Eat like an insider: Jason Santos

It's pretty delicious being blue. You might know Chef Jason Santos by his blue hair. Or you might know him by his two Boston establishments — Abby Lane in the Theater District or Back Bay Harry’s in Bay Village. Or (more likely) you know him from both. The 40-year-old Medford resident’s playful culinary techniques landed him on the seventh season of “Hell’s Kitchen” — he made it pretty far — and he’s set to open his latest endeavor, a Southern restaurant called Buttermilk and Bourbon, later this fall. Santos shares his favorite date night restaurant, where he takes his out-of-town guests and the best little spot in Chinatown.

Everywhere we want to eat this fall

From familiar faces to second chances, the coming months are looking delicious. When you’re soul searching Buttermilk and Bourbon, opening mid-November If you need a hefty dose of modern Southern comfort, blue-haired chef Jason Santos will certainly deliver. The Back Bay restaurant plans to serve twists of traditional down home cooking, including boiled peanut hummus served with benne seed crackers and golden raisin compote, peel-and-eat shrimp poached in lemon shady and boneless fried chicken wings, served Nashville hot. Location TBA

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