New American, American
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- 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.)
- Sit at the kitchen bar! You get a sneak peak at the food as it's being made, and extra anticip---------pation.
- Saturdays you can check out Journeyman BBQ. Awesome sandwiches and homemade sodas!
- Potentially best meal I've ever had. And that's not for lack of trying!!
- The apple Crumble is a mouth-watering apple-malt crumble served a la mode (aka just the way we like it) and a touch of fragrantmicro-basil.
- Prix fixe menu, pairing are excellent, post meal cocktails at backbar
- 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.
- 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.
- Inspired work in molecular and locavore food....fascinating drinks, too. Steep prices, but definitely worth it. Our critic had fun because the restaurant partners and staff have fun.
- 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
- An assiduous focus on local sourcing, artisanal techniques & biodynamic wines offered only as a set menu of 3, 5, or 7 courses at prices of $49, $65, & $85. Get your reservations in now.
- Constantly changing tasting menu with cocktails from Back Bar. Sit at the bar for the best view of the cooking.