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Square Meals: Somerville Fresh
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at 6:30 PM (EDT)
Union Square in Somerville offers a wealth of dining options, with culinary influences from all over the globe and approaches ranging from neighborhood comfort food to upscale modernist.
Travel with us to three of top destinations for a progressive dinner to Casa B, The Independent, and Journeyman.
The chefs at each location will provide diners with a specially prepared course and a paired libation, providing you with a taste of both an ingredient made right here in Somerville and that chef's unique point of view. The focus is on good food and a good time.
We'll start at 6:30 at Casa B, Union Square's newest restaurant, opening just last December. Owners Alberto Cabre and Angelina Jockovich serve up tapas and pinchos, embracing romanticism, warmth and the spice of Latin-America. They'll have a selection of delectable tapas ready for us and a glass of their exquisite sangria.
Next is The Independent where seasonal and sustainable ingredients are prepared classically. This long-time neighborhood favorite will serve up a savory course and paired beverage.
We end the evening at Journeyman where chefs Tse Wei Lim and Diana Kudajarova source their ingredients from small artisan producers to prepare elegant food that always surprises. They promise to end our delicious night memorably.
This is the first of what we hope becomes a series of tours to Union Square's restaurant and night life destinations.
There's just 24 seats for the dinner, with either an omnivore or vegetarian meal option.
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Union Square Main Streets
Union Square Main Streets creates a vibrant neighborhood by enhancing the Union Square business district and surrounding neighborhoods through active community collaboration. By enhancing the artistic and ethnic strengths of the neighborhood we seek to drive commercial and economic development. We celebrate food — local and international, our own eclectic creative sensibilities, and the dense, unique fabric of our New England square that blossomed before there was such as thing as smart growth.