When the neighborhood favorite brunch spot, Bon Savor, closed last year, I knew it wouldn’t be long before someone scooped up the prime Centre street real estate down the block from Jamaica Pond. Within a few months of closing, the signs of construction and new ownership began. After wondering for weeks what was happening behind the brown-paper covered storefront windows, I passed by in mid February and there was a sign on the door! Grass Fed. A local meat shop? Or a restaurant? I immediately went to Google. A new burger joint, from Ten Tables’ Krista Kranyak. Normally I would not be very excited about a burger place, but when I read that they would only be serving locally sourced (and obviously grass fed) meat and craft beer, I was intrigued!
After much anticipation, and several teased opening dates, Kranyak announced the grand opening date via Twitter – Wednesday, March 28th.
Continue reading “JP Residents are Hungry for Happy Meat: A Review of Grass Fed” in the April issue of the Friedman Sprout, the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy’s student-run newspaper.
While you’re there, I recommend checking out some of the other articles by other fantastic Tufts Friedman students. Some highlights include a seriously in-depth review on how to stay injury-free when running (I could have used this advice 4 months ago!) from our resident exercise physiology expert, some clarification on the latest study on red-meat and risk of death, and a review of the Boston food truck scene, along with many more!
Anyone else out there tried Grass Fed yet? I’d love to hear about your experience!
- your food and fitness friend