Boho

Your Cozy New Mediterranean Dating Grounds in the Grove

Come, Sit a Spell. We’re About to Tell You All About Boho.

By Jackie Gutierrez-Jones
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Looks like the Grove is finally making a comeback.

And since everybody loves a good comeback story, here’s one that involves octopus and sake cocktails.

Goes by the name Boho, a little neighborhood Mediterranean spot with a few convivial diversions and a real bohemian thing going for it, now open in Coconut Grove.

Walking in, you’ve got rich green floral wallpaper. Random curios. Mismatched chairs pulled from antique shops. Threadbare rugs. Feel free to see for yourself right here.

And when you’re done doing that, here are a few salient feasting points:

—The chef and owners hail from Greece, so you’ll find marinated octopus with fava beans. Lobster risotto. Fish flown in from Mesogios. Greek people.

—Theme being what it is, Greek wine will also be happening here soon. But for now, you’ll have to make do with other wine and sake drinks, like the Rosemary with herbs, peach and white wine.

—They’ve got Nutella calzones with mascarpone. Just saying.

—You’ll be listening to Greek radio most of the night.

No one ever sees the Greek radio coming.

Jackie Gutierrez-Jones finds unhyphenated names quaint. She believes that croquetas and gin cocktails are suitable precursors to running and hoisting heavy weights over one’s head.

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