One Perfect Meal at Tavolo
Where to eat, according to Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Market new chef de cuisine, Matthew Barros.
Matthew Barros may have recently left Asian diner Myers + Chang for a swanky gig as chef de cuisine at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Market in the W hotel, but he still likes to keep things low-key after hours. His go-to is Chris Douglass’s Dorchester trattoria, Tavolo. “I can always find something I’m tempted to try, whether it’s comfort food or dynamic small plates,” Barros says.
1. $8 – Roasted-carrot-and-squash salad with beets, ricotta, and spiced nuts
2. $15 – Seared gnocchi with roasted butternut squash, orange brown butter, and sage
3. $14 – Nuno’s spicy sausage pizza with San Marzano tomatoes and crushed red pepper
4. $7 – Pumpkin cheesecake with quince, pomegranate, port, and mint
Total: $55.55, total includes 7% meals tax and 18% tip
1918 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, 617-822-1918, tavolopizza.com.
Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/2011/11/one-perfect-meal-at-tavolo/