Waldo gastropub Remedy might cure what ails you

Remedy is the cure for blandness, with fun and flavorful variations on comfort food.

09/12/2012 6:57 PM

05/16/2014 7:40 PM

Waldo’s newest eatery straddles a not-so-narrow line between the sports bar, grilled food menus of its neighbors and the higher expectations of food-savvy adventurers.

It’s called Remedy, a name that implies the delivery of comfort food and perhaps also a cure-all for whatever ailments Waldo has tossed your way. Deliver it does, and the word is spreading.

Remedy opened this summer in the glass-walled corner of the hyper-modern, grass-roofed building that replaced the burned-down Waldo Astoria theater. The cool, generally cozy space used to house Kennedy’s, a neighborhood tavern, and Remedy retains some of the flat-screen sports-TV aura of its predecessor.

On first approach, Remedy also acts like most bar/grills of my acquaintance: Fried foods dominate the menu. But how many taverns do you know that offer a cauliflower steak? “It’s amped-up bar food,” our friend The Poet said during dinner on a lively Saturday night.

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