East Boston’s food scene remains unsung, so props to this outfit for better-exposing the neighborhood to its cult-like following, one cultivated through relationships with New England oyster farms (like Narragansett’s Walrus and Carpenter Oysters), hip guest chefs and artisan food makers (like August “pool party” partner Parlor Ice Cream Co.). And, of course, there’s a signature shtick: EBO’s email recipients learn the secret location of each fast-selling event less than 48 hours before slurp time starts.
East Boston Oysters
Indie chefs Samuel Monsour and Mark O’Leary have impressive resumes (including gigs at jm Curley and O Ya) and a wicked sense of humor...
Though it billed itself as a speakeasy-style cocktail lounge when opening, Wink & Nod has surprised and delighted us with its inventive culinary incubator program: Every six months, the kitchen hosts a different pop-up…...