279 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02116 +1 617 536 1695
Nestled on the sidewalk of Newbury Street, Kashmir restaurant has an ornate yet subtly lit ambiance. Unlike some trendy spots nearby, the food lives up to the décor and location. Relax with large plates of excellent tandoori or the chicken and lamb dishes. Make time in the afternoon for one of the best Indian buffet lunches in town. You can also enjoy the outdoor seating in the summer months while you people watch and sip on a cool cocktail.
215 Charles Street Liberty Hotel Boston, MA 02114 +1 857 241 1144
Located in the Liberty Hotel, which was formerly known as Charles Street Jail, Alibi Bar is one of the more popular hangouts in Boston. The decor is simple, featuring exposed brick walls that give it a rustic look, comfortable leather couches lining the walls and rich wood tables with tea lights for ambiance. The outside patio area is complete with comfortable sofas and chairs perfect for enjoying those warm Boston evenings. The bar bites on the menu include pizzas, skewers, angus burgers and more which go very well with the wine list, cocktails and more on offer. Alibi is open for private hire, call ahead to book the space. Reservations can be made online.
138 Cambridge Street Boston, MA 02134 +1 857 350 3344
The Tip Tap Room's pun-intended name does not disappoint. Celebrated chef and restaurateur Brian Poe set up this establishment heavily inspired by his travels. The game specialties include fish and meat seasoned with homemade marinades and accompanied by fresh salads. Indulge in a host of tapped beer and ales, from the local Ipswich Oatmeal Stout to the Belgian Stella Artois. This lovely corner spot is a local favorite and its upscale yet casual vibe attracts many tourists to the city. End your meal with their Blackberry & White Chocolate Bread Pudding.
283 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116 +1 617 338 7699/+1 781 346 2817/+1 857 284 7315
Located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston, Guilt nightclub is the place to be for a fun night out on the town. Oozing an old Hollywood glamor ambiance, Guilt is decked out in rich velvet fabrics, beautiful dark wood wainscoting, ornate tin ceiling tiles and soft leather couches. Various events are held throughout the month and can be viewed on their website. The club is also available for private parties.
215 Charles Street First Floor, Liberty Hotel Boston, MA 02114 +1 617 536 2100
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.
215 Charles Street The Liberty Hotel Boston, MA 02114 +1 617 224 4004
Clink restaurant in the Liberty Hotel will satisfy a sophisticated palate. Opening onto the street and garden, dining can be enjoying with a chic casual style. The menu has a nice selection that complements a glass the extensive wine list. If you're not having a dinner, the Clink Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail. Their brunch is also quite notable with scrumptious brioche French toast, whole wheat pancakes, omelets and more on offer.
26 Charles Street Boston, MA 02114 +1 617 723 5939
BIN 26 Enoteca offers both snacks and wholesome meals, complementing them with a remarkable wine list. The sophisticated decor includes dark woods and dim lighting. The clientele is upscale and includes gourmets, couples and business executives. The menu is extensive, pastas, soups, Beef Carpaccio, rabbit, seafood dishes, cheeses, and Tiramisu are popular selections. The bar menu includes 200 wines available by bottle, and if you're not sure which wine should be paired with your meal the knowledgeable staff can provide you with expert advice.
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!
316 Cambridge Street Boston, MA 02114 +1 617 523 2727
Harvard Gardens, located in Beacon Hill near Massachusetts General Hospital, offers a causal atmosphere for diners. It is nice and bright with off-white walls. The menu changes frequently, but this establishment is well known for its thin-crusted pizza and comfort food like macaroni and cheese. Pastas and burgers are on the menu and the appetizers tend to be popular as well. The restaurant has a full service bar.
149 Charles Street Boston, MA 02114 +1 617 999 9999
This popular Beacon Hill bar gets jam-packed on the weekends and tends to draw the 20's-something crowd. The Beacon Hill Pub has all the characteristics of a college bar with few bar stools and a lot of people standing around enjoying the relaxed atmosphere and company. The crowd tends to feature those a little older than your typical college students but it is definitely a young, hip group. Beer prices are reasonable and there are pinball machines, video games, dartboards and even a juke box.
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