It’s time to get to Canton to do some noshin’ and groggin’ because the newly relocated Nosh & Grog gastropub is now open at 95 Washington Street. Owner Craig Neubecker and chef-owner Chelven Randolph are ready to show off the new digs at The Village Shops Cobb Corner that they’ve been working on all summer, and you’re definitely going to want to see the expanded space and take a spin around the new menu.
The brand-new spot gives the N&G crew a lot more room to spread their wings, but you can also expect the same simple, elegant approach to food and drinks that’s always been their signature, which includes super fresh ingredients sourced from local farms. The new menu is filled with old faves and new flavors, including contributions from Wild Robbins Farm, Silverwood Organic Farm, Tangerini’s Spring Street Farm, Island Creek Oysters, Edible Gardens by Sully, Clodhopper Farm, Eddy The Mushroom Man, Mi Tierra Tortillas, Langwater Farm and Crescent Ridge Dairy, just to name a few. Toni Casoli, with some input and mentorship from Corey Bunnewith (formerly of Coppa and Boston Harbor Distillery), is heading up the bar program, so there are some inventive fall cocktails to check out, too.
Grab a reservation here. They’re serving just dinner for the first week, with plans to expand into oyster brunches, lunch, and late-night menus in the coming weeks. Stay up on their Instagram and Facebook for updates, and to take a peek at the new space before you go, and if you have any Qs, shoot them at text at 508.359.4100.