Archive for September 2020

Gussie's Handmade Italian

Gussie’s Handmade Italian When restaurants were given the green light to partially open in June, partners Keene Addington and David Thate, who also partner Tortoise  Supper Club, realized that Two Lights Seafood & Oyster, their successful seafood-focused restaurant on North Avenue, wasn’t going to work. “Two Lights’ menu included lots of shared plates and raw... Read more »

Deep Flavors

Deep Flavors: A Celebration of Recipes for Foodies in a Kosher Style It’s a strange year, and the large family celebration that’s a long standing High Holiday tradition for “Deep Flavors’” author Ken Horwitz and his wife Bobbi, will, instead, be a dinner for two. Even so, the basic menu will include all of the... Read more »

The Restaurant Scene: Carryout

No segment of the economy has been harder hit by the pandemic than restaurants. Limited to “carryout-only” for months, followed by the addition of outdoor dining, followed by the addition of limited dine-in service, chefs and restaurateurs have reinvented themselves time and again to survive. For Bistronomic, a French bistro located just a block west... Read more »
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