Having closed his Fort Point restaurant Tavern Road last summer, chef Louis DiBiccari recently popped up again at Wink & Nod, the South End’s very successful restaurant incubator. His latest concept draws from an eclectic Mediterranean menu, with dishes like naked or protein-dressed variants of tahini hummus, raw and grilled seafood and fried, grilled and roasted meats, like a whole porchetta. Get there before his residency ends this fall.
Humaari at Wink & Nod
3 Appleton St., Boston • (617) 482-0117
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- 3 Appleton St., Boston
- (617) 482-0117
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