Red Raven (gastropub)
|The Red Raven Restaurant|
The Red Raven
|Current owner(s)||John & Jenifer Apazidis|
|Head chef||John Hanlon|
|Food type||American, New American|
|Street address||3 Nagog Park|
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|Reservations||Not required, but available for Dinner, Large Lunch Parties & Private Dining|
The Red Raven is an American restaurant in the Nashoba Valley town of Acton, Massachusetts, an outer suburb of Boston. A casual upscale restaurant with an eclectic menu ranging from epicurean craft main dishes to gourmet variations on pub fare (using local farm-to-table produce as often as possible), the Red Raven also has two bars and offers about twenty beer brands on draft, mostly craft beer. Its 2013 opening was seen by the Boston Globe as part of a general trend addressing the perceived lack of "inventive dining options" in the immediate area. The Red Raven offers events for guests such as trivia, beer dinners, wine dinner and Farm to Table events, they also have a myriad of unique events spaces for private events 8-400 people. The Red Raven also offers catering.
Located in the building formerly housing long-time local landmark restaurant Scupper Jack's, the Red Raven is on a private pond, and some waterfront deck seating is provided overlooking Nagog Pond, a 284-acre (1.15 km2) great pond and Massachusetts Landscape Inventory Distinctive Landscape (and a site of religious significance in pre-Columbian times).
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