We feature a wide range of classic American items with creative culinary twists, including a mac & cheese with taleggio cheese, a S.L.T (salmon, lettuce, tomato) sandwich, roasted radishes, a slow fire wood grilled roasted chicken and an extensive charcuterie board served on repurposed wood boards made from church pews. The menu, whichi s available at both the bar and main dining area, will feature seasonal ingredients from local purveyors and farms.
Canary Square is proud to provide guests with a cozy, eco-friendly spot to eat, drink, and relax. Not only does Canary Square practice sustainability, but owners Michael Moxley and Jim Cochener make it easy for guests to partake in their green philosophy. A large bike rack sits outside the restaurant offering guests an alternative way to get to the restaurant while reducing their carbon footprint. Once inside, Canary Square’s rustic décor serves as an example of how recycled goods can be transformed into something new and chic. Sip on delicious cocktails at Canary Square’s beautiful 30 seat bar crafted entirely of reclaimed wood while sitting on chairs made of recycled bottles. Canary Square even features a chair made of 111 recycled Coca-Cola bottles, called the 111 Navy Chair.
Chef David Schneller formerly of Harvest focuses on locally sourced and seasonal ingredients to create a fun and approachalbe menu to Jamaica Plain.