Doug Rodrigues, with a big-ass knife, in the kitchen at Clio.
"I'm kind of a live wire," Clio executive chef Doug Rodrigues told the Phoenix earlier this month. "I'm not consistent, and people can’t
really read me most of the time. As soon as you think I’m some hard-ass prick,
I’ll go soft on you."
Well, clarification: Rodrigues is no longer employed at Clio.
Bissonnette and Oringer © Boston Herald
Hooo, boy. If
you haven't heard already, The New York Times reported that the guys behind everyone's favorite tapas spot, Toro, are diving
headfirst into the New York dining scene, with
a spot in Chelsea
opening this fall, after seven years on Washington St. What does that mean for us Boston food-hounds who finally have a few
local gems we're loathe to share with big, bad, NYC?