Herd Provisions

Hours: Tues.-Sat. 11 a.m.- 3p.m. (lunch) Tues.-Sat. 5-10 p.m. (dinner)

A projector plays farm scenes on the white wall to the left of the slate gray bar. A diorama of tiny trees juts out from a wall behind a community table — zoom in and you’ll see half of a plastic cow smiling at you, tucked into the greenery. Herd Provisions Restaurant is finally open at 106 Grove Street, serving lunch and dinner Tues.-Sat. From food truck to pop-ups, Herd has come a long way in a couple of years. The restaurant space is open and airy, with shiny wooden tables and even a second story dining room. On the first floor there are views into the kitchen, depending on where you sit. The lunch menu is divided into starters — poutine, Brussels sprouts with black garlic shoyu, chicken wings — and a handful of sandwiches from the Herd burger with pickle, Bibb lettuce, white cheddar, caramelized onions, and Herd sauce, to our server’s “favorite,” the chicken salad melt with curry and white cheddar served on rye. There’s a solid cocktail list, and dinnertime offerings range from bread service and beef carpaccio to porchetta and chicken pot pie. The butcher shop in the front of the building is all about the meat — you can purchase cuts of goat, lamb, beef, rabbit, chicken, goose, and turkey, depending on availability. — Mary Scott Hardaway (Dish, Summer 2019)

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A projector plays farm scenes on the white wall to the left of the slate gray bar. A diorama of tiny trees juts out from a wall behind a community table — zoom in and you’ll see half of a plastic cow smiling at you, tucked into the greenery. Herd Provisions Restaurant is finally open at 106 Grove Street, serving lunch and dinner Tues.-Sat. From food truck to pop-ups, Herd has come a long way in a couple of years. The restaurant space is open and airy, with shiny wooden tables and even a second story dining room. On the first floor there are views into the kitchen, depending on where you sit. The lunch menu is divided into starters — poutine, Brussels sprouts with black garlic shoyu, chicken wings — and a handful of sandwiches from the Herd burger with pickle, Bibb lettuce, white cheddar, caramelized onions, and Herd sauce, to our server’s “favorite,” the chicken salad melt with curry and white cheddar served on rye. There’s a solid cocktail list, and dinnertime offerings range from bread service and beef carpaccio to porchetta and chicken pot pie. The butcher shop in the front of the building is all about the meat — you can purchase cuts of goat, lamb, beef, rabbit, chicken, goose, and turkey, depending on availability. — Mary Scott Hardaway

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