0.7 min readBy Published On: March 21st, 2012Categories: Eat and Drink3 Comments

This casual yet impressive restaurant opened up this past fall on the ground floor of historic Russia Wharf and it’s bringing a fresh, local taste to the Fort Point neighborhood of South Boston courtesy of Chef Jody Adams.  Take your pick of small plates, flatbreads, main dishes, side dishes and desserts, all of which are blasting with exquisite flavor .

Stick your fork in a tasteful small dish like fried dough with parmesan, prosciutto and anchovies.  If you’re coming in with a growing appetite, try the flatbread with mushrooms, figs, gorgonzola, sage pesto and walnuts, or the braised short rib with sunchokes, orange and olives. 

Perfect spot to meet for drinks and share some small plates. 

The food is moderately priced and the ambiance is warm and welcoming.  For more information on food, events and private dining, call 617-451-1234.

Trade
540 Atlantic Ave
trade-boston.com

3 Comments

  1. Anonymous April 3, 2012 at 10:07 pm

    The menu looks great!  Keep the new restaurants coming to Southie. 

  2. Anonymous April 3, 2012 at 10:07 pm
    The menu looks great! Keep the new restaurants coming to Southie.
  3. Anonymous April 25, 2012 at 7:54 pm
    Technically it isn’t Russia Wharf anymore. It is now Atlantic Wharf, they changed the name because they found Russia Wharf not PC. I worked for a company that was part of the rebuilding, we had to rename a lot ofour drawings. Also is this really South Boston? The sign welcome to South Boston is not until you cross the bridge, and they don’t use the South Boston zip code.. I would say Trade is a new restaurant to the Financial/entrance of Seaport District. As nice as it may be would not line it up with a Southie restaurant.

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