Tanám is putting Filipino food on the map in Boston
Story Date: 1/4/2019
Author: Erin Kuschner
Ellie Tiglao’s foray into pop-up dining was borne out of an innate reaction: If you can’t find it, make it. After moving from California to Boston for a career in neuroscience, Tiglao wasn’t satisfied with the Filipino food available in Boston, and missed the traditional dishes she relished as a child at her father’s restaurant. In August 2014, she launched Pamangan, a Filipino pop-up restaurant that, four years later, has morphed into her latest project: Tanám, which is scheduled to officially open to the public at Bow Market in February (though soft openings are currently being held for community investors).
Place Category: Food & Drink
Story Category: New Places