Boston Globe Features Vine Brook Tavern
Welcome to Vine Brook Tavern, a three-month-old restaurant serving pork dumplings, 24 wines by the glass, and Cornish chicken prepared by a Todd English protege. Chef’s tables and tasting menus are part of the ambiance at the spot, located in a renovated building constructed in 1830.
Vine Brook Tavern is the latest addition to a growing list of restaurants offering upscale city dining in Boston’s suburbs. A crowded urban dining landscape, where space can be scarce and competition fierce, is prompting established stars and up-and-coming restaurateurs to seek fortune beyond the bright lights.