Forty-eight hours until the NY launch and 24 hours of Carmellini, Carmellini, Carmellini.
The Dutch and the interview.
Hey, simple food again. Pricey, but simple. In a good way.
Ah, one day we will have more simple restaurants well-defined by skills and focus rather than ambition.
Even a certain paper noted that there is no good sushi in a certain town. Why? They found a scholar who said it’s because there are few Japanese businessmen in Boston. Uh huh. First of all, data? Second, raw fish is loved by all sorts of folks. The piece did note that the Japanese places are often run by Chinese folks here.
The big news? BBQ in the Bean!