Canvas is to artist as plate is to chef. That's how Tavern Road chef Louis DiBiccari sees it, so pairing culinary arts with fine arts was a natural, especially in the ultra-artsy Fort Point neighborhood.
On the fourth Sunday of each month, lunch spot TR Street Foods will do double duty as a gallery showing local artwork, and an eatery serving Tavern Road's menu and handcrafted cocktails. The first Studio Sundays event showcases work by illustrator, MassArt graduate, and "What's for Breakfast?" creator Patt Kelley. Subsequent months feature Natasha Moustache (February), and Bill Phaneuf (March).
Fourth Sunday of the month commencing on Jan. 26, 4-7 p.m. at 343 Congress St., Boston. No cover; food, drink, and art available for purchase. www.tavernroad.com
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