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Best of the New 2008: Restaurants


There are many reasons to love Ula Cafe. The exposed-brick space is dynamite, with plenty of seating. It’s located in a century-old brewery that’s now home to a dozen businesses helping to rejuvenate a tough part of Jamaica Plain. But the best reason is the popovers. Order one—deliciously doughy and fresh from the oven—smear raspberry jam inside, and smile all day long. Ula Cafe, 284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain, 617-524-7890,

(Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)