10 Amazing Chef’s Tables You Should Know About
140 Supper Club | Boston
By Chelle Koster Walton, Foodie and Local Expert
It’s no secret that Boston shines at cuisine, but this speakeasy-style chef’s table keeps a very low profile.
“People make friends here and open up in a way that doesn’t happen at a regular meal in a restaurant,” says Kim Foley MacKinnon, a journalist with a focus on food and travel. “Much more than just a dinner, this small once-a-month event only has room for 30 people. People dress up and it’s very social and fun. You need a password to enter, and it all feels very special.”
Executive Chef Laurent Poulain designs the four-course prix fixe menu using seasonal products in inventive American dishes with paired wines. He introduces each course and, at the end, joins guests in the private dining room, which hides behind a secret door and down a century-old staircase at Fairmont Copley Plaza.