The Kitchen Boston

The Kitchen Boston

A South End restaurant has closed its doors after the liquor license it was operating under became unavailable. Scott Herritt, the chef and owner of Kitchen Restaurant at 560 Tremont St., decided to shut down the restaurant, posting on Facebook that “we cannot continue to operate in the Kitchen space” and inviting people to his other restaurants, Marliave and Grotto. “Sometimes liquor licenses in Boston are a little tricky,” Herritt told Eater. The four-year-old Kitchen had been operating with the liquor license for F.S. Pops, the previous restaurant in that space, which is losing the license. Herritt said he did not have immediate plans to find an alternative location for Kitchen, and the staff will move to his other restaurants. Kitchen was open for dinner and brunch, with a menu that featured a number of small seafood dishes — oysters, mussels, lobster cocktail — as well as larger entrees like pan-seared scallops, lobster casserole, short rib, and beef Wellington. The restaurant also had select desserts, including doughnuts, cheesecake, and ice cream, along with a cocktail menu and beer. Herritt did not linger too long over the loss, telling Eater he had other things on his plate. “We’re opening a café downstairs at Marliave,” he said, which will be a coffee spot like someone might find in Milan, with a stand-up counter and a sophisticated focus on espresso-based drinks, lattes, and more. Foursquare OpenTable Marliave 10 Bosworth St, Boston, MA 02108 617 422 0004 Visit Website Foursquare OpenTable Grotto 37 Bowdoin St, Boston, MA 02114 227-3434 Visit Website Foursquare OpenTable Kitchen 560 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02118 695-1250 Visit Website
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The Kitchen Boston

The Boston Public Market Kitchen The Kitchen at the Boston Public Market offers year-round programming that encourages a passion for regionally sourced food and appeals to a diverse audience. The 3,200 square foot space, programmed by The Trustees of Reservations, will offer opportunities such as hands-on cooking demos, lectures, family activities, exercise classes, training and community events within the Boston Public Market. The Kitchen is a gathering place for all to share and learn about the healthy bounty of Massachusetts. It is the center of community education, programming and interaction, featuring engaging workshops, programs, tours and events that are relevant and accessible to the Boston community. As the largest private farm-land owner in the Commonwealth, The Trustees is committed to building a more sustainable food system through community supported agriculture (CSA), farm stands, pantry donation, “food by prescription” programs, day camps, cooking classes and community gardens. We look forward to bringing our experience and expertise in community programming to the Market by offering year-round educational opportunities for Market patrons. Click here for a complete list of upcoming programs in The KITCHEN. Contact The KITCHEN at kitcheninfo@thetrustees.org or leave a message at 978-578-5867
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The Kitchen Boston

Alexis began catering at 13-years-old in the San Francisco Bay Area, and launched her own private catering company at 16. Rather reluctantly, she closed her business and uprooted to chilly Boston to earn a BA in Anthropology, Community Health, and Fine Art from Tufts University. Delighted to learn food does in fact grow here too, she stayed a while longer and earned her Master’s in Occupational Therapy. After testing the waters in rehabilitation hospitals, clinics, and schools, she decided the kitchen best suits her creative, culinary mind! These days, she is Director of the East Boston YMCA’s Teaching Kitchen, a founding member of Eastie Farm (the neighborhood’s first non-profit urban farm), and an avid world traveller. Alexis is excited to extend her love of global cuisines to students at the Boston Public Market, through classes highlighting New England’s highest quality local food.
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The Kitchen Boston

Boston – Legal Test Kitchen Seaport Legal Test Kitchen (LTK) ventures into uncharted waters and pushes the boundaries of innovation in premium food and drink. Multicultural dining options and inspired seasonal cocktails cast a wide net in attracting those who have an appetite for fun. Located in the Seaport District, our restaurant is within easy walking distance to the Institute of Contemporary Art, the World Trade Center, the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion and hotels including the Renaissance Boston, Westin Waterfront and Seaport. LTK is both a destination and neighborhood hangout and our extended hours of operation make us a late night lure. In fact, our All Day Menu is available on Sunday – Wednesday until 10pm and on Thursday – Saturday until 11pm, after which our Late Night Menu, which changes daily, is served up until 12am on Sunday – Tuesday and 1am on Wednesday – Saturday. In season, you can eat sea fare while smelling the salt air in our patio seating.
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The Kitchen Boston

