Hidden deep within the recesses of Somerville’s Union Square, Journeyman is a culinary experience unlike anything else you’ll find in the Boston area. Serious diners seek out the industrially outfitted space for inventive, multi-course prix fixe tasting menus built on local produce and the whim of chefs Diana Kudajarova and Tse Wei Lim. You won’t get to pick your dinner, but you can choose between three, five or seven courses and let your server know if you’d prefer vegetarian or a more omnivorous feast. Each course is small, but true foodies will appreciate the utmost care that goes into each bite of artfully plated pork rillette or shaved frozen foie gras or celeriac brûlée.
9 Sanborn Court
|Cross street:||at Union Square|
|Opening hours:||5.30-10pm Wed-Sun.|
|Transport:||Red line to Harvard Square, then bus 86|
|Price:||Tasting menu $85.|