About Fairsted Kitchen
Inspired by its Brookline locale, Fairsted Kitchen serves inventive New American fare with flavors of the Middle East and Eastern Europe drawn from the rich history of the neighborhood. With small plates to pass and large platters for the whole table, Chef Jason Albus’ menu recalls the simple joys of family style dining and breaking bread with friends and loved ones.
The warm and welcoming dining room feels as if it could be in one of Washington Square’s beloved Victorian homes with ornate wallpaper, vintage service wares, mismatched antique china, and design elements reclaimed from old Boston homes.
Fairsted is convenient to many local colleges being just a quick hop from BC, BU, Simmons, and Emmanuel, halfway along Beacon street between Kenmore Square and Chestnut Hill.