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Central Modern Coffee Shop by Day, Restaurant and Bar by Night

Central Modern Coffee Shop by Day, Restaurant and Bar by Night

761 Beacon Street
Newton, MA, 02459
Central Newton

Located in the heart of Newton Centre, Central Café + Restaurant is your newest gathering space by day or by night. Central Café is there to please the palate of coffee and tea aficionados while offering an array of freshly baked pastries, granola, salads, sandwiches + much more.

Starting 5PM, Central Restaurant operates a scratch kitchen offering a seasonally inspired, global menu of small plates to share with your favorite people.  All of Central’s dishes have the mark of quality with a dedication to local and fresh. We take an uncompromising approach to menu items and dishes we know and love. Join us from 8PM until 10PM on Thursday evenings for live jazz music, your favorite small plates, and craft cocktails. CentralNewton

Central Newton

Olivia’s Bistro

Olivia’s Bistro

136 ADAMS STREET
NEWTON, MA 02458
(617) 916-0979
Olivia’s Bistro

Upscale Italian food in Nonantum

Had the pleasure of being part of Friends & Family…the food was beyond delicious, ample portions & nicely plated. There were 6 of us so we could try just about everything; the lamb shank, monkfish, squid ink linguine, mushroom & short rib agnolotti, arugula salad with taleggio, polenta with sausage & fontina & funghi pizza…not a bad bite in any of it. Full disclosure though: I’m the chefs mother, so in addition to being his biggest fan, I’m also his biggest critic! Don’t miss this cozy spot & while you’re there try Ode To The Lake; excellent craft cocktail. Much success to all involved! ~ Olivia’s Bistro Facebook

Sycamore.

Sycamore.

755 Beacon Street, Newton Centre, MA
617-244-4445
Sycamore

Fabulous bistro with award-winning chef, David Punch of Ten Table, Sycamore has received rave reviews from the press and from my foodie friends in the field. Can’t wait to try it and the Provincal Stew.
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A neighborhood bistro in the heart of Newton Centre featuring a seasonally inspired menu, complemented by grower wines, local beer & craft cocktails. ~SycamoreNewton.com

Farmstead Table

Farmstead Table

71 Union Street, Newton Centre, MA 02459
617-928-600
Farmstead Table
Fine dining in an intimate dining ambiance serving innovative fare in the style of a classic American country kitchen. Actively involved in the local community and the sustainable food movement.

Opened in 2012, Farmstead Table blends French technique and new world innovation in a classic American country kitchen. Inspired by local farmers, our culinary team believes that fresh and pure ingredients speak for themselves. The innovative food is complemented by lively cocktails, domestic craft brews, and finely curated wines. A soothing design and intimate dining area provide a relaxed feel, while our staff delivers polished, yet approachable service. We are dedicated to being actively involved in our community, contributing sustainable, responsibly sourced product and knowledge, and in doing so, establishing ourselves as a place for its members to gather. ~FarmsteadTable.com

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Farmstead Table

Lumiere Restaurant Announces Closing Events

Lumiere Restaurant Announces Closing Events

1293 Washington Street, West Newton, MA
617-244-9119
Lumiere Restaurant

Lumiere Restaurant Announces it’s Last Supper and a last Valentine Dinner

Lumiere is a well-loved Newton fine-dining spot with an ethic of working with local producers producing great products that were raised and harvested locally. We will be sorry to see it close.

COME AND CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF BUSINESS AT LUMIERE, AND HAVE ONE LAST TASTE BEFORE WE CLOSE. ENJOY AN EIGHT-COURSE TASTING MENU FEATURING CHEF’S ALL-TIME FAVORITES! ~Lumiere

JORDAN BAILEY
Executive Chef & Owner, Lumière

At just 12 years old, Jordan Bailey’s fascination with the culinary industry was sparked by seasonal trips to France visiting his grandmother, where he drew inspiration from the slew of European-style dishes she prepared in her kitchen. Back at home in Massachusetts, Bailey gained experience cooking often with his mother for the charity, Meals-on-Wheels. It was at age 18 that he landed his first official restaurant job in Charleston, South Carolina.