They poured different beers for us to try throughout dinner too. I felt kind of bad since I’m not a beer drinker, but I did try the Original Sin Cider that they poured first because I used to love drinking cider before I realized I was allergic to apples. They poured Pretty Things Jack D’Or (interesting story behind how each label is created), Cisco’s Bailey’s Blonde Ale, and Allagash Curieux.
I ended up making a special request with Michael for a non-tomato pizza and he was super gracious in accomodating my order. I got a junior size (8″) pizza with fontina cheese, Yukon gold potatoes, and proscuitto. It was very good and I really liked the thin pizza crust.
It was great being able to meet so many other people who share my interest in food, and to learn about Stone Hearth’s story. The restaurant supports family farming and serves the best possible organic food sourced from over 30 New England farms. It was really cute because they gave each of us a little basil plant to take home that night. I definitely want to take my husband back there some night!
Another dictator’s blog post from the same night here (with even better photos of all the food and beer!).
Stone Hearth Pizza
1782 Massachusetts Avenue
(they also have locations in Belmont, MA and Needham, MA)