Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Allston Yacht Club reboots, Mohawk Bend hosts "Pure Vegan," Ceviche Nights returns to Mo-chica


The Allston Yacht Club folks are partnering with chef Miles Thompson from the Vagrancy Project, which did a pop-up there before it closed, for a revamped restaurant in the Echo Park Ave. space. Allumette (French for matchstick) is the name of the new spot, which will open in early 2013.
While AYC was more of a burgers and happy hour prices kind of place, Allumette sounds like it will be more heavily cuisine-focused, with dishes like monkfish with sour cherry, chorizo and mustard or rabbit with hazelnut tortellini, rosemary and lemon. Harvard & Stone bartender Serena Herrick will craft a new cocktail menu with drinks like a Market Produce Martini. OK then
The oddly-named Allston was a handy place to meet friends with its reasonable prices and ok food. This place sounds like it won't be quite as casual, but then that's the new Echo Park, right?

"Pure Vegan" signing and tasting at Mohawk Bend Monday

Speaking of the new Echo Park, author/farmer's market impresario/Institute of Domestic Technology founder/designer Joseph Shuldiner are hosting a special Meatless Monday Dec. 17 at Mohawk Bend with recipes from Shuldiner’s "Pure Vegan" cookbook.
A 3-course menu of recipes from the book and a signed copy of the book is $40, and the dinner only is $20, including celery root and fennel chowder, polenta with wild mushrooms, hazelnuts and figs and pistachio olive oil cake. For reservations call: Mohawk Bend at 213-483-2337

More Ceviche Nights on Sunday

FoodGPS teams with hot chef Ricardo Zarate at Mo-Chica Sunday night for a ceviche-intensive preview of Zarate's new cevicheria Paiche and beer tasting flights from Firestone Walker. Guest chefs are Bryant Ng of the Spice Table and Kris Yenbamroong of Night + Market, so expect innovative ceviche and other dishes with Asian flavors.Get tickets and more info here.

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