Food & dining

Tapas tour is the ‘ultimate night on the town’

Jamie Bissonnette (left) and Ken Oringer
Josh Andrus (left), David Ma
Jamie Bissonnette (left) and Ken Oringer

Sometimes it’s hard to decide where to dine out. Your friend wants Italian. You crave tapas. But your spouse longs for Vietnamese bologna. We’ve all been there.

Chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer have a solution. The duo behind Boston’s Coppa and Toro and Cambridge’s Little Donkey have launched JK Food Crawl, a tapas tour of the three popular restaurants designed for four to eight hungry crawlers. Oringer calls it his “ultimate night on the town.”

You’ll spend an hour feasting on about six plates, plus drinks, during each stop. Start at Toro with sangria and pan con tomate; move on to Coppa with roasted meatballs, pizza, and wine; and conclude the moveable feast at Little Donkey with ice cream churro sandwiches, dessert wines, or maybe something savory.


As for the transportation? An Uber will ferry you from place to place (though you’re responsible for arrival and departure). Make reservations beginning on March 4 at The tour is $150 per person Sunday through Thursday, including transportation. Sadly, a trip to the duo’s new Toro + Ko in Dubai is not part of the deal.