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Oak + Rowan Will Preview Pastas and Desserts September 7 and Open Soon

It's aiming to open in October

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A forthcoming Fort Point restaurant will test its concept early next month, giving Boston a hint of what to expect. Oak + Rowan will be opening in the October at 319 A St., the third venture from restaurateur Nancy Batista-Caswell, who is also behind Brine Oyster Bar and Ceia Kitchen + Bar, both in Newburyport.

Oak + Rowan’s executive chef Justin Shoults and executive pastry chef Brian Mercury will preview caviar, pasta, and desserts at a "Restaurant Research and Development" series at the Boston Center for Adult Education, The Boston Globe reported. The September 7 event costs $40 and starts at 6:30 p.m.

The restaurant will make its pasta and bread in-house, and in addition to its caviar program, Oak + Rowan will also offer a selection of crudo and a variety of "small plates and heartier options that showcase land and sea in a new light," as previously reported.

Update, 8/29, 11 a.m.: This story has been updated to reflect that Oak + Rowan will be opening in October.

Waypoint open; Superfine and En Boca to follow soon [BG]
Brian Mercury Will Cross the River to Bring His Dessert Magic to Oak + Rowan [EBOS]
Oak + Rowan Will Open Early Next Year With Caviar and Crudo [EBOS]
Oak + Rowan Coverage on Eater [EBOS]

Oak + Rowan

321 A Street, , MA 02210 (857) 284-7742 Visit Website

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