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Read up on this week's top Eater Boston stories.

HUB-WIDE—Winter's a time for bulking up on comfort food, so here's a map of 13 great mac & cheese dishes around town.

COOLIDGE CORNER—Brookline now has a delightfully-named board game cafe, Knight Moves, and it's open until 2am on weekends.

HUB-WIDE—Food trucks are gearing up for the spring season, and a lot of new ones are joining the fleet this year. Some highlights: Cameo Macaron, which sells macarons; Stoked Wood Fired Pizza Co., which sells wood-fired pizza; and Moyzilla, which sells moyzillas. Or dumplings and yakitori.

FENWAY—On the Mexican-food-near-Fenway-from-celebrity-chefs front, there were two closings this week: Michael Schlow's Barrio Cantina, which received a dreaded half-star review from Devra First last year, and Ken Oringer's La Verdad.