Official nickname: “The Garden City.”
Unofficial nickname: “That place that’s about to get a crazy-good Chilean date spot.”
Pass go and collect Comedor, a new garden of Chilean delights from a Sarma vet, opening Saturday in Newton. (See the slideshow here.)
Store the following information in a safe, dry place:
The name means “dining room” in Spanish.
Appropriate, considering all the date-worthy two-tops, the maple counter seating along the bar and the open kitchen. Consider it your front-row seat for rabbit empanadas and beer-battered swordfish nuggets. (Hey, you dropped this menu.)
You can buy a giant picture of a machine gun here.
They’re hanging two sizable works from LA-based siblings the Couto Brothers, and both are on sale. One is a psychedelic Uzi, and the other’s an enormous leaping shark titled El Tiburón.
They have those. Nothing else to say here.
In about a month’s time, brunch will be a thing.
Expect s’mores french toast and homemade donuts served dim-sum-style.
As much as anyone can expect such things.