Merrill & Co. opened Monday, bringing dishes like a "big ass bone-in ribeye," sweet tea fried chicken, and smoked oyster chowder to the South End. It's the latest project from BiNA Family Hospitality, the restaurant group that spawned jm Curley.
Merrill & Co. took over the former 28 Degrees space. The restaurant now features a bright, energetic mix of bar seats, counter seats looking right into the kitchen, raw bar seats, high-tops, and low-tops. Here's a look inside.
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