Late Harvest Kitchen Editor's Pick Menu

It’s not easy to pin down the dominant culinary theme at Late Harvest Kitchen, although the online mission statement suggests a combination of the best elements of fine dining with a neighborhood restaurant. A neighborhood restaurant in London or Paris, perhaps, but not yet in these parts, more’s the pity. With a couple of notable exceptions, you’re not likely to find pork belly, pork cheeks, duck confit or salt cod brandade on any menu in town, so to find them all front and center here is something of a dream come true for the omnivore. Standouts include a really splendid plate of braised pork cheeks, which evidently came from pigs that had done a bit of rooting around and chewing on their food, and the brandade, a sort of thick paste of salt cod, fresh cod, cream and olive oil, served straight from the oven.

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