One such experimental event is Coleslaw’s Corner. With a spotlight on Boston’s brightest stars of drag, Coleslaw’s Corner has been a stronghold of after hours offerings at the Museum for the past two years, often selling out all 209 seats of the planetarium.
As the traditional brick-and-mortar-based model collapsed due to the pandemic, restaurants pivoted online, sparking a wave of attractive, easy-to-launch “ghost restaurants” vying for sales and survival.
“Novel” describes The Novel Kitchen in multiple ways: its location, its menu, and especially its birth amid a pandemic. The no-cook eatery — it will only serve prepared, rather than cooked, food — is set to open this month in the Brookline Booksmith.