Boston Restaurants Perfect for the Changing Weather
The sunny fall weather is giving way to a rainy week. Feeling the chill? These delicious dishes will make you feel warm and toasty inside. Let Reserve help you cozy up at one of these great Boston restaurants!
Chef Daniel Bojorquez and Chef Frank McClelland provide a top-tier, casual experience at La Brasa with culinary influences rooted in Mexico, Peru and the Middle East to name a few, as seen in this roasted carrots dish. Filled with the smell of a wood-burning stove, La Brasa brings a sense of community in a relaxed environment fit for enjoying good food.
Josephine serves contemporary seasonal French cuisine and wines, bringing a taste of Paris to Boston. It’s interior, designed with large pieces of Berkshires wood and steel, boasts a laidback, chic atmosphere and a menu filled with hearty dishes such as this roasted chicken with vegetables.
Coppa is an Italian enoteca serving Italian small plates, housemade pasta and charcuterie using locally sourced ingredients. The decor — dark wood, exposed brick and modern light fixtures — creates an intimate, chic environment. A selection of eclectic wines and inventive cocktails are available to pair with the cuisine.
The Butcher Shop is both a neighborhood wine bar and a full service butcher shop. Inspired by Chef Barbara Lynch’s travels throughout France and Italy, The Butcher Shop is the perfect place to have a glass of wine along with a small bite or tasty plate, like a meaty pasta dish.
Housed in a brick building that was previously a pasta sauce factory, the dining room feels both industrial and homey, with plenty of warm, reclaimed wood. The multi-course tasting menu serves innovative dishes that are sure to delight, from the amuse bouche to mouth-watering fall pies.