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Carrie Nation Restaurant & Cocktail Club celebrates the aristocratic charm of Boston during the pre-Prohibition era between the two World Wars. It is replete with velvet chairs, period lamps and candles casting a dim glow, a stately white bar counter with Victorian mirrors and columns, and shelves lined with bottles exhibiting vintage labels. Its beverages are named after the who's who of the city. Its eclectic cocktail selection includes the gin-infused Million Dollar Cop, inspired by the famous brewer Garret Oliver, and the tequila-based King Solomon. One can also try their Rascal King and Liggett’s Literature, influenced by politicians and writers respectively. This restaurant tweaks American classics and offers a menu comprising of dishes like Lobster BLT, and Truffle Mac and Cheese. Its multiple themed bars, including the Speakeasy Room, can be hired for private dining and parties.
Opened in 2007, Mooo is the brainchild of Jamie Mammano and Paul Roiff, the former is also its chef. Set in the luxurious XV Beacon Hotel, their menu is a twist on traditional steakhouse dishes. Their clientele includes corporate honchos, politicos and socialites. This upscale steakhouse also has a good selection of fish and seafood platter for those not into meat. From Kobe Dumplings, Broiled East Coast Oysters to Rib Eye Steak, Pepper Crusted Sirloin Au Poivre and Baked Stuffed Lobster, everything is wonderfully prepared and presented.
The Merchant serves up a diverse menu of eats, delicious cocktails and craft beers in a vibrant, lively setting. From small plates and bar snacks to hearty mains, whatever your appetite, you'll find something to please at this brasserie-style bar. With a separate bar and dining room section, it offers a choice for those looking for an after work drink and a bite or a full meal. Popular with the office crowd, suit and tie wearing professionals jostle shoulders with the occasional hipster and decibel levels tend to soar post 9pm. For reservations, visit the website.
No.9 Park, located in the shadow of the State House, has become one of Boston's hottest eateries since its opening in 1998. The dark and cool interior has cherry wood and indigo walls for a modern, elegant feel. The menu blends European influences and New England ingredients. Appetizers include Salade de Petite Courgett and Terrine of Foie Gras. Roasted Beef Ribeye is equally amazing. Desserts are superb. Try the Vanilla Creme Caramel or Chocolate & Hazelnut Tart, simply divine!
Opened in 1933 by Peter Sabia, Brandy Pete's was named as its founder was an avid Brandy drinker. Spread across two levels, it features a bar at both the floors and has many televisions for sports fans to catch a game. It also hosts regular open mic nights. Relish their burgers and sandwiches for lunch which includes the likes of The State Street, The Batterymarch, BBQ Chicken and Monte Cristo. For dinner try their classics such as Bavarian Style Knockwurst, Crispy Scrod Sandwich, Baked Sea Scallops and Maine Crabmeat, and Grilled Porterhouse Pork Chop. Complement your meal with a choice alcohol from their drinks list.