A pop-up-turned-permanent restaurant in Chestnut Hill adds a wine bar to its operation. Ronsky’s, the cafe from chef Ron Suhanosky, a James Beard award winner, now has a beer and wine license and will put it to use, beginning Wednesday evening.
Ronsky’s (3 Boylston St.) will offer wine and beer service Wednesday through Friday from 5 to 8 p.m., alongside antipasti offerings that range from marinated olives and artichokes to chicken liver pate, pizza, cheese, and salami. The wine and beer will be served by the glass, and the full cafe menu will be available in addition to the antipasti.
The restaurant operates seven days a week, starting at 7 a.m. In the morning, there are breakfast sandwiches, toast, and ricotta doughnuts, while the lunch menu eases into panini, salads, and more. With the addition of the evening antipasti service, Ronsky’s existing private four-course dinner parties will continue as well, taking place on Saturday evenings. Groups of six to 12 must book in advance for these events, which cost $75 per person, plus Italian wines and beers, which are priced a la carte.
Ronsky’s is located at the Street, a Chestnut Hill dining and shopping development.