Treats & Feast: Osteria Nino Goes 10 for 10

Osteria Nino
(781) 272-1600
19 3rd Avenue
Burlington, MA 01821

Bar menu: Available weekdays from 4:00pm-6:00pm
Bar menu: $10 per item
: $12 each


Osteria Nino in Burlington is debuting a new bar menu as well as a refreshed list of balanced craft cocktails. The Roman kitchen’s “10 for 10” bar menu showcases ten Italian specialties that are available for $10 each weekdays in the bar and lounge area. Designed to encourage a social bar experience, these shareable dishes are created with the tried and true techniques of “cucina italiana”:

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Cacio e Pepe

Salumi Formagi


  • Crispy Roman Risotti Suppli with tomato and mozzarella
  • Calamari Fritti with lemon and aioli
  • Bruschetta with fig jam and fresh ricotta
  •  Salumi Formagi compilation with cured Italian meats and cheese
  •  6 Hour Meatballs made with pork, beef and tomato
  •  Cacio e Pepe, delicate Roman guitar string pasta, pecorino Romano and black pepper
  •  Cavatelli all’Amatriciana with cured pork, tomato and pecorino Romano
  •  Fettuccine Alfredo with butter and parmigiano
  •  Fettuccine al Rago with a traditional southern beef and pork ragu, tomatoes and parmigiana
  •  Margherita Pizza with tomato, basil and mozzarella


Margherita Pizza


On the liquid side, the cocktails ($12) are organized in four user-friendly categories to easily navigate your palate: Italian, vodka & gin, whiskey and other:

Autumn Sweater

  • Autumn Sweater with rye, amaro and maple syrup
  • Apple Crisp with cider, maple bourbon and cinnamon
  • Fall Honey with silver tequila, spiced honey and pomegranate
  • Sicilian Sunrise with Amaro Averna and grapefruit
  • Old Paesan with rye, orange and bitters. For clear-based spirits
  • Water Lily marries gin, violet and citrus
  • Berry Gin Fizz shakes up cranberry and citrus with egg white
  • Nino Manhattan with bourbon, Antica Formula, bitters and a cherry
  • Sangria with red wine, tangerine and ginger ($45 per pitcher)

Apple Crisp

Berry Gin Fizz














Osteria Nino opened in Burlington’s lively dining scene in May of 2015. Bringing a deep understanding and respect for the longstanding culinary traditions of Italy, Osteria Nino makes the most of the exquisite local bounty by marrying it with the tried and true techniques of “cucina italiana.” With its culinary program directed by celebrated industry veteran Chris Boswell and its kitchen helmed by the Italian-trained Walace Benica, guests come to share in expertly sourced, thoughtfully prepared, authentic Italian cuisine with beauty that shines through in perfectly executed simplicity. Its daily rotating menu brings forth clean, pure and delicious creations from its entirely scratch kitchen which also carries over into Osteria Nino’s seasonally influenced craft cocktail program. Osteria Nino boasts an all-Italian wine list, curated to offer the best sips from the different regions. The warm and inviting atmosphere encompasses a bar and lounge area, a dining room complete with a culinary bar and open kitchen, a private dining room and seasonal patio with a custom-designed pizza oven bedecked in mosaic tiles. Osteria Nino is located at 19 3rd Avenue in Burlington, MA. For more information, please call (781) 272-1600 or visit Follow Osteria Nino on Facebook at /OsteriaNinoBurlington, Instragram at @OsteriaNino and Twitter at @OsteriaNino.

Special Event Treats & Feast: Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake 25th Anniversary Menu!


Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake
(617) 859-8555
384 Boylston Street

Boston, MA 02116

Wednesdays from 11:30am-2:00am, through November 25
Specialty tacos: from $10-16
Mini Margaritas: $2.50 each

Back Bay landmark restaurant and bar Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake is celebrating its 25th birthday through November 25. To honor its silver anniversary, Chef Brian Poe will dish out the “Rattlesnake’s Greatest Hits” taco specials for six straight weeks and the beverage team will shake up a commemorative $2.50 Mini Margarita boasting the Rattlesnake’s signature recipe with its original 1990 pricing. The culinary specials will be a compilation of some of Chef Poe’s most popular taco creations since he entered the Rattlesnake kitchen in 2009. Each week, Chef Poe will resurrect a recipe from his “Poe Vault” for one night only to give revelers a taste in Rattlesnake history:

