Take The Street to Ronsky’s

Matt regularly appears with Jordan Rich on “Connoisseur’s Corner” which airs on Boston’s 50,000-watt CBS affiliate WBZ AM 1030 weekdays at 11:55 AM.

The following is a “script” for one of Matt’s forthcoming segments:

After hosting such local legends as Kane’s Donuts and Third Piece knitting before moving to the back of the building to host many of Commonwealth Kitchen’s mentionable members, the Pop-Up store at The Street has a permanent resident in the form of Ronsky’s, a new, Italian-inspired café helmed by James Beard Award-winning chef Ron Suhanosky.

Though the space itself is relatively small, the offerings and flavors are big and satisfying. From hand-crafted coffee drinks buck all others stars for Peet’s sake (including their arrestingly yummy Red Eye and authentic Cortado) to hot cider and even international beer and wine, Ronsky’s is a great place to drop by during the day to refuel or after work to relax. Sweet snacks include fresh muffins and scones, as well as Italian Pizzelle and Cannoli that are filled while you watch (and salivate), as well as three- or five-packs of office meeting-friendly Zeppole and a banana Nutella bread that is just the best!

The Panini menu offers all-day faves that range from eggs to avocado toast with arugula to meatballs with whipped Ricotta, and a quattro formaggi grilled cheese that is just like Nonni used to make, but maybe even better! Salad fans have their pick among baby kale, iceberg wedges, arugula, and a fresh caprese with pesto.

On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, Chef offers customized private experiences for 6-12 guests and every afternoon features his new Apertivo hour from 3-6 PM, during which guests can enjoy six antipasti with a glass of Spumante for $12.

So whether you are shopping, working, or looking for a new palce to enjoy authentic Italian tastes without so much travel, Ronsky’s should pop into your life soon.