Monday, September 27, 2010


After leaving Great Bay, which is no longer in existence, Chef Jeremy Sewall, along with his wife Lisa (former pastry chef at L'Espalier) combined forces and opened Lineage in 2006.

As you walk in the door, you feel right at home.  
The atmosphere is warm, casual and unpretentious.

The menu changes daily in order to utilize the most seasonal ingredients. With his love and respect for the freshest of fresh, they offer classic American dishes with a modern twist.

Spicy Lobster Tacos
mango salsa & avocado mousse

Peter's Gin Flip
gin, cherry heering, egg

After having a little a taste of the ocean, 
I was in the mood for some seafood.
As if the stars were aligned, they were offering a Seafood Tasting

Red Snapper Tartare
cucumber, shallots & lemon

PEI Mussels
cous cous, curried tomato broth, thai basil

Tempura Soft Shell Crab
salsa verde, braised heirloom tomato

Gotta love it. Dinner and a show!

A playful rendition of the Bees Knees...

The Bee Keeper
rye whiskey, honey, coriander, lemon

Fun facts:
Chef Jeremy Sewall's cousin Mark, continues the fishing tradition over the generations, where he helps supply the restaurant some of the the freshest and most delicious lobster in town.

Events to check out:
For the $1 oyster fanatics, you know who you are:
$1 Island Creek Oysters
every night at the bar from 5-7pm

For the past, present, and future cocktailians:
The Lineage of Cocktails
 every friday & saturday night

Keep an eye out for... 
...the highly anticipated project taking over
the former Great Bay spot, 
Talk about your dream team, this is a collaboration between Chef Jeremy Sewall, Eastern Standard Proprietor Garrett Harker, and Island Creek Oyster founder Skip Bennett.  

Located in the heart of Coolidge Corner
242 Harvard St.
Brookline, MA 02246

Improper Bostonian 2009 & 2010


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