After the frenzy of party-packed December, January can be pretty quiet in some parts of the restaurant world. “Kind of a characteristic of Boston restaurants in January is that for the first three weeks, it’s a dust bowl,” says chef Jamie Bissonnette of KO Prime, which opened nearly a year ago at Boston’s Nine Zero Hotel. “It’s really slow.” Add to that the fact that most other restaurants in KO Prime’s neighborhood are closed on Sundays, and you have one potentially quiet ...
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