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Field & Vine Opens Wednesday in Somerville’s Union Square

Get ready for pickled vegetables, fried chicken, and more A local pop-up goes permanent this week in Somerville. Field & Vine opens in the former Journeyman space at 9 Sanborn Ct. on Wednesday, September 13, bringing local fare, pickled goods, and more to Union Square. The new restaurant is the work of Andrew Brady and Sara Markey, who are both alums of Bronwyn, also in Union Square.
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