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Look Inside the New Temazcal

The Seaport original has a sleek suburban sibling
October 2, 2014
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by Scott Kearnan

A wave of suburban excitement continues unabated. A more "grown up" version of Allston's hipster-skewing American eatery Common Ground opened in Arlington this week, a second local outpost of Besito Mexican could open in Chestnut Hill as early as this month, the sorta-suburban Assembly Row development just debuted Legal on the Mystic and Earls Kitchen + Bar, and our latest look at must-try newcomers includes exciting additions to nearby Wellesley (Juniper), Medford (Snappy Pattys), Waltham (Red Bird), Burlington (The Bancroft), and Lexington (Il Casale Cucina Campana). Add to that list Lynnfield, which today sees the soft opening of a second location of Temazcal. This sibling to the Seaport original will serve dinner only during fluctuating hours over the next few days; regular hours (lunch 11 AM-4 PM and dinner 4-11 PM) kick off on Monday. About half of the Mexican menu at the Lynnfield Temazcal is unique to the new location. You can check out dinner, drinks, dessert and lunch menus below, which include new plates like panko-crusted avocado with coconut-agave sauce, corn-crusted calamari, and chef Mynor Salguero's eponymous salmon served with crab meat and a saffron cream sauce. Keep scrolling down for a slideshow that reveals the tweaked interior. The juxtaposition of reclaimed woods and industrial accents somewhat recalls the Seaport space, but there is also a lot more televisions and a nice fire fixture on the heated patio. 

Temazcal Lynnfield Menus

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