Published on January 5, 2016

Freshen Up the New Year in Boston

If you’re ringing in 2016 with healthier eating at the top of your resolution list, Reserve is here to help. Kickstart your year by exploring all of the tasty options Boston restaurants have for you, from refreshing salads to fruity desserts.
Who knew setting goals could taste so good?

VILLAGE SALAD (DORETTA TAVERNA & RAW BAR - BACK BAY)

Doretta Taverna - Village Salad

Michael Schlow’s new Greek-focused restaurant, Doretta Taverna & Raw Bar, offers locally sourced cuisine and a raw bar. The warm and inviting space features an open kitchen and live-action food stations, where healthy dishes like the Village Salad are prepared. Diners can also select from an expansive wine list, including many by-the-glass-options and a full bar.

SEARED NORTH ATLANTIC SALMON (BEL ARI - LEATHER DISTRICT)

Bel Ari - seared north atlantic salmon

Chef Robert Fathman takes a committed approach to sustainability and seasonality, at Bel Ari, serving up finds from farmers markets and local fishermen. A personable staff is on hand to make expert recommendations, from eclectic beverage offerings to fresh entrees such as the Seared North Atlantic Salmon.

KUMAMOTO OYSTER (O YA - LEATHER DISTRICT)

o ya - Kumamoto Oyste

Down an entryway of zen garden stones in the historic Leather District lies some of the country's best sushi, sashimi and oysters from James Beard Award-winning chef Tim Cushman.  Named Best Restaurant in Boston in 2014 by Boston Mag and Best New Restaurant in America by the New York Times when it first debuted, o ya's casual ambiance and impeccable culinary craftsmanship have made it a must-visit destination.

Happy dining,
Michelle Manning, Reserve Boston

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