What’s New? Fall 2010


Somerville Scout introduces its new coupon section beginning on this page! Every advertiser on pages 31–38 offers special discounts to our readers.


Taza Chocolate (561 Windsor St, , tazachocolate.com) now offers behind-the-scenes, guided one-hour tours of its factory, where it makes stone-ground, organic chocolate. Reservations can be made online.


The Central Branch of the Somerville Public Library (79 Highland Ave, , somervillepubliclibrary.org) is now open  Sunday afternoons from 1pm to 5pm.


Dave’s Fresh Pasta (81 Holland St, , davesfreshpasta.com) now serves hot, chef-prepared dinners Thursday and Friday nights from 5pm to 7:30pm.

Foundry On Elm (225 Elm St, , foundryonelm.com), a new restaurant, lounge and theater opened September 8 and began serving lunch in late September. Foundry includes a raw bar, more than 30 beers on tap, and 100 bottles of wine.  The theater and downstairs lounge are under construction and are expected to open by year’s end. The restaurant has 191 seats and a capacity of 250.

Johnny D’s Uptown Restaurant & Music Club (17 Holland St, , johnnyds.com) is serving brunch even earlier, opening at 8:30am and seating until 2:30pm.


Supreme Kitchen (233 Highland Ave, ) acquired The Broken Yolk (136 College Ave, ). Breakfast and brunch are now being served!


Journeyman (9 Sanborn Ct, , journeymanrestaurant.com), a new offbeat restaurant with a menu centered around local farmers and neighborhood artisans, opened September 15. Dinners are served Wednesday through Sunday and reservations can be made online.


Post Somerville (postsomerville.com), an online news, politics and culture source for all things Somerville, is now up and running and full of information.

Somerville Patch (somerville.patch.com), went live at the end of September, covering everything from local government to little league.

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