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Nahita 5 months later

February 21st, 2019

Nahita Update, Complements of EATER / Terrence B. Doyle  Feb 20, 2019

It’s hard to imagine a space once defined by brutalist concrete columns and soaring ceilings could ever feel warm or organic. But the folks behind Nahita (which won the 2018 Eater award for Design of the Year) in Back Bay managed to transform the space at 100 Arlington St. — formerly home to Liquid Art House — from its old form (cold and cavernous) into one that feels like its diners are stepping into a natural landscape that just so happens to boast a bar and a dining room.


There is lots more to read with impressive photography of the space. click on link above to read the entire article.

2018 The Year in Review.

January 7th, 2019

The following link shows Ashling projects either completed or started in 2018.  Restaurants, kitchens and robots..  2018 Year in Review

Liquid Art House is reborn as Nahita tonight in Back Bay

September 5th, 2018

Compliments of Boston Eater

A Palatial Restaurant Filled With Latin-Asian Cuisine Debuts Tonight in Back Bay, the former Liquid Art House re-emerges as Nahita.

A dramatic restaurant space emerges renewed and refreshed, after a year of renovations and rebranding, on Tuesday, September 4, furnished with marble columns, an expansive bar, and a seafood-filled menu.

Read more of the story by clicking on the links below.

Restaurant website is http://www.nahitarestaurant.com


You are going to love our bar 🍹🍸🥂

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Will Anyone Stand Up for Boston?

September 5th, 2018

Complements of Boston Eater

A local chef (Will Gilson) speaks out on the relationship among Boston restaurants, the media, and awards

For a chef, restaurant owner, and member of the Boston restaurant community, it is a particular kick in the stones when you read that our local and national food media think that Boston is one big snooze fest when it comes to dining out. It would seem as though the perception of Boston from inside and out is that our restaurants need to emulate our local sports franchises. When a question is asked, “Why don’t more Boston restaurants win national awards?”, it makes each chef in this town want to throw a saute pan through a window, but hell, it’s 2018, and the press isn’t writing about bad-tempered chefs.

Read more of the story by clicking on the link below.



Toscanini’s Unveils New Location as Original Temporarily Closes Due to Construction

January 26th, 2018

Toscanini’s, the famed Cambridge ice cream shop known for its long lines and fun, extensive flavor list, has temporarily closed its Central Square location (899 Main St.) due to construction, but fret not: A second location is now up and running at 159 First St. in East Cambridge, near Boca Grande, the Similans, and the Helmand.

The above thanks to George Gambill of Ashling…read the rest via the link below.


Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar Opening 10/14/17

October 13th, 2017

Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar Fort Point

The restaurant group behind Yvonne’sRuka, and Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar always goes big when it comes to design: bold colors, luxurious leather, flashy artwork, the works. The group’s newest restaurant, a second Lolita, is no exception.

Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar Fort Point

To find Lolita, look for these doors

Opening on Saturday, October 14, in Fort Point (253 Summer St., Boston), the new Lolita is twice as large as its older Back Bay sibling, sprawling through prime real estate right on the water in a space below the main street level, accessible by a staircase from Summer Street.

Read More at the link below


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