540 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02110
Acclaimed chef Jody Adams and partners Sean Griffing and Eric Papachristos created Trade based on their shared love of travel, food and wine. The exchange they make with guests translates to a dynamic, high energy and fully enjoyable dining experience.
Trade sits on the edge of Boston's Waterfront District, a neighborhood steeped in American history: it was the site of the Boston Tea Party and among the country's first international ports of commerce. Located on the first floor of a recently re-developed 19th century building, the restaurant features exposed brick, vaulted ceilings and steel pillar columns for a hip industrial vibe, while floor-to-ceiling windows allow diners to look out onto the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
At the bar and lounge guests can share plates, sip classic cocktails, and discover new wines, including two on tap. This ambiance flows into a warm dining room with a menu that draws on Adams' decades of cooking in New England as well as her travels around the world.
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