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The gist: Opened in February 2020, this joint barely had the chance to put a stake in the ground before COVID-19 reared its ugly head. Take advantage of their recent reemergence by acquainting yourself with a menu of playful spins on Mexican classics.
The food: Fried clam tacos, shrimp rojo ceviche, boozy slushies spiked with generous amounts of rum, and more sipping tequila than you know what to do with takes center stage inside this sure-fire Back Bay hit.
The cost: Mains $5-$18, tacos and bowls $13-$24, cocktails $13-$15, beer and wine by the glass $5-$13.
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Poor Cosmica. Having opened in February 2020, the restaurant barely had a chance to put a stake in the ground before COVID-19 reared its crappy head. So there’s no better time than the present to acquaint yourself their menu of dressed-up classics like fried clam tacos, calamari fritos, and grown-up slushies spiked with generous amounts of rum. And keep an eye on that brunch menu, poised to make its grand reentrance on May 8.