  • October 28: Quail Tacos – fig & thyme stuffed quail confit, pumpkin-jalapeño salsa, truffle risotto


Quail Tacos


  • November 4: Scallop Tacos – champagne-shellfish crema, cherry pepper relish, crispy Swiss chard
  • November 11: Serrano Stuffed Boar Tacos – habanero smoked, with charred tomato salsa
  • November 18: Lamb Taco – mint marinated lamb should with cucumber, tomatillo mint salsa, Cypress Grove cheese
  • November 25: Turkey Tacos – jalapeño smoked, with cranberry-jalapeño salsa



Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake debuted in the spring of 2009. With over 20 years’ experience under their belt as a bar and nightlife destination, the Rattlesnake Bar and Grill enlisted the culinary expertise of Chef Brian Poe to redesign the menu, adding his creative and fresh take on the flavors of the Americas. Along with the regular menu, Chef Poe also features a “Poe Unleashed” menu, which offers unique dishes for the culinary adventurer. The Poe Unleashed menu changes weekly. Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake features outdoor dining on their roof-deck and al fresco on Boylston Street, as well as private function space in Venom. Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake is located at 384 Boylston Street in Boston. Follow Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake on Facebook and Twitter.

Treats & Feast Special Event: Brass Union 2015 Heroes & Villains Halloween Bash

Brass Union
(617) 623-9211
70 Union Square, Somerville, MA 02143

Saturday, October 31, from 9pm – 2am
Complimentary admission

21+ with proper ID

Brass Union will the set the stage for Heroes & Villains, a comic character-themed Halloween bash complete with a dance party, costume contests, festive cocktails and – of course – candy. In keeping in Brass Union’s affinity for interactive gaming, may the best win.

DJ ABD will take to the turntables and spin a variety of genres from hip-hop, funk and soul to ‘80s hits. For good measure, DJ ABD will mix in a dose of Halloween classics so revelers can do their best “Monster Mash.” For those vying for “Best in Show,” there are a trio of costume contests, each with a cash prize: “Best Hero,” “Best Villain,” and one for uncategorized costumes.

For spooky sips ($12 each), beverage director Paulo Pereira will be pouring the ; the ; and, the.

Brass Union Spooky Sips ($12 each)

  • Fantasma: Don Julio margarita with ghost pepper agave nectar
  • Venom Vesper: A spin on a classic vesper with Ketel One, Tanqueray and Lillet Rouge
  • Oliver Thredson: (named after the Massachusetts-based American Horror Story: Asylum character): An allspice Old Fashioned with Bulleit bourbon


Brass Union “Heroes and Villains” Halloween Bash will be held this Saturday, October 31, from 9pm – 2am. Admission is complimentary. 21+ with proper ID


Brass Union, an eatery and lounge experience, opened its doors in Somerville’s Union Square in June of 2014. Housed in the space that formerly inhabited Somerville’s police headquarters, Brass Union encompasses two spaces that boast two distinct – yet synergetic – concepts. In the front restaurant and bar area, Brass Union sets the stage for a New York City-style tavern reminiscent of days of yore and in the rear space there is an interactive lounge experience with a vintage tabletop video game and a shuffleboard court. Brass Union dishes out a menu of American-style small plates complemented by inventive craft cocktails that incorporate housemade syrups and sodas and there are 24 draft lines. Brass Union is located at 70 Union Square in Somerville. For more information, please call (617) 623-9211 or visit Follow Brass Union on Facebook and Twitter.

My Dorchester Reporter Column This Week: Harvesting food and jobs from once-vacant lots

Harvesting food and jobs from once-vacant lots

Ballou Avenue is one of those Dorchester streets that can easily be overlooked. Tucked along the Fairmount Line tracks to the southwest of Codman Square, it’s a residential street with some very nice homes. But until recently, it was also home to a barren, 20,000 square-foot empty lot that was a weed-infested, trash-strewn eyesore.

Brunch Treats & Feast: Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar & Grill

Recently renovated and reopened, Jerry Remy’s Fenway is the ultimate location for weekend brunching and cheering on your favorite football teams this season, with games playing simultaneously on the 30 state-of-the-art HD TVs, including the “Screen Monster.”  

