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THE EXPERIENCE
The heart of La Brasa is the wood on which this food will be cooked. Most people associate the smells of a wood-burning stove and an open fire with family, friends, and community – the backyard barbecue or camp-side fire, the hearth in the home, conversations and good food enjoyed while relaxed and at ease. At La Brasa, the goal is to produce a top-tier, casual culinary experience that recalls these same feelings – a place to dine among neighbors with food that reminds us from where we came and at the same time takes us to new and far-off places.
THE FOOD
The La Brasa menu rotates constantly with the seasons and availability of meat, produce and dairy sourced from New England-based farms and purveyors. The style of cuisine draws on cultural influences of our own heritages and those of the East Somerville neighborhood, including Mexican, Peruvian, and Middle Eastern. Our signature feasts feature whole-roasted animals and a bounty of creative salads, sides, “street foods,” and desserts.

THE CHEF
DANIEL BOJORQUEZ, CHEF/OWNER
Daniel is a native of Hermosillo in the state of Sonora, Mexico. He attended culinary school in Puebla and has spent over a dozen years in Boston working with Frank McClelland at L’Espalier and Sel de la Terre. He lives in Dorchester with his wife Emily and dog Lucas.

Address

Address:

124 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145

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Hours

Monday

6pm - 10pm

Tuesday

6pm - 10pm

Wednesday

6pm - 10pm

Thursday

6pm - 10pm

Friday

5pm - 11pm

Saturday

5pm - 11pm

Sunday

5pm - 9pm

Late Night Menu: Fri+Sat - 11pm-1am Market Brunch: Sun - 10am-3pm Bar opens at 5pm & $1 oysters available daily