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Boston's Tim Maslow opening 2 restaurants in Camden Maine

BostonBestEats | Aug 31, 201710:04 PM     3

GOOD NEWS FOR CAMDEN MAINE: Is bad news for Boston

Boston's loss is great news for Camden ME with one of Boston's best young chefs, Tim Maslow, being involved in opening 2 new restaurants on the waterfront.. Hoxbill and Kurafuto.

http://www.pressherald.com/2017/08/31...

Tim (ex-David Chang) was one of Food & Wine's Best New Chefs in 2015 and his Brookline restaurant Ribelle, which sadly only lasted 3 years, was one of Boston's highest rated restaurants. He's been hanging out with Tiffani Faison since then planning his next move.

Kurafuto will be a Japanese izakaya, which is interesting because the Maslow family's 30-year old Strip T's Restaurant (which is one of my favorite neighborhood haunts) went through an pseudo-izakaya phase last year and still serves a mighty fine smoked miso ramen.

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