(PRWEB) April 27, 2016
After nearly two decades’ of experience at Gordon Hamersley’s critically acclaimed South End restaurant, Chef Jason Hanelt now brings his immense talent and experience to Boston’s favorite 1920s-themed bistro, Carrie Nation Restaurant & Cocktail Club.
Chef Hanelt has already established signature dishes at the popular Beacon Hill spot, wowing regular patrons and wooing new ones with his remarkable carrot and ginger soup with Maine crab, Asian inspired crispy pork belly, superb smoked salmon salad, mélange of divine duck, as well as classic lobster, steaks and burgers.
Chef Hanelt developed an irrepressible love for sustainable cooking when he moved from Massachusetts to San Francisco at age 21. He embraced the famed Alice Waters’ legacy of the burgeoning farm to table movement, a style that continues to inspire his work today.
After moving back home, Chef Hanelt, now 42, applied his skills under the extraordinary tutelage of Chef Hamersley. He now looks to grow and expand his culinary expertise at Carrie Nation with a revolving menu incorporating the finest seasonal ingredients.
Please call us to arrange a sampling of Chef Hanelt’s brilliant new menu, followed by a complementary a game of pool in our Speakeasy.
About Carrie Nation Restaurant & Cocktail Club:
Carrie Nation, named tongue-in-cheek for the Prohibition Era’s axe-wielding amazon, is one of Boston’s premier restaurants and function spaces, known for its opulent retro décor, classic dining, craft beers and swanky 1920’s-inspired cocktails. Sitting atop Beacon Hill, it is the perfect venue for locals and tourists alike to experience an iconic era of our great history and enjoy chef Jason Hanelt’s innovative cuisine.
Media Contact: Ben Korman