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When one door closes, another opens. This common saying holds true for the food and beverage industry in Eastern Massachusetts.

Last month, 11 restaurants opened in Burlington, Cambridge, Dedham, Billerica, North Andover, Newton and Somerville.

Salad lovers can now enjoy a healthy menu with Just Salad in Burlington. Cambridge gained three new restaurants in May: Verveine Café and Bakery, Althea and Mestizo. And Somerville has two new restaurants, Toca Chida and Boston Halal.

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Chris Damian cooks sweet corn with red aqua chiles, onions and cilantro in the kitchen of Toca Chida, where he is the chef and owner of the Mexican restaurant on Assembly Row in Somerville.

Spring has begun:Twelve new restaurants opened in Eastern Massachusetts in April

Toca Chida, Somerville

Toca Chida, formerly Papagayo for 10 years, opened at Assembly Row, 331 Great River Road.

Toca Chida, which means “keep cool,” is Papagayo with a new twist. It’s still a Mexican restaurant, but now offers more sharing plates, smaller portions and lighter fare with international influences like spicy tuna tostados and grilled oysters with chorizo ​​butter.

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