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He’s cooking up something good for MFA

Chefs Ken Oringer (left) and Bill Unterstein of Restaurant Associates in the kitchen at Clio, readying the menu for the MFA’s black-tie opening gala. Chefs Ken Oringer (left) and Bill Unterstein of Restaurant Associates in the kitchen at Clio, readying the menu for the MFA’s black-tie opening gala. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Mark Shanahan & Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / November 5, 2010

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The Art of the Americas Wing brings more than 50 new galleries to the MFA. It also brings the food of Ken Oringer . The chef behind local restaurants such as Clio, Toro, and La Verdad has created a three-course prix fixe menu for the wing’s restaurant, the New American Cafe, opening Nov. 20. “What I really love to do ... (Full article: 174 words)

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