Perhaps the most under-sung restaurant in Boston. For years, chef Tim Wiechmann has quietly celebrated his rock-solid relationships with regional fisherman, farmers and foragers, turning out two nightly tasting menus—one three courses, one six—that commend rather than obscure the daily sourced ingredients. Wine pairings are highly encouraged, as Wiechmann and his wife and co-proprietor, Bronwyn, highlight tiny and lesser-known vineyards; at the end of the meal, Bronwyn will happily tell you where to pick up a bottle of your new favorite rosé. Brunch is another find, with rutabaga eggs Benedict and what-the-hell desserts like maple pound cake and a daytime sundae.
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377 Walden St
|Cross street:||at Marshall St|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Thu 5–9pm; Fri–Sat 5–9:30pm; Sun 10:30am–2pm, 5–9pm|