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Liquid Art House Is Gorgeous; Eat These Pies; More

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Photo: Liquid Art House/Chris Coe

HUB-WIDE—Bathe your eyeballs in the glory of some restaurant design porn from this week. Peek inside Liquid Art House, The Taco Truck, Brass Union, and Bastille Kitchen.

HUB-WIDE—Like pie? Of course you do. Here's eight you should be trying, from the fried strawberry rhubarb pie at Row 34 to the "mile-high" lemon meringue at Veggie Galaxy.

HARVARD SQUARE—Speaking of Veggie Galaxy, its sibling restaurant, Veggie Planet, will close at the end of August. Veggie Planet is located inside of legendary Cambridge folk venue Club Passim. The owners are hopeful that a buyer will step forward to bring Veggie Planet to a new, dedicated location. Veggie Galaxy will remain open.

UNION SQUARE—Hopefully in time for summer, the Sherman Cafe team is opening up an ice cream shop, Gracie's Ice Cream, in their former market space.