Chef Tony Maws's latest venture is a more casual, elbows-on-the-table place called The Kirkland Tap & Trotter. Above, the 12-seat bar.
James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Maws, who operates one of Boston’s most respected restaurants—Craigie on Main—is relaxing things up a bit at his newest restaurant, The Kirkland Tap & Trotter. While Craigie is unabashedly upscale, Kirkland is Maws' “inviting and funky interpretation of a neighborhood joint.” The atmosphere at the new place, he says, embodies an eclectic and cozy neighborhood vibe akin to some of the best gastropubs in ...
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