Island Creek Oyster Bar, known for the delicious seafood, has a decor that depicts the coastal feel. The neighborhood locals love the fresh oyster dishes and other seafood delicacies with mouth-watering varieties. They have some great tasting cocktails on offer, that go amazingly well with the oyster selection and other seafood options in the menu. Apart from cocktails, Island Creek Oyster Bar also has beers on the tap on offer. Have a hearty meal!
Chef Daniel Bruce offers a seasonal and contemporary menu at Meritage. Located in the Boston Harbor Hotel, it is renowned for its Sunday brunch. On offer are hot and cold appetizers, tasting plates and delectable seafood. They pride themselves on their award-winning selection of 12,000 bottles of wine, with 1500 on display in sub-zero cases. With over 850 varieties to choose from, this place is an oenophiles haven.
Located within the Liberty Hotel, Scampo brings in a delectable twist to traditional Italian cuisine. Chef Lydia Shire has crafted a menu that embraces the diversity of modern dining, while staying true to the restaurant’s Italian basis. The bread at Scampo is Naan, which is surprising, but offsets the Italian dishes nicely. Try the steaks, cod and cauliflower preparations. The duck also offers a refreshing variation. The heavy use of fennel is classic Italian, but the combinations of certain flavors certainly doesn’t say stuffy old world restaurant.
It is no wonder that this is called "Boston's living room." Situated on the first floor of Boston's Four Seasons Hotel, as soon as you step through the door, you're sure to feel right at home. Popular with the young professionals after work, feel free to lounge around with your tea or cocktail gazing out of the huge French windows. On weekends, this place turns into a hub for dating couples. Despite these features, The Bristol Lounge remains a family place, offering special menus for the young ones.
Considered to be one of the best hotel bars in Boston, BOND restaurant | lounge in The Langham, Boston is one of the city's most beautiful places to unwind. The elegant bar's magnificent detail, carved doorways, gilded ceilings, serves as an elaborate reminder of the grand Renaissance Revival period. Huge murals grace the walls, while opulent chandeliers hang from the ceiling. BOND restaurant | lounge features an extensive variety of cocktails and a delicious contemporary fare.
If your idea of heaven is a martini in one hand and a cigar in the other, then The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel bar is for you. A selection of fine cigars is available, the drink selection is excellent, and the menu features superb steaks. This lounge has the feel of an old-world bar and piano tunes add to the upscale atmosphere. This is clearly an elegant and classy establishment located in the Copley Plaza Hotel.
This elegant establishment, with its dark woodwork and glimmering chandeliers, offers traditional New England cuisine with an upscale twist. Located in the Omni Parker House Hotel, this restaurant is the home of Boston cream pie, but that isn't the only draw. The menu changes seasonally and features such favorites such as Pot Roast. The Clam Chowder is also excellent as are the seafood entrees. The restaurant has a full service bar and piano entertainment.
Located in the luxurious Millennium Bostonian Hotel, North 26 believes in seasonal dishes and serves only fresh food. The menu keeps changing as most of the dishes are seasonal and the ingredients are locally sourced. Loved by most neighborhood locals as well as tourists, North 26 has an innovative menu featuring appetizers, mains and dessert options. You can also choose their prix fixe menus. They have delicious breakfast options as well. Call ahead to make a reservation.
Set inside the Club Quarters, Elephant & Castle is a traditional British pub with an impressive selection of whiskey and beer. Their menu comprises English and North American classics which includes the likes of the Caribbean Jerk Chicken, Butter Chicken, Jalapeno Mac & Cheese, Curried Chicken Flat Bread, Stuffed Yorkshire Pudding, Shepherd’s Pie and, Fish and Chips. Drop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Enjoy their happy hours with seasonal beers as well as regular ones.
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.
Inside The The Langham, Boston, Café Fleuri features creative Mediterranean cuisine in a dramatic restaurant. Located beneath a magnificent six-story glass atrium, Café Fleuri is the perfect restaurant to enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner, seven days a week. An open kitchen, complete with brick oven, allows diners a glimpse of culinary creativity firsthand. Café Fleuri features an award-winning Sunday Jazz Brunch featuring nine tables of palate pleasing sensations alongside a jazz trio. Indulge your sinful side at Café Fleuri's world renowned Saturday Chocolate Bar (seasonal) buffet, which includes more than 125 chocolate creations.