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- TICKETS ARE LIMITED -
FARM-TO-TABLE DINNER FROM COMMONWEALTH CAMBRIDGE
DINNER IS SERVED FROM 6:00 PM TO 7:30 PM
PREFERRED CONCERT VIEWING
PRIVATE RESTROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER
VIP LOUNGE -RELAX IN THE SHADE
COMPLIMENTARY SOFT DRINKS, SNACKS AND MORE
Kids with General Admission tickets are welcome to accompany an adult in VIP, but dinner is only served to those with paid VIP tickets.
Commonwealth is the first restaurant for Chef/Owner Steve “Nookie” Postal, a veteran chef of Fenway Park, Oleana and Casablanca. Located in Boston’s vibrant Kendall Square, Commonwealth is a restaurant/market hybrid offering the best New England has to offer. Fresh ingredients shine in simple execution, while a full bar features craft cocktails, local brews and vintages. Designed by RODE Architects, Inc., in 2013, the 6,500 square foot space brings a rustic feel to an otherwise tech-heavy neighborhood with reclaimed wood, vintage furniture like original school chairs and tables made of recycled shipping pallets. Overlooking Kendall Square’s Broad Canal, Commonwealth’s patio boasts 150 seats and a vintage Dodge 1960 D100 pickup truck converted into a fully operational bar. Commonwealth is a favorite neighborhood hangout and dining destination, where good food can be enjoyed, plain and simple.
o Boston Magazine “Best of Boston” 2014 – Neighborhood Take Out, Kendall Square
o Boston Magazine “Best of Boston” 2014 – Restaurant, Al Fresco
o The Improper Bostonian “Boston’s Best” 2014 – Restaurant, Kendall Square
In 2012, Nookie was a finalist in “Around the World in 80 Plates” on Bravo network, circling the globe competing in culinary challenges in exotic places like Marrakesh, Florence and Buenos Aires.
Nookie held the post of Executive Chef at Boston’s landmark Fenway Park for six years, during which the Red Sox won the World Series in 2007 and Fenway was at the peak of the city’s attention.
Prior to his position at Fenway Park, Nookie worked as sous chef with the award-winning chef Ana Sortun at her restaurants, Casablanca and Oleana. While he was there, they were nominated for four James Beard Foundation Awards, including Best New Restaurant in the country.