Chef Barbara Lynch has remade the classic meat market as a polished wine bar–cum–hangout, and it's just the kind of high-quality, low-pretense spot every neighborhood could use. Stop in for a glass of wine and a casual, quick snack of homemade prosciutto and salami or a plate of artisanal cheeses. Or, linger longer over dinner specials like tagliatelle bolognese and juicy prime rib-eye. Reservations are accepted for parties of six or more.
Nov 24, 2008
A meat heavy spot in the South End. Food's not bad but very expensive for what you get, and there's not much seating. There are better options in the general area.