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This quiet nook of a restaurant adds its own touch of class, elegance and comfort to Beacon Hill. The restaurant's bistro-like interior, detailed with burnished mahogany and dimly lit, making it a romantic place to bring a date. Pan-Seared Salmon with Quinoa, Herb-Crusted Rack of Lamb, Avocado and Macadamia Nut-Crusted Sea Bass and Veal Chop with Rosemary Polenta are just a few of the options on the New American menu. The bar and its wine list are impressive as well.
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.
Committee pampers your palate with the enticing Mediterranean flavors as you dine here. This restaurant is known for serving some of the best Mediterranean delicacies in a speakeasy ambiance. Devour the Kibbe Naya, North African-Style Hummus or other dishes from their menu which have been loved by their admirers. The delicacies are followed by an interesting beverage list. You can pair your meals with red or white wines or choose from bubbly champagnes, colorful cocktails or other spirits offered here. The interiors of Committee have a chic decor with a stylish bar region to wander at and cozy couches to plonk on after a hectic day.
Bistro du Midi prides itself on exquisite Provençal cuisine. Chef Robert Sisca is the culinary force behind the ingredient-driven menu that lends a contemporary spin to authentic flavors from southeastern France. Subject to season, produce is locally sourced. Start off with artisan cheeses and charcuterie, and raw servings of oysters and tuna tartare tartine. Let oenophile Olivier Flosse fix you with fine regional wine from the impressive glass-enclosed cellar. Overlooking the historic Boston Public Garden, this place is one of the best French restaurants in town.
Menton is one of Boston's best luxury Italian dining experiences. Beauty is everywhere, from the elegant setting to the artisan glassware to the impeccable service. Diners can choose between the prix-fixe menu or choose a la carte - exquisite offerings include the torchon of foie gras de canard and the butter-poached lobster with dill sauce. There is a fantastic selection of wines available, with extremely knowledgeable staff to ensure that you make the right choice. And don't forget dessert! The desserts are the perfect cap to any meal; if you want something lighter, a tremendous variety of dessert wines are ready to be poured. Reservations are highly recommended.
Gather is a melting pot for academics, fashionistas, artists and corporate people. It is situated in front of the harbor, within District Hall, Boston's community hub, which boasts of an avant-garde façade. The futuristic design extends to the interiors of this restaurant. Bulbs with cords of irregular lengths hang from perforated panels in the ceiling. Their sparkling lights, with a backdrop of glass windows, resembles a starry night sky. Savor appetizers such as Marrow Toast, Tuna Tartar and Char Grilled Octopus. Their mains include Lamb Osso Buco, a blend of confit tomato, milled polenta and shallots. Do not miss their desserts like Chocolate Layer Cake and Fresh Berry Tart. Your meal is complemented by cocktails like the tequila-infused The Monk and the vodka-based Cucumber Cooly. Hire this venue for a romantic celebration or a business function.