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Berg Butter Rolls
Dinner at Cobble is supposed to feel intimate, curated in such a way to make it seem like you’re eating in the apartment of that chef-friend you never had. Six months into the pandemic, we would’ve been happy with microwavable chicken nuggets on a well-sanitized cloth seat on the Orange Line - as long as we could (safely) be anywhere but our own home. Luckily, our time at Cobble was infinitely better than that, with some incredible butter rolls made from the chef’s grandmother’s recipe. They were so good that we’d happily go back even if the nightly menu was just five courses of those. If you’re not comfortable with dining indoors right now, Cobble is now also including the rolls as part of a new to-go pack.
BYOB is a true rarity in Boston, let alone at a spot that serves up multi-course Italian-inspired meals. Cobble also sells mixers, if you decide to bring some liquor along. If you’re worried that the BYOB is the main appeal, you should also know that the chef here worked for over 10 years at La Morra, one of our favorite restaurants in town. Needless to say, our expectations are high.