An Italian cafe just west of Boston that had formerly been a popup spot--and which is run by a James Beard Award winner--is morphing into a full-service restaurant.
According to an article from Boston Magazine, Ronsky's at The Street in Chestnut Hill is going to transform into Chef Ronsky's Trattoria, an Italian dining spot that will have a rotating menu that features such items as antipasti, house-made pastas and desserts, and Italian wines and beers. The person behind both the current cafe and the upcoming restaurant is Ron Suhanosky, who had been one of the founders of Sfoglia, a high-end Italian restaurant on Nantucket (now closed) and in New York's Upper West Side, and who also received a James Beard Award in 2010 for his cookbook Pasta Sfoglia.
Ronsky's was initially one of a number of rotating popups at The Street in Chestnut Hill, but in 2017, it became a permanent eatery there.
If all goes as planned, Chef Ronsky's Trattoria could be opening in early June. (Its website will be at https://www.chefronskys.com/)
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