The menu, broken down by “Egg Specialties” and “Off the Griddle”, features both savory and sweet brunch items such as Southern-inspired Chicken & Biscuits, Lobster Benedict, and indulgent Bananas Foster French Toast.

For those seeking a hair of the dog, purchase a $5 Tito’s Vodka cocktail and head over to the build-your-own Bloody Mary bar to garnish and spice your cocktail according to your taste with bacon strips, Old Bay spice and the usual suspects like horseradish and celery.

Lobster Benedict

  Egg Specialties

  • Three Eggs Any Style* home fries and toast. Choice of bacon, sausage or Canadian bacon 10
  • Eggs Benedict* poached eggs, hollandaise sauce with grilled Canadian bacon, home fries and fresh fruit 11
  • Lobster Benedict* our eggs benedict with succulent tender lobster, home fries, and fresh fruit 19
  • Steak and Eggs* grilled sirloin tips, three eggs your way, home fries, and toast 15


Chicken & Biscuits

  • Chicken & Biscuits Southern fried over buttermilk biscuit, mashed potato covered with our sausage gravy 12
  • Corned Beef Hash Skillet* poached eggs, hollandaise sauce over our house made hash, and rye toast 12
  • Fresh Fruit Plate & Berry Smoothie sliced seasonal fruit and house-made mixed berry smoothie 8


Bananas Foster French Toast


Off the Griddle

  • Bananas Foster French Toast mascarpone stuffed challah, bananas, caramel and powdered sugar 11
  • Traditional French Toast thick cinnamon battered challah, powdered sugar, and side maple syrup 9
  • Traditional Pancakes buttermilk recipe topped with strawberry sauce and side maple syrup 9
  • Jerry’s Pancakes choose from either fresh blueberry, strawberry or chocolate chip; topped with whipped cream, powdered sugar and side maple syrup 10

Sides 3

  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Canadian bacon
  • Home Fries
  • Berry Smoothie
  • Biscuit with Gravy
  • White, Marble Rye, Multi-Grain Toas
  • English Muffins


Jerry Remy’s Fenway, located at 1265 Boylston Street, is open daily from 11:00am to 2:00am; the kitchen is open until 10:00pm. For more information, please visit or ‘like’ Jerry Remy’s Fenway on Facebook.

Treats & Feast: Riverbar Bites and Sips

riverbarRiver Bar
(617) 616-5561
661 Assembly Row, Somerville, MA 02145


Chef Patrick Gilmartin is bringing fall favorites to Assembly Row with the launch of a revamped menu at River Bar. Chef Gilmartin’s new items incorporate the peak flavors of the season in eclectic, thoughtfully prepared small and large plate offerings.


Pumpkin Pancake


Small Plates

  • Fig, Walnuts & Lettuces (butter lettuce, candied walnuts, Gochu Goddess dressing – $9)
  • Pumpkin Pancake (mushroom duxelles – $8)
  • Rice Cakes (spicy pepper sauce, carrots, haricot verts – $8)
  • Crab & Garlic Noodle (ramen, scallion, butter – $12)
  • Fusilli & Salami (tomato cream sauce, fresh peas – $11)

Crab and Garlic Noodles

Fusilli & Salami










Large Plates

  • Trout & Clams (ginger, garlic, haricot verts – $27)
  • Grilled Sirloin (roasted Brussels sprouts, crispy onion strings, port – $32)
  • Shanghai-Braised Pork Shank (polenta, sautéed greens – $19)
  • Housemade Garlic Sausage (sauerkraut, whole grain mustard – $13)
  • Drunken Rigatoni (chili peppers, fish sauce, tomatoes, basil – $18)

