Pairings, relaxed social dining accented by an extensive list of wines by the pour and innovative small plate options - this evolution of the restaurant is a meritage of warm autumnal tones, textural & tactile fabrics & dark wood, juxtaposed with natural light & vaulted ceilings.
I never actually ate at Bonfire when it was around. In terms of celebrity chef restaurants, I tend to gravitate towards Barbara Lynch's places rather than Todd English's. For those of you that hadn't heard, Bonfire closed down and will reopen as Pairings next week on 10/26. And if I remember correctly, Todd English isn't affiliated with the new restaurant.
Floor to ceiling open windows & patio dining create a neighborhood destination with just enough edge to be interesting yet inviting.
Grubstreet Boston got a sneak peek at the menu. Looks tasty. I've never had a lobster corn dog. But anything battered and fried is ok in my book.
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