G Cover Restaurants bring change to Fort Point, Seaport, Southie ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff Fort Point Channel, the Seaport, and South Boston neighborhoods are flush with upcoming restaurants. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff At lunch, office workers line up at Tavern Road & TR Street Foods in Fort Point, new in February, for fast-casual lunches that crisscross the globe. Michele McDonald for the Boston Globe The casual gastro-pub Blue Dragon in Fort Point marks Ming Tsai's first city foray. Michele McDonald for the Boston Globe Bee’s Knees Supply Co. in Fort Point, which opened in March, sells sandwiches, smoothies, a large cheese selection, wine, and beer. Laurie Swope for The Boston Globe The new Harpoon Beer Hall in Seaport accommodates roughly 300 brew lovers, but doesn’t have much in the way of food — mainly baked pretzels. Yoon S. Boon/Globe Staff While the dinner menu at 75 on Liberty Wharf in Seaport mirrors its Beacon Hill counterpart, the similarities stop there. Charlie Mahoney for The Boston Globe A national franchise specializing in higher-end Mexican food, Rosa Mexicano debuted its first Boston location in Seaport last May. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Fish tacos and brick-oven pizzas are the big menu sellers at South Boston's Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant. Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff Tasty Burger's South Boston location is the only branch to sell soft-serve ice cream.