilly (a 1940 specialty).

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