Shanghai-Braised Pork Shank



  • St. Cecilia  (gin, cardamom, lime, pomegranate, bubbles – $12)
  • Casino Royale (Montenegro, blood orange liqueur, lemon, honey, mint, mole – $14)
  • Paris Carver (vodka, ginger, pear – $10)
  • Rose Tyler (Cocchi Rosa, Lillet Rose, gin, elderflower – $10)
  • Three Snake Leaves (house fig & cedar gin, shiso, lemon, honey, balsamic – $10)
  • Certain Obscure Things (mezcal, Génépy des Alpes, Dolin Blanc, Herbsaint, wormwood bitters – $12)
  • All The Small Things (Old Monk Rum, applejack, green apple, ginger, Licor 43 – $10)
  • Netflix & Chill (bourbon, chai, Lapsang Souchong, Barolo Chinato – $12)
  • Autumn Still (bourbon, Kummel Caraway, Averna, Angostura – $10)
  • Sweetheart of the Rodeo (port, lemon, allspice, egg white – $12)



River Bar’s two new “hot” cocktail concoctions will keep guests warm throughout the season while cozying up next to the dueling fire pits:

  • Mind Glow (rye, Bittermens Hiver Amer, lemon, honey – $10)
  • Hot Buttered Cider (Old Monk Rum, butter, spices, brown sugar – $10)

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River Bar is open daily from 11:00am to 1:00am and for Sunday brunch service beginning at 11:00am.


River Bar opened its doors in Somerville’s Assembly Row in November of 2014. River Bar offers an intimate indoor setting complete with a traditional bar and a culinary bar and an expansive, lively outdoor area with fire pits and trees overlooking the Mystic River. The menu of “elevated street food” by Executive Chef Patrick Gilmartin (Staff Meal Food Truck; Rialto) is complemented by a contemporary cocktail list that is founded in classic preparations. This is restaurateur Ken Kelly’s sixth establishment in Somerville, joining sister venues The Independent, Foundry on Elm, Saloon, Brass Union and the Davis Square Theatre. River Bar is located at 661 Assembly Row in Somerville. For more information, please call (617) 616-5561 or visit Follow River Bar on Facebook at /RiverBarAssemblyRow and Twitter at @BarRiverBar.

Dinner Treats & Feast: Legal Crossing Brings Fall Tastes to DTX

Legal Crossing DTX
558 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111

Legal Crossing (LX) is offering a refreshed menu with new creations from land and sea in Downtown Crossing. In addition to featuring tried-and-true favorites from all of the Legal Sea Foods concepts, Legal Crossing also serves up signature items exclusive to its location as well as seasonal menu features.

Persian Cucumbers

Small plates

  • Crispy Salmon in a sake marinade ($6)
  • Portuguese Style Fish Cakes, which pairs salt cod with a smoked tomato remoulade ($8)
  • Lobster Rangoon with apple gastrique ($4 each)
  • Persian Cucumbers with sesame chili vinaigrette ($5)


Lobster Rangoon

Plates to Share: Seafood

  • Mussels with bacon, fennel cream and leaks ($10)
  • House Smoked Salmon served with brioche toast points and mustard apple cream ($11)




Confit Turkey Wing

Plates to Share: Meats

  • Herb Crusted Lamb Loin with fate relish and squash hash ($15)
  • Confit Turkey Wing with herbed lemon yogurt sauce
  • LX Charcuterie Board, the chef’s selection of seafood, meat and accoutrements ($16)
  • Scotch Egg with chickpea ragout and crispy kale ($6)



Scotch Egg

Plates to Share: Vegetables & Grains

  • Roasted Beet & Kale Salad topped with pecans, blue cheese and an apple-orange vinaigrette ($8)
  • Butternut Risotto finished with a 12-year balsamic and Anjou pear chutney ($8)
  • Crispy Polenta with tomato fondue and fontina cream ($7)

Main Course

  • Roasted Cod with butternut squash gnocchi, butternut cream and Swiss chard ($27)
  • Seared Sea Scallops with wild mushroom risotto, chanterelles and sunchoke chips ($33)
  • Butter Poached Lobster with mushroom leek pudding, choucroute and lobster cream (MP)

Simply LX

  • Tuna Steak (MP), paired with chef-selected seasonal sides.

Roasted Cod

Legal Crossing is open daily from 11am to 2am.


Legal Sea Foods was founded more than 60 years ago by George Berkowitz when he opened a small fish market in Inman Square, Cambridge.  Today President & CEO Roger Berkowitz leads the company toward continued growth and diversification. With more than 30 restaurants up and down the East Coast, Legal Sea Foods has earned scores of honors and awards (its clam chowder has been served at every presidential inaugural since 1981) and proudly carries its well-earned reputation as the nation’s finest seafood restaurant. For more information about Legal Sea Foods and its locations, please visit Follow Legal Sea Foods on Facebook and Twitter.

