TRENDING:       New Hampshire primary       Mookie Betts        Coronavirus        Oscar winners        Valentine’s Day At LUCIE drink + dine, a new restaurant scheduled to open within The Colonnade Hotel in mid-February, tables will get a “make your own sundae” pad with the option to select flavors (including soft serve and fro-yo options), toppings, and sauces. When Wein, who has developed dozens of restaurants through his hospitality firm, Howard Wein Hospitality, talks about it, his eyes light up like a kid in, well, an ice cream shop. “We have a thousand toppings,” Wein said, no doubt exaggerating a little. “No other restaurant does this. I’ve done so many restaurants — I’ve done Buddakan and Morimoto in New York, all these intense, A-list, super sexy [restaurants]. I was like, you know what? This is about living life every day. Not taking everything so seriously, but making sure that it’s seriously good.” LUCIE takes over the former Brasserie Jo space, a 20-year-old Back Bay stalwart that closed in October 2018. But whereas Brasserie Jo was all about French classics — coq au vin, steak frites, Alsace-style pizzas — LUCIE will feature global standbys with an American...