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Prix fixe menu, pairing are excellent, post meal cocktails at backbar
There's no menu at all — pay $75; eat what is served. The focus is on delicate, artful preparations of local ingredients. [Eater 38 Member]
all newly minted phd's receive one stiff drink, on the house. (the owners are phd's.)
Seven small courses will leave you very full. Very few misses; mostly hits and a few home runs. Probably the best meal I've had in Boston.
Bar seating is the best seating in the house - a view into the kitchen and no reservations required! Make sure to ask about the local & seasonal brews.
Sit at the kitchen bar! You get a sneak peak at the food as it's being made, and extra anticip---------pation.
Only offers tasting menus: three, five, or seven courses of vegetarian or non. [Eater 38 Member]
On a special night, spend the extra money and try the 3, 5 or 7 course meal. The food is delicately prepared and even the small portions will fill you up eventually.
Saturdays you can check out Journeyman BBQ. Awesome sandwiches and homemade sodas!
Sit at the bar to get a view of the open kitchen. And watch the magic happen! So amazing what comes out of these chefs