After Hours at Boston's Tavern Road Street Foods

Louis DiBicarri creates three different event series to fill his takeout spot after hours
Zach Lambert

Head to Tavern Road Street Foods after hours for Chef DiBicarri's trio of event series featuring Boston's best talent in food, cocktails, and art.

Louis DiBicarri has never been known to sit idly in a comfort zone. He is constantly pushing the boundaries of Boston's food scene and in no way is this more apparent than in this incredible series of events held at TR Street Foods, his wildly successful Tavern Road's auxiliary takeout spot.

Although only open during the booming lunch rush in the Downtown, Financial and Fort Point neighborhoods, TR Street Foods has quickly become a solid location for pop-up art, chef's tasting menus, and cocktail classes.

A monthly Chef's Studio series will have you at the forefront of Boston's food trends as chefs present off-the-roster menus that are so fresh and exciting, they haven't even been printed yet. With Jade Taylor of Bondir taking the helm on April 14th and Chris Bauers of JM Curley on May 19th, you can count on being way ahead of the curve. The cost is $55 a person.

For those of you who have always been intrigued by the nifty bar skills of the talented bartenders at Tavern Road, cocktail classes held at TR Street Foods are likely a shoe-in. Ryan McGrale takes his students on a different journey across the land of booze once a month. May 13th and June 10th should be marked off in your calendars. The cost for this event is also $55 a person. 

Chef DiBicarri has always been highly invested and supportive of Boston's art scene, and Studio Sundays at TR Street Foods is a true testimony to his commitment. On the third Sunday of every month, TR Street Foods becomes a pop-up art gallery featuring various local artists and their craft. Enjoy art, nibbles from the kitchen, and a cash bar from 4-7 p.m. This event is free to the public. The next one will be held on April 27th and feature Rachel Manly.

Sign up for all three, or pop into one or two. Either way, Chef DiBicarri has gone and done it again, creating a Boston Strong empire, merging food, drink, and art, all the while bringing people together in celebration.    

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