Choose from Three Options
- $85 for a seven-course gourmet tasting dinner for two ($150 value)
- $170 for a seven-course gourmet tasting dinner for four ($300 value)
- $255 for a seven-course gourmet tasting dinner for six ($450 value)
- Complimentary amuse bouche
- Six savory courses
- Complimentary pre-dessert
No two menus are alike, but click here for a sample of recent dishes.
When Keith Pooler was growing up, he planted and picked in his grandmother's garden and tended horses and chickens in his grandfather's barn. The day's hard work culminated in family dinners, where every member of the family cooked. So it’s hardly surprising that, as co-owner and chef at Bergamot, he shows an intense respect for his ingredients—he understands the labor needed to produce them.
Pooler’s front-of-house partner is Servio Garcia, who will greet you at the door of the cozy, caramel-toned dining room. Pooler and Garcia call their style "progressive American cuisine," which to them means combining the freshest local offerings with international ingredients. Peek into the kitchen and you might find sous-chef Dan Dazzinotti butchering his own meat to be turned into house-made charcuterie, or pastry chef Kelcey Rusch adding the finishing touches to the cranberry caramel and honeycomb of the Japanese yam tart with a dollop of butter pecan ice cream.
The team's creativity and attention to detail won it a place in the heart of Boston’s culinary community from the start. Naming Bergamot one of Boston's 50 Best Restaurants in 2012, Boston Magazine wrote, "Sophistication abounds here: a dash of rooibos syrup rounding out a cocktail, a hint of smoke in a creamy cauliflower soup..." A 2010 Boston Globe review raved about everything from the “spectacular” bread service and “very good” savory dishes to the "scrupulous, obsessive" work of wine director Kai Gagnon, whose nectar "always comes out at the right temperature — even when it's a red by the glass." The Boston Globe followed up on the restaurant in 2014 with another positive review, noting "it hasn’t lost a step." For those who opt for pairings, Gagnon will be glad to match a Greek wine with a piece of striped bass or recommend a juice-box to bring with leftovers for lunch.