Coming Soon! New Places to Eat in Quincy

Quincy’s Hancock District is rapidly becoming a South Shore dining destination with restaurants that cater to a wide variety of culinary tastes. Here’s a short list of eateries slated to open in the coming weeks.

Belfry Hall

From the masterminds at the popular Quincy restaurant The Townshend, comes an American craft beer hall serving globally inspired comfort food prepared by Barbara Lynch Gruppo veteran chef Garner Blume and celebrity pastry chef Kate Holowchik. Located across from the historic Crane Public Library, Belfry Hall pays tribute to the two bell towers in its sights: the soaring Gothic revival belfry of Bethany Church and the elegant Greek revival bell tower of the United First Parish Church (the Church of the Presidents). Try the house-made pretzels with aged Gouda and mimolette fondue or bacon-candy popcorn. 35 Washington St., Quincy

The Courtyard at Cagney’s

Just as the name implies, The Courtyard at Cagney’s is a new seasonal extension at the popular craft beer bar Cagney’s Pub. Guests who pass through a 12-foot wide wrought iron gate can relax on the patio and enjoy the best in canned, bottled and draft New England craft beer as well as upscale pub-food favorites like duck confit tacos, pork belly and cheddar sliders and caramelized onion pizza. This will be a place to check out come springtime. 214 Washington St., Quincy

Five Guys Burgers & Fries

There’s a cult following for this popular chain restaurant that specializes in big savory burgers. Situated in a prime location across the street from Quincy City Hall, the new Five Guys Quincy will dish out a range of no-fuss American favorites including hot dogs, grilled cheese and fresh-cut French fries. It’s also one of the only locations to offer breakfast. 1250 Hancock St., Quincy

Fuji at West of Chestnut

JP Fuji Group is a powerhouse of East Asian cuisine, with six restaurants in Quincy and another four in Boston serving everything from sushi to shabu. The newest addition, Fuji at West of Chestnut, will house a state-of -the-art private dining room with its own private tasting kitchen where guests can enjoy a unique Omakase (chef’s choice) dining experience. Try the WOC fried noodles. 1420 Hancock St., Quincy

KKatie’s Burger Bar

Winner in the Best Burger category in South Shore Living’s Best of the South Shore Awards, KKatie’s Burger Bar is opening its third South Shore location in Quincy (you can also find them in Plymouth, Marshfield and Hyannis). Meat lovers return time and time again for the half-pound juicy beef patties piled high with flavorful ingredient combinations. 1440 Hancock St., Quincy

Pho Pasteur

Modeled after the famed Vietnamese eatery in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood with the same name, the new Quincy Pho Pasteur will offer classic Vietnamese dishes, including its signature noodle soups, fresh spring rolls and rice dishes. 1412 Hancock St., Quincy

Shaking Crab

This casual eatery specializes in Cajun-style seafood dishes, like lobster, shrimp and Dungeness crab prepared in one of four signature sauces. The new Quincy Shaking Crab location will feature a larger space and more expansive menu that the original Newton location. Try the Alaskan king crab legs, blue crab or Argentinian shrimp poached and dusted in a signature blend of spices. Wash it down with some sweet tea. 18 Cottage Ave., Quincy

Zef Cicchetti & Raw Bar

Restaurateur Leo Keka, who owns Alba Restaurant in Quincy, is opening an ambitious Venetian-style dining destination. Guests can sit down at communal tables and enjoy craft cocktails, Italian salumi, and a raw bar featuring local oysters, homemade pastas and small plates inspired by the traditional bacari eateries of Venice. 1472 Hancock St., Quincy

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