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Wayward Sons, home to vegetable charcuterie, has closed


Chef Graham Doods and the team behind his Wayward Sons restaurant have closed up shop.

Wayward Sons was probably best known for Dodds’ vegetable “charcuterie” plate. A new, more mainstream menu was in development but clearly didn’t make the turn.

A restaurant spokesman confirms the closure, which had been expected by many for months.

Dodds is a super-talented chef. Sorry this one didn’t work.

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