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Boston Common - 2017 - Issue 4 - Fall - Elizabeth Olsen

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WAY ABOVE BOARD True foodies already know—Mastro's Ocean Club is worth crossing land and sea just for even a forkful of the Ahi tuna tostada, lobster-mashed potatoes and oh, that two-foot seafood tower. e top-tier steak and seafood restaurant, with locations in Beverly Hills and Manhattan, among others, has opened its new, visually-arresting space on Fan Pier. Designer Marissa Lacovoni smartly outfitted the front entrance with a brick-mirrored wall where diners can affirm their fabulousness while watching colorful cocktails waltz by. "We wanted a modern interpretation of traditional New England style," says Mastro's General Manager Peter Papagelis. "We filled the space with custom lighting, stonework and art." Foodwise, Executive Chef Todd Kozaka, who earned his stripes at Legal Seafoods and Fleming's Prime Steak & Wine Bar, adds signature down East flare with tender filets and lip-smacking sauteéd sea scallops. Don't forget to cap the night off with a slice of Mastro's signature warm butter cake. 25 Fan Pier Blvd., 617.530.1925, mastrosrestaurants.com –Stacey Marcus FOOD & DR I N K Mastro's ahi tuna tartare

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