Forage is a farm-to-table bistro in the Harvard Square section of Cambridge. They pride themselves on building partnerships with local fishermen, foragers, and farmers in order to bring their guests the freshest, most delicious local flavors.
Chef Eric Cooper considers himself something of an “apple geek,” which is why he is proud to host an upcoming apple-based dinner in honor of the beloved New England fruit.
The dinner is planned for November 12 with reservations available between 5:30-10 p.m.It is part of Forage’s $65 Tuesday night wine dinner series.
“We’ll be featuring local heirloom apples in each course in a way that’s unexpected and fun,” Owner Stan Hilbert tells Eater Boston.
Among the meal's four courses, guests can expect to sample “apple charcuterie,” featuring fruit that’s been aging in beeswax for over a year.
Each apple dish will be paired with one of the restaurant's extensive collection of wines including organic/biodynamic white, red, and sparkling selections.
In addition to the intriguing apple dinner, fans of Forage can also enjoy upcoming Tuesday night wine-paired dinners featuring selections from Movia and Barolo.
If you're all about the food, kick off your week with a visit to Forage on Sundays for a three course Prix Fixe meal for just $45.
Even vegetarians can take advantage of the fresh, sustainable dishes at Forage with six course Meatless Mondays. Also $45 per person.
Forage is the passion project of owner/general manager Stan Hilbert, chef Eric Cooper and bar manager Joe Choiniere who worked together for seven years at Ten Tables in Jamaica Plain.
Visit them at Forage.com or on Facebook to check out upcoming events.