Boston Business Journal | By David L. Harris
February 15, 2017
Eataly, the giant Italian marketplace that’s co-owned by Mario Batali, will soon be getting a new rooftop restaurant at its Boston location.
The new eatery, called Terra, will feature “a wood fire grill and regional Italian-inspired dishes,” according to a job posting on BostonChefs.com.
“The menu will showcase a number of specialty Italian items sourced from their downstairs market including dry aged meats and the freshest seafood available, house made pasta and seasonal specials featuring local products,” according to the posting. “While Terra still follows the Eataly ideology, foundation and passion for Italian cuisine, it incorporates the grill theme into almost every dish. They are a from-scratch kitchen focusing on whole animal butchering, house-made sausages and charcuterie.”
Dan Bazzinotti, formerly of Cambridge’s Bisq, Bergamot in Somerville and Lydia Shire’s Scampo in Boston, will serve as the chef de cuisine at Terra.