Friday, August 6, 2010

Bina Alimentari Part 2

"Everyone is born a genius, but the process of living de-geniuses them." Buckmister Fuller

Cheese. Tasting those baby onions drenched in balsamic vinegar, far sweeter than you could ever imagine. The cutaway of the lemon stuffed roasted chicken. Buttermilk pancakes. Authentic aged balsamic vinegar from Modena (you can always tell by the paper seal). Pure honey from Mario Bianco. And then, the gelato. I tasted every flavor, strawberry is most popular, made fresh on the premises every day as are the pastries. The wines of Alsace. This place is genius.

Fine cheeses imported from all over the world.

Specialty foods you could build an entire meal around.

The baby onions drenched in balsamic vinegar.

The onions were amazingly mild and sweet. The imported salami was one of the best we've tasted.

The cross-section of the stuffed, roasted chickens available for your picnic.

All kinds of imported condiments and ingredients of the very best quality. Owner Babak Bina truly beleives in smaller, artisinal food sources and takes the time to find them.

Only the best, the mention of Modena says it all.

Again, quality products from small, lesser-known sources for delicious meals at any time of the day.

Imported wines from smaller vineyards such as this one in the Alsace area of France. Bina also carries four of their very own wine labels.

Did I mention the house-made fresh gelato? Like being in Italy! The most popular is the strawberry. We tried every flavor and liked them all.

Bina Alimentari
571 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111
Telephone: 617.357.0888

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