Hot Foodie Fort
Right now, Barbara Lynch has the ’hood on lockdown with her holy trinity of Menton, Sportello, and Drink. But Fort Point looks set to get new spots from other celebrated chefs soon. There’s strong buzz that Ming Tsai is making plans to open a restaurant in the not-so-clearly delineated neighborhood, which is good news for fans of the Simply Ming host and food-allergy activist; right now, we have to trek to his Blue Ginger in Wellesley. Meanwhile, Tavern Road is a restaurant expected to inhabit the former Blue Wave space on Congress Street — and rumor has it that chef Louis DiBiccari (of Storyville and his own Chef Louie Night pop-up series) and his brother Michael, a manager at Eastern Standard, are the masterminds behind it. And finally, chef Jason Owens, the man behind Somerville restaurant M3, plans to elaborate on American Provisions, his South Boston market, with a larger-scale grocery on the ground floor of a Farnsworth Street office building. On point.
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