Last month we noted that 2012-2013 is the era of notable chefs opening their second (more casual) restaurants: Tsai, Sortun, and so on. Add Tony Maws to the list. While we initially speculated that he should open a place in Chinatown, Craigie on Main's chef has secured a spot next to Dali in Somerville at 425 Washington St., says the Patch.
We knew it was just a matter of time before he opened a more laidback space, if not for the popularity of his burgers alone. Maws says that "his new restaurant doesn't have a name yet, but it would feature the same ingredients that we cook at Craigie on Main," but it'll be more "rustic" and "casual." Ah, well, Chinatown can wait. We can't.
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