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Highlighted with red and yellow paint strips, Hong Kong, is a Chinese themed restaurant and bar. The restaurant first opened in 1954, and concocted their first 'Scorpion Bowl and ever since it is one of the famous cocktail bowls in the sphere. The pub is known for its nightlife activities and patrons flock to delight at the bar and enjoy the live music, up-beat dance floor and Karaoke at the bar. The food menu is diversified as it has American and Chinese food choices. The menu is composed to meet all taste sizes and serves specialties like, Chicken Fingers and Beef with Mushrooms. The venue also houses buffet option for meals. It hosts live musical events, where-in patrons are welcomed to enjoy their enticing choices of spirits and cocktails. The upbeat, trendy, and fancy environment at the venue, is praised by the locals.
Battery Park Bar & Lounge is not only a sports bar but also an American restaurant. Their 17 high definition flat screen televisions are a delight to sports fans and you can catch a game from any corner of the establishment apart the patio. Its old Boston look is accentuated by the deep red mahogany wooden accents. Take a sip of beer from any of their 16 draft brews or wine from their impressive list. Relish their Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich, Buffalo Chicken Rangoon, Crispy Honey Cayenne Chicken Wings, The Texas Ranger Burger, Lobster Mac n Cheese and Blackened Chicken Quesadilla.
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.
For those who don't remember, the original 21st Amendment repealed Prohibition and allowed the nation to drink. This English-style bar, located near the State House, serves up spirits to lawyers, law students, legislators and Beacon Hill locals. A large copper fireplace blazes in the corner and there is a juke box to liven up the place, which features a lot of dark wood and brick walls. Pasta and burgers are among the food offerings. The specialty sandwiches are good too.
Set in an early 18th-century brick building, Central Wharf Co. is spread across two levels and features five rooms and three bars. The neo-industrial look of the contemporary Financial District restaurant and bar is warm and inviting. Check out the historical tidbits on framed newspaper cuttings from the 1800s. Savor dishes like Wonton Nachos, Clams Casino, Smoked Brisket Reuben and Cast Iron Statler Chicken. Complement your meal with craft beers and artisan cocktails.