The hipster-friendly ‘hood at the end of the Orange Line has attracted a lot of new restaurants over the last couple years. And as a result, it’s drawing in many more curious diners. Curl up with a book and Bordeaux at Tres Gatos (pictured), the intimate neighborhood tapas restaurant that boasts a vinyl and book shop in back. (Caution: every record feels like a necessary purchase after two glasses of wine.) Across the street, Canary Square is a bustling neighborhood hangout, drawing crowds with elevated comfort food, cool cocktails and themed “movie nights.” (Jurassic Park, anyone?) The Haven is beloved for serving fine Scottish food, while the charmingly dive-style Brendan Behan’s Pub is consistently ranked among the top Irish spots in Boston - though the Middle Earth-like interior of James’s Gate, perfectly suiting its hearty menu, makes it a worthy competitor. Buzz-worthy new entrants to the neighborhood include sleek coffee bar Caffe Aromi and the charming Centre Street Sanctuary, housed in a former church. But don’t miss longtime local favorites like City Feed and Ula Café, with rave-worthy sandwiches made using fresh, local ingredients in line with JP’s crunchy vibe.