Dinner Treats & Feast: Brass Union Autumnal Menu

Brass Union
(617) 623-9211
70 Union Square, Somerville, MA 02143

Brass Union is revamping the menu to highlight the seasonal local harvest. Designed by executive chef Jon Kopacz, the new carte du jour at this eatery and interactive lounge will dish out autumn delights with ingredients from the area’s local farmers markets and purveyors.

Brass Union Autumnal Menu

  • Parsnip Soup (crispy parsnip – $9)
  • Kale Salad (roasted garlic vin, pecorino, red onion, garlic croutons – $9)
  • Chopped Salad (romaine, frisée, Great Hill blue cheese, grape tomato, asparagus, boiled egg, jalapeño ranch dressing – $10)
  • Mushroom Toast (wild mushrooms, leeks, lightly poached egg yolk, smoked tomato aioli – $10)
  • Brussels Sprouts (caramelized onions, Vermont cheddar cheese – $8)
  • Cod Cakes (fresh local cod with no filler, citrus aioli, fennel, garlic, blistered tomato, olive – $12)
  • Farro (winter squash, beets, Brussels leaves, cherry mostarda, almond – $10)
  • Mushroom Fettuccini (wild mushrooms, squash, roasted tomato, white wine, pecorino – half: $11; full; $16)
  • Ravioli (ricotta & goat cheese, sweet potato, tomato sauce, arugula, pecorino – $10)
  • Grilled Lamb Sirloin (braised lamb shank, chickpeas, chimichurri – $19)
  • Market Fish (potato pavé, French green beans, smoked potato purée – $14)
  • Chicken Liver Pâté (pickled shallot, cornichon, radish – $10)


Grilled Lamb Sirloin

Chef Kopacz will continue to serve up signature favorites:

  • Choripán (Argentinian-style chorizo “hotdog,” chimichurri, Portuguese pop bun – $6)
  • Lobster Pappardelle (grilled lobster, fresh pasta, roasted tomato, English peas – half: $14; full: $20)
  • Grilled Pork Loin Sandwich (chile, arugula, kewpie mayo, Portuguese bun, house-cut fries – $13)
  • Cheeseburger (grass-fed beef, Cabot cheddar, onion marmalade, green aioli, house-cut fries – $14)
  • Steak Frites (7oz. sirloin, porcini butter, herbed house-cut fries, petite salad, béarnaise – $19)

On the liquid side, the beverage team at Brass Union is debuting new classic cocktails with seasonal flavors including apple, pear, basil and honey. Under the direction of beverage director Paulo Pereira, these unique options are crafted with housemade sodas and syrups, peak seasonal ingredients and special touches.

For the “Beginner” drinker, the duo of new options:

  • Mariana (Leblon Cachaça, Luxardo Maraschino cherries, red wine, lime, sugar – $11)
  • Rum Daisy (Privateer Silver, Combier L’Original, lemon, house grenadine – $12)
  • New “Intermediate” cocktails:
  • Cheese Board (pecorino vodka, apple, St. Germain, honey, lemon, prosecco – $13)
  • Sonny & Gramps (Cocoa Puff-infused bourbon, chili pepper simple syrup, Bittermens Xocolatl Mole Bitters – $12)

Seasonal cocktail on draft:

  • Caffé Corretto, a refreshing cold brew of Italian coffee with Amaro Montenegro, Licor 43 and milk foam ($10)

Caffe Corretto


Brass Union is open for dinner service weekdays from 5pm until 12pm and weekends from 4pm through 12pm.


Brass Union, an eatery and lounge experience, opened its doors in Somerville’s Union Square in June of 2014. Housed in the space that formerly inhabited Somerville’s police headquarters, Brass Union encompasses two spaces that boast two distinct – yet synergetic – concepts. In the front restaurant and bar area, Brass Union sets the stage for a New York City-style tavern reminiscent of days of yore and in the rear space there is an interactive lounge experience with a vintage tabletop video game and a shuffleboard court. Brass Union dishes out a menu of American-style small plates complemented by inventive craft cocktails that incorporate housemade syrups and sodas and there are 24 draft lines. Brass Union is located at 70 Union Square in Somerville. For more information, please call (617) 623-9211 or visit Follow Brass Union on Facebook and Twitter.

