The Tavern on the Square’s two-page menu travels all over the globe, touching down in Latin America (torta gigante de puerco, fried guacamole with chips), Korea (barbecued beef brisket), Thailand (lettuce wraps), Cuba (shredded pork-belly panini), the Caribbean (jerk chicken salad), Italy (pizza, meatballs, pasta), and the American shore and heartland (fried oysters, wild boar chop). Ingredients such as venison make appearances as chili and sausage, pheasant is served in potpie and with waffles, and duck confit fills spring rolls and paninis as well as topping pizza. It’s enough to make a diner dizzy, and while a wide array of options can feed a wide range of eaters, the effect instead feels unfocused and robs the menu of a distinct character. The result comes off as generic rather than gastropub, and the execution of the dishes doesn’t help in contradicting that verdict. On a wildly busy midweek evening, nothing we ordered was ill-prepared or flawed, but little was exciting or particular either.