This popular downtown eatery is for the sushi-minded. At lunchtime, professionals in the neighborhood crowd in for a warm cup of tea and a little bit of raw fish. Long tables line the sides of room, while the front holds smaller tables for couples. Entrees are served with miso soup and rice. Dinner boxes contain two main courses, rice, salad, miso soup and fruit. The sushi plates are just enough for a filling lunch or dinner. The dishes 'Heaven' and 'True Love' will delight any sushi lover. Sakurabana also serves beer and wine.
This corner restaurant has friendly and attentive service, a quaint atmosphere and a tantalizing menu. Classic mahogany booths with crisp white tablecloths line the windows. Hardwood floors add to the elegant feel and may double as a dance floor after sunset. Although small, the restaurant has a private room available for functions. Groups of up to 75 on weekdays and 100 guests on weekends are welcome. The menu consists of interesting sandwich combinations and a big selection of burgers.
Opened in 1657, this tavern was once a popular meeting place for Paul Revere and his revolutionary comrades. Found between Faneuil Hall and the North End, the pub now serves as an Irish-themed post-work gathering place for suited types from the financial district and Government Center. The bar hosts live music Wednesday through Sunday nights. The restaurant serves toppling sandwiches, lobster, burgers and traditional Irish Fare.
Part of the Faneuil Hall cornucopia of bars, this fun Irish bar, which doubles as a French bistro, provides plenty of stout, folk music and brogues. Compared to other pubs in the area that host college-aged crowds, this Victorian-style bar attracts an older, more relaxed crowd. There are two floors of this establishment with the second floor serving as the bistro. Menu items include Irish favorites like fish and chips, shepherd's pie and mixed grill. The scallops and lobster entrée is recommended as are the chicken selections.
A young crowd packs this bar near Faneuil Hall every weekend. The Purple Shamrock features live music every night The food here is quite good and the menu includes a wide range of soups and salads and steak and seafood entrees. A blend of Irish and New England preparations, guests will find it difficult to make up their mind when it's time to eat. Live music and karaoke are added features of this club.
89 Broad Street Hilton Financial District Boston Hotel Boston, MA 02110
The Caliterra Bar & Grille at the Hilton in the Financial District serves cuisine influenced by Northern California and Tuscany in Italy. The large, L-shaped dining room features red mahogany columns and walls with impressive murals. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Thin-crusted brick-oven pizza is on the menu and seared halibut and grilled pork tenderloin are two of the house specialties. Enjoy these tasty preparations with a wine from the bar.
This Kansas City-style steakhouse is all about USDA prime grade beef. Upon entering Plaza III - The Kansas City Steakhouse, you may notice the large cow hanging above the bar before being seated a dark mahogany table overlooking the hustle and bustle of Faneuil Hall. The beef is from corn-fed cows and is shipped directly to the restaurant from Kansas City. For those who avoid red meat, there are a variety of fish and chicken dishes. The outdoor patio is fun for people watching in the summertime. The restaurant has a full service bar.
The colorful, abstract art on the walls is the first sign that this pub goes beyond the Irish bar stereotypes. The Times is family owned and opearted and serves both Irish and American food. The menu definitely has Celtic influences and includes lamb stew and shepherd's pie. But other entrees, such as blackened swordfish, Cajun steak, award-winning clam chowder and guacamole cheeseburgers, are more American. Live music, DJs and karaoke attract a young after-work crowd and international students.
Quincy Market has a number of bars to choose from and this underground tavern, with its mahogany paneling and brass ornaments, is a popular one. Ames Plow Tavern draws a mixed crowd, there are the professionals relaxing with a beer or locals enjoying a game of pool after work. There are also the tourists and shoppers stopping in after a day on the town. The menu consists of typical bar food, including appetizers, soup, hot and cold sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs, pizza and ribs.
250 Franklin Street The Langham, Boston Boston, MA 02110
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.
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