Forage Is Opening in Former Ten Tables Space in Cambridge
Earlier this month, we reported that one of the highest-rated restaurants in Cambridge had abruptly shut its doors. Now we have learned that a new dining spot will be moving into the space, and it has a connection to the now-closed eatery that had been there.
The Tables section of The Boston Globe states that Forage is going to be opening on Craigie Circle where Ten Tables had been until shutting down at the start of the year, with owner Stan Hilbert (the GM of the Jamaica Plain location of the Ten Tables) planning to make it a "cozy" neighborhood bistro that offers food items using ingredients from local farms. The post says that Ten Tables chef Eric Cooper will be joining Hilbert, working the kitchen at the new restaurant.
Ten Tables first opened in Cambridge in 2009, replacing Craigie Street Bistro, which moved to the other side of Cambridge and became Craigie on Main.
The address for this new restaurant in Cambridge is: Forage, 5 Craigie Circle, Cambridge, MA 02138.
[April 15 update: Eater Boston says that Forage plans to open this Sunday (April 17).]
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[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]