The cutely named Whisk pop-up restaurant is now putting down semi-permanent roots at 351 Hanover St. in the North End, appropriately named Whisk at 351. It opens this Thursday, August 1st, offering three-, five-, and seven-course tasting menus every night except Sundays and Mondays. The dishes change weekly and feature seasonal ingredients "presented in beautiful, new ways," according to a press release. The menus are priced at $45, $65, and $75 respectively, with optional wine pairings costing an additional $20-25, as well as by-the-glass selections. The seven-course tasting is only available through an online reservation.
The current plan is to keep Whisk at 351 open at least through September, and then it may pop up somewhere else for awhile (with a slightly varied name, one would assume) or stay put. Whisk at 351 will be open from 5pm to 11pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Whisk owners Jeremy Kean and Philip Kruta also train students in a partnership with the Haley House's Transitional Employment Program with the long-term goal of helping them find permanent kitchen jobs once they've worked their way through Whisk.
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