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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.
Nico depicts a sophisticated yet cozy ambiance with delectable food and wine to go with. The food is outstanding including antipasti, risotto and pastas with a variety of selections. The wine menu is extensive. If you are not a wine drinker, then you can enjoy sipping on some delicious cocktails while you have a chat with your group of friends. The ambiance and the food is a great combination for a special occasion or just a get together with friends. Reservations are highly recommended.
This French wine bar and bistro is a Theater District hot spot, popular with young professionals with a taste for fine vintages. A black-and-white checkered floor, full bar and numerous wine racks give this establishment a Parisian feel. Begin your meal with a drink from the lengthy wine list. You can buy by the bottle, the glass or even have a sample. Then try the charcuterie, Duck Confit or Foie Gras. Save room for truffles and the cheese plate. Nightly jazz and a Tuesday night wine-tasting series add to the ambiance.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar not only satisfies the palate of meat lovers, but also of seafood lovers. Classic steak delicacies are prepared, keeping in mind contemporary culinary trends. The beef is aged for up to four weeks, and is then served to suit individual tastes. As for the seafood, it is imported from various parts of the globe. An array of innovative salads, side dishes, and homemade desserts is also available, and a nutrition guide is provided for health-conscious guests. Pair your meal with the perfect glass of wine from one of over 100 various kinds Fleming's offers.
Restaurateurs Seth and Sheri Woods bring a touch of France to South End in the form of this bistro-style restaurant. Decorated in warm shades of brown, Aquitaine boasts a top-notch wine list to accompany tantalizing menu selections, including cassoulet and a separate menu for each day of the week. Save room for dessert because the Banana Bread Pudding loaded with Caramel is a delicious treat that defies description.
Metropolis Cafe is a very popular spot in the South End. With seating for 50 patrons, expect a bit of a wait. This sleek café with soft yellow walls and wooden booths, features Mediterranean-influenced, American bistro food. One of the more requested menu items is the pan seared sea bass with warm green bean, tomato, fennel and olive salad served over kalamata (olive) mashed potatoes. The carefully selected wine list pairs beautifully with their cuisine and boasts labels from all over the world.
Deuxave is an upscale restaurant with a chic decor that is inspired by the Bostonian style. The fireplace in the dining section adds to the beauty of the space. The menu features French cuisine which is blended with American flavors, creating contemporary culinary bliss. Enjoy an array of appetizer choices, main courses and sides that can be paired with their wine. The bar has a huge wine list of 420 bottles out of which a few can be ordered by the glass. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made online.