Fairsted Kitchen, a fun neighborhood restaurant that encourages communal dining, brings dishes with a Middle Eastern influence to Brookline’s Washington Square.
The knowledgeable staff were attentive and instantly made us feel like guests at an intimate dinner party. Plus, each dish was served on a unique piece of china, which made the experience feel even more special.
My recommendation: start your dining experience with a glass of Day of the Future Punch, a tantalizing combination of rye, rum, cranberry, grapefruit, allspice and sparkling wine.
Have you been to Fairsted Kitchen before? What was your experience like?
Fairsted Kitchen, 1704 Beacon Street, Brookline, 617-396-8752. Sunday-Thursday, 5pm-1am, Friday and Saturday, 5pm-2am. Brunch served on Saturday and Sunday, 10am-3pm.
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