We decided that one hip-hop brunch per year was simply not enough for us here at Alden & Harlow. On June 18, get ready for an all-southern, dirty south hip-hop brunch that you will not want to miss. With DJ Ryan Brown (@djryanbrown) spinning your favorite southern hip-hop anthems from his Speakerboxxx (we couldn’t resist), the kitchen slinging out southern food, AH-style (think Hot Sauce Fried Chicken & Cabot Clothbound Cheddar Waffles, Fried Snail Po Boys, or Butter Braised King Crab), & the Fernet Branca (@fernetbranca) bar serving up some killer drank (no typo), call (617)-864-2100 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot now! It will fill up fast, so act now & come get #dirtydirty with all of us. #PeaceUpAHTown
Throughout his career, Chef Michael Scelfo has taken time to examine his personal culinary perspective: if given the opportunity to take off the reins and cook for people in a restaurant of his own, what would he make? He found the answer in his own kitchen, surrounded by his wife and three children. Creating a medium in which people can connect is what Chef Scelfo excels at. By incorporating intimate elements in the design and decor and weaving family recipes into his own, Chef Scelfo has created a space in which his vision is communicated through simple, elegant dishes inspired by what he would want to eat at home with his family.
At Alden & Harlow, Chef Michael Scelfo has extended the concept of the domestic kitchen table into his first owned and operated restaurant. Located in the iconic Casablanca restaurant space in Harvard Square, Alden & Harlow pays homage to its chef’s roots by bringing you food from the heart.
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