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Monday’s Brief: Scallop Prices Plunge, Seaport Ferry Coming Soon, Best Italian Restaurants, Modern Easter Treats

Things to know for Monday

Today is Monday, April 2 and whether you’re looking for dinner tonight or planning a special occasion, Zagat has pulled together their list of the best places to go for pasta, wine and more – of course featuring many North End favorites. 

Here’s what else you need to know for Monday…

Notable News:

Scallop prices could plunge. Get ready with 4 local chefs’ favorite scallop recipes

Good news for scallop fans and cooks – the price of scallops is expected to fall this year. Should you want to take advantage of the great prices yourself, four well-known Boston-areas chefs have shared their favorite scallop recipes with Boston.com, including executive cef Pino Maffeo of Il Molo.

Seaport ferry closer to takeoff

According to the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, a new ferry service from North Station to the Seaport could begin by this September, read more from the Boston Herald.

Modern Easter Treats:

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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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