REVERE – Mayor Brian Arrigo on Thursday toured Cut 21, the new restaurant coming to the Ryder apartment complex on Revere Beach Boulevard, with restauranteur Michael Aldi and the team at Redgate. The restaurant is set to open soon, with a planned ribbon cutting taking place on Saturday, July 3 at 5:00 PM.
“Cut 21 represents the transformative progress taking place on our cherished beachfront,” said Mayor Brian Arrigo. “My administration has focused on promoting Revere Beach to its highest and best use to the benefit of residents old and new. A vibrant restaurant scene not only offers residents with greater options for leisure and connecting with loved ones, but also delivers on our City’s promise of world-class, inclusive amenities. I look forward to working with and dining at Cut 21 and know our neighbors will welcome them as one of our own.”
The restaurant will bring high-end contemporary American dining to Revere Beach thanks to restauranteur Michael Aldi and Chef Greg Reeves. The lounge will overlook the Ryder boardwalk and Revere Beach and be open all four seasons. The Lounge at Cut 21, along with Dryft, will also be serving Ryder’s exclusive ‘Ryde The Waves’ beer – a pale ale created specifically for Ryder and Revere’s top dining establishments by BearMoose Brewery owner and master brewer Andrew Gilman.
“Dryft and Fine Line really established the new standard for dining and nightlife, said Damian Szary, a Principal at Redgate. “Cut 21 is just another exciting concept that contributes to that scene. We are incredibly excited to open our doors to the surrounding communities and bring more opportunities for residents to spend time with friends and family.”
Executive Chef Greg Reeves’ menu will focus on high-end contemporary American – with locally sourced, high-quality cuts of dry aged beef and freshly caught seafood. Reeves is also the Executive Chef/Owner of Viale. He was the Executive Chef at Green Street as well as a menu consultant for Trina’s Starlite Lounge and Pier 6. He is active in several charities including Food for Free, CASPAR homeless shelter, East End House and the Taste of Cambridge.
“Revere Beach corridor is an exceptional location that rivals any other beachfront property in Massachusetts,” said restauranteur Michael Aldi, who is also the creator of Dryft and Fine Line at Redgate’s 500 Ocean Avenue. “Were able to take advantage of the beachfront scene to create a vibrant new atmosphere with the goal of bringing back the culture and excitement of everyday foot traffic.”