We use only the freshest Grade A ingredients to provide full-service catering and event planning. Boston Kitchen Pizza takes pride in paying meticulous attention to detail and will help you with every aspect of your special event. Our varied menu offers the perfect solution for a quick lunch take-out or large event. Come on in and try a fresh slice of pizza or made-to-order calzone. Our subs offer generous portions at reasonable prices for a great lunch. Or come in after work for a dinner entree in a relaxing environment to unwind. Try a unique taste of boston in one of our many specialty pizzas such as the Bostonian, the Hay Market, or the Fenway. See our menu for a full list of items. See you soon!
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The Kitchen Boston

Legal Test Kitchen (LTK) ventures into uncharted waters and pushes the boundaries of innovation in premium food and drink. Multicultural dining options and inspired seasonal cocktails cast a wide net in attracting those who have an appetite for fun. Located in the Seaport District, our restaurant is within easy walking distance to the Institute of Contemporary Art, the World Trade Center, the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion and hotels including the Renaissance Boston, Westin Waterfront and Seaport. LTK is both a destination and neighborhood hangout and our extended hours of operation make us a late night lure. In fact, our All Day Menu is available on Sunday – Wednesday until 10pm and on Thursday – Saturday until 11pm, after which our Late Night Menu, which changes daily, is served up until 12am on Sunday – Tuesday and 1am on Wednesday – Saturday. In season, you can eat sea fare while smelling the salt air in our patio seating.
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The Kitchen Boston

Neighborhood Profile South End Stroll down the beautiful brownstone lined streets while capturing views of Boston’s tallest buildings from a distance. Some of Boston’s best restaurants are scattered around this neighborhood. There are many gems to be found, from jazz clubs to classy bars and restaurants. It is also home to art galleries, interesting boutiques, artsy stores and SOWA open market during the summer months. The South End is a true find in the city, with a more residential feeling than Back Bay. Explore this neighborhood

The Kitchen Boston

South End Stroll down the beautiful brownstone lined streets while capturing views of Boston’s tallest buildings from a distance. Some of Boston’s best restaurants are scattered around this neighborhood. There are many gems to be found, from jazz clubs to classy bars and restaurants. It is also home to art galleries, interesting boutiques, artsy stores and SOWA open market during the summer months. The South End is a true find in the city, with a more residential feeling than Back Bay.
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Stroll down the beautiful brownstone lined streets while capturing views of Boston’s tallest buildings from a distance. Some of Boston’s best restaurants are scattered around this neighborhood. There are many gems to be found, from jazz clubs to classy bars and restaurants. It is also home to art galleries, interesting boutiques, artsy stores and SOWA open market during the summer months. The South End is a true find in the city, with a more residential feeling than Back Bay.
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“Sometimes liquor licenses in Boston are a little tricky,” Herritt told Eater. The four-year-old Kitchen had been operating with the liquor license for F.S. Pops, the previous restaurant in that space, which is losing the license. Herritt said he did not have immediate plans to find an alternative location for Kitchen, and the staff will move to his other restaurants.
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Explore something new every week at one or more of these Events in The Kitchen, at Boston Public Market — from workshops to hands-on cooking classes, tours, and more. Come share ideas, taste new foods, and learn why local food makes a difference – the Kitchen is for the curious and the epicurean, for the beginner and the expert!Some events are FREE, and some offer discounted admission for members. Check each listing for pricing details.
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The Kitchen is a gathering place for all to share and learn about the healthy bounty of Massachusetts. It is the center of community education, programming and interaction, featuring engaging workshops, programs, tours and events that are relevant and accessible to the Boston community.
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In this lively, hands-on cooking class you’ll learn how to utilize the produce and products of the farmers and artisans of the Boston Public Market. Guided by Chef Alexis you’ll create an exciting multi-course meal based on seasonal, local food, and increase your comfort in the kitchen through new knife skills, techniques, and flavor profiles. In addition to learning a new cooking style, you’ll enjoy tastes of three local New England wines that pair perfectly with recipes we’ll be making, courtesy of The Massachusetts Wine Shop.