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There’s no shortage of pizza and pasta on the menu at Pastoral (perfect for this weekend), but the Fort Point spot shows off its versatility with six new dishes from the spring menu. There’s plenty of seafood, and lots of veggies, and even house-made charcuterie (and, okay, one pizza). Have a peek to see chef Todd Winer at his finest (or sign up for one of his classes and glean some of his tricks of the trade). READ MORE »
Like any little sister with big shoes to fill, Study, the second restaurant from the team behind Somerville’s Journeyman and Backbar, plans to keep up with the standard set by its predecessor. READ MORE »
Carla and Christine Pallotta bring the authentic Italian flavors of the North End (and their mother’s kitchen) to Atlantic Avenue at their expanded NEBO. Snag a window seat to watch spring do its thing on the Rose Kennedy Greenway or hold out for just a few weeks (fingers crossed) and get a jump on patio season (there are heat lamps!) READ MORE »
If the downright spring-like weather has brought you out of hibernation and got you in the mood for a mini road trip, head for Red Bird. Helmed by chef-owner Daniel Stokes, the Waltham restaurant was perched atop lots of Best Of lists last year so you can rest assured it’ll be worth the trip. Or, kill two birds with one stone and catch a slew of neighborhood restaurants (Red Bird, included) at this weekend’s Breezer’s Ball, a celebration of all things Waltham. READ MORE »
They may be all about the sweets for their upcoming La Dolce Vida dinner but it’s truly a group effort at Café ArtScience, where chef Patrick Campbell, pastry chef Renae Connolly, mixologist Todd Maul and GM Tom Mastricola are creating menus that are both approachable and innovative. See how it all comes together on the plate (or in the glass, as the case may be). READ MORE »