Halloween Drinks Treats & Feast Cocktail Recipes: Davio’s Halloween Cocktail Menu

Trick or Treat! Pick your poison with the all-new Halloween cocktail menu at Davio’s, available only at the Back Bay location from October 30th through November 1st  as Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse transitions their traditional cocktail menu to include spooky and sweet cocktails to get you into the Halloween spirit.


Black Devil

Black Devil

The Black Devil- $12   2 oz Myers Dark Rum or Ron Zacapa 1/2 oz Sweet Vermouth 2 dashes of Black Mission Fig Bitters   Put all ingredients over ice, stir, and strain into chilled martini glass with orange colored super fine sugar. Garnish with French brandy soaked luxardo cherries on a Halloween swizzle stick.    

Green Monster

The Green “Monster”- $12

2 oz Plymouth Gin

1 tsp Green Creme de Menthe

1 oz fresh lemon juice

1 tsp mint simple syrup

1 egg white

Put all ingredients over ice and shake very vigorously. Add a space of soda water, serve in a snifter glass that is rimmed with raspberry puree “blood” that oozes down the outside of the glass.


The Great Pumpkin

The Great Pumpkin – $12

1 oz Vanilla Vodka

1 oz Spiced Pumpkin Liquor

1 oz Baileys

½ oz Pumpkin puree

2 dashes of maple bitters

Add all ingredients over ice and shake, and strain into martini glass. Add a bit of fresh whipped cream to one side as well as a sprinkle of graham cracker, cinnamon and nutmeg.

Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
75 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116

For more information, please call (617)357-4810 or visit Follow Davios on Facebook and Twitter.

Dinner Treats & Feasts: Haru Welcomes Fall Flavors

Modern Japanese cuisine meets the season’s boldest ingredients

Golden Beet Roll

Haru is debuting contemporary Japanese specials that showcase the bold tastes of the season. Beginning October 13, Haru will dish out a beet-laced sushi roll and flavorful salad as well as an entrée rooted in comfort. Additionally, Haru will shake up two cocktails that are classics reinvented.

  • Wakame-Beet Salad ($12) is a bright and tangy mix of gold and red beets, vitamin-rich Ito Wakame and green onion finished in a lemon vinaigrette with a pinch of salt, black pepper and pistachio nuts. Keeping in Haru’s tradition of creating some of the most unique sushi rolls around
  • Golden Beet Roll ($17) layers nori, avocado, yellowtail and golden beets inside sushi rice. The roll is sprinkled with crushed pistachios and sesame seeds, served alongside a red beet sauce, wasabi and ginger. Moving onto the entrée
  • Ra-Yu Short Rib ($23) starts with braised beef short rib in a succulent jus that is piled high with a daikon, green onion and carrot salad, topped with sesame seeds and Ra-Yu sesame oil.


(left)Cucumber Gimlet (right) Black Cherry Manhattan


From the bar, Haru will offer creative twists on two classics ($7.50 each):

  • Black Cherry Manhattan is a play on the iconic 19th century cocktail with Nikka whiskey, Cherry Heering liqueur and Angostura bitters that is served straight up in a martini glass.
  • Cucumber Gimlet, a combination of muddled fresh cucumber, lime and cilantro shaken with homemade simple syrup and the 34-times-distilled Purity vodka.

55 Huntington Avenue • Boston, MA 02199
(Street level at the Shops at Prudential Center)


Haru is a leading name in Japanese cuisine. What began as a neighborhood sushi establishment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side has grown into a six-restaurant group in New York and Boston. Haru serves inventive cuisine ranging from sushi, sashimi and creative salads to signature dishes like ceviches, tartares, filet mignon, grilled spicy shrimp and specialty rolls. Haru’s cocktail selections are creative and sophisticated, often incorporating Japanese ingredients. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, Haru is also a popular neighborhood destination for culinary “Happy Hour,” offered Monday through Saturday in the bar and lounge.

For more information, please call 617.536.0770 or visit Follow Haru Boston on Facebook and Twitter.

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