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A popular Boston chef is opening a Greek restaurant in Fenway

Jody Adams’s Saloniki is coming in March.

Jody Adams at Rialto in Harvard Square. Barry Chin / The Boston Globe

Jody Adams, the celebrated chef behind popular eateries TRADE and Rialto, is opening a Greek restaurant in Fenway this March, Zagat reports.

Saloniki is slotted to be a “fine-casual’’ joint with “customizable,’’ “build-your-own’’ menu options, according to Zagat. Spicy lamb meatballs, honey braised pork shoulder, and zucchini feta fritters will be on the menu, according to The Boston Globe.

Adams, a James Beard Award-winning chef, will be teaming up with Eric Papachristos, a co-owner of TRADE, and Jonathan Mendez, the opening restaurant manager of TRADE. Adams and Papachristos, along with TRADE co-owner Sean Griffing, are also pushing to launch a new seafood place in Avalon at the Prudential Center.

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So far, there is no exact open date for Saloniki, but their official Instagram, Twitter, and website all launched in January.

Update: This post has been updated to reflect the following: The restaurant name is spelled Saloniki. Jonathan Mendez was the opening restaurant manager at TRADE. Mendez will not be a part of the Avalon project; instead it will be Adams, Papachristos, and Griffing. We regret the errors.

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