VANA - South End
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An open wood-fire kitchen is the backbone of this South End restaurant creating rustic cuisine and creative cocktails, featuring open-air bar-style seating along Summit Avenue.
This was so perfect for my party of 16. It was my birthday and they were so attentive. They even made a special birthday drink for me. The food was amazing and tapas and large dish style. It was an atmosphere to share dinner like thanksgiving dinner. It brought my sister close and they service was fast. David and Giselle was awesome
Food: Wonderful brunch menu! We took three different dishes, but Prosciutto Flatbread is the best. Dont forget to add mimosa to your order, they have 4 different tastes. We took classic one. One of us have garlic allergy, made a sauce sub with no problems. Place: Open kitchen with open fire. Love it! Love the smell. Smell of wood and fire is the best choice for cozy weekend brunch. Restrooms are comfortable, mirrors are super clean. People: Hostess and waiters are welcoming and friendly, gave some recommendations on food. 10/10 Highly recommend.
We were walking by this cozy corner spot and smelt the food and decided to stop and eat. Glad we did! They didnt disappoint We got the mimosa pitcher,the fresh catch Snapper,it was roasted with oranges and rosemary the snapper was falling off the bones,literally. The house grits had a hint of lime,quite the twist to a southern dish. My fianc loved the burger but he couldnt stop eating my fish(large enough for 2). The ambience is nice, waitress was very attentive. Love that you are able to see your food prepared. Will return soon.
Had a fantastic meal at Vana. Loved the open kitchen and design. The food was incredible- we had the burrata, the Elote corn special, the tomato salad, the carmelized veggies and we shared the ribeye!!! They also had a special drink on the menu- a coconut lime margarita that was outrageous. Everything was really amazing and our server James was on point and very knowledgeable about the menu. Cant wait to go back!
Stopped in for brunch after a hike. Wait staff was super friendly and we enjoyed the open kitchen. Food was 50/50. My bloody mary was too spicy and my flatbread was meh, but my husband really enjoyed his beer and steak & eggs. He said the chimichurri was really delicious, but wished the dish would have come with potatoes or toast for the price. Overall a good place and we will be back to try a dinner sometime.