is an unpretentious market and eatery that dishes out locally sourced American fare in a family-style atmosphere. The Kendall Square restaurant evolves seasonally by employing local ingredients and uses New England cheeses and farm-fresh eggs and dairy to support a philosophy of honest dining. Formerly at Fenway Park, Chef/Owner Nookie Postal serves up house-made specialties in a relaxed, unique setting — a dining room adorned with Belgian school chairs and raw wood walls.
“The fourth wall is not just broken, it’s gone,” says Boston Globe, “replaced by recycled wood pallets we saw being nailed into place weeks before opening. This is the modern dining experience. It trades illusion for intimacy. It suits Commonwealth, where the food has nothing to hide.”
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