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Su­perchef Tony Maws keeps it sea­sonal in Somerville

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qou d be hard pressed to find a restau­rant bet­ter mar­i­nated in the essence of Bos­ton than {irk­land Tap | Trot­ter*the shaggy-but-su­perla­tive Bos­ton of the 2004 }ed So ~ the Bos­ton that dis­guises re­fine­ment with an old pair of jeans and an orig­i­nal Pi ies T-shirt~ in other words, the Bos­ton of {irk­land Tap | Trot­ter su­perchef Tony Maws, who cites cook­ing for his fa­vorite band, Wilco, as a ca­reer high­light. ?qou won t see any swooshes on the plates here,@ says Maws, slap­ping culi­nary vogue squarely across the chops with a freshly sourced branzino. Maws reg­u­larly hosts ?>in­ners with Tony@* a great way to dis­cover why he has cham­pi­oned sea­sonal food from lo­cal sup­pli­ers long be­fore ?farm-to-ta­ble@ be­came an over­cooked buzz-phrase. April s ?>in­ner with Tony@ o9ers a tast­ing menu in­spired by the cui­sine of $yon, ;rance. 425 Wash­ing­ton St., Somerville, 857.259.6585.

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