Woodward at Ames has just unveiled Woodward Park, the city's hottest outdoor venue for eating and drinking. Designed by Morgans in-house design team, Woodward Park's Executive Chef Mark Goldberg recently introduced a menu which includes crisp local pork belly with pickled rhubarb and spring onions, butter poached lobster and seared monkfish with roasted local asparagus, spring onion and mushroom flatbread with asparagus and parmesan seared tuna with fennel, preserved lemon and toasted cous cous, hand cut papardelle with spring vegetables, morels and a parmesan broth and pan roasted sirloin with fingerling potatoes and spring vegetable ragout.
Complementing the flavors of the menu are some new additions to Woodward's cocktail list. The ingredient based cocktail list includes some fun drinks such as Weary Kind (Markers Mark bourbon with Cr?me de Peche and Angostura orange bitters) and Hot Nantucket Night (Don Julio blanco with muddled cranberries, jalapeno, agave nectar and fresh lime juice). As the city heats up, you can enjoy refreshing pitchers of cocktails, which include Park Punch (Sauvignon Blanc and apricot brandy with pineapple juice); Rude Awakening (Pimms with muddled cucumbers, honey, fresh lemon juice and ginger ale) or Railroad Spike (Russian Standard vodka with green apple-ginger simple syrup and club soda).
Dont miss the restaurant's very own Woodward Ale, which is served by the glass and the growler. The Woodward team has teamed up with Smuttynose Brewing Company in New Hampshire to produce a crisp refreshing ale brewed with generous amounts of aromatic malt, Sterling and Saphir hops and a touch of Curacao orange peel.
Open for brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks, Woodward Park provides seating on a first come first served basis. For more information call (617) 979-8200 or visit the restaurant's website at www.woodwardatames.com
. Woodward at Ames is located at 1 Court Street, Boston, MA.