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Krasi is about conversations and the people immersed in them. It’s about new friends, old friends, and turning strangers into friends.
With a Greek wine list of over 180 all natural and biodynamic selections, every pour tells a story. Our menu of regional Greek meze set the stage to feast like the gods. Uncover and rediscover Greece with us.
Krasi is Greek, differently.
Trifecta will be open from 3:00PM daily, for beverages including creative cocktails, wine and beer. Beginning at 5PM daily, our kitchen opens crafting a food menu that consists of coastal New England inspired lounge plates, house made pastas, handheld selections and crafted desserts, ideal for sharing with friends and family.
End the week on a high note with Afternoon Tea every Saturday and Sunday with three seating times: 11:00AM, 12:45PM, and 2:30PM. Enjoy an indulgent spread of tea sandwiches, freshly baked scones and unique sweets, all while sipping boutique blended loose leaf teas from our local favorite, J'enwey Tea Co.
$99 per person, inclusive of a glass of bubbles and liqueur pairing.
the menu is comprehensive and alluring. dishes are authentic but not traditional with bold, intense flavors and an emphasis on simple presentation acquired through quality ingredients. izakaya style means that dishes are designed to be shared at the table.
Food & Wine America's Best New Wine Bars, Boston Mag Best New Restaurant & Best Wine Program, Improper Bostonian Best Seafood.
After 15 minutes past reservation time, we may seat your table. Please call us if you are running a bit late.
If you do not find the time slot you are looking for, give us a ring 857-239-8064.
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Mooncusser serves a $115 multicourse menu showcasing local seafood from head chef Carl Dooley. Since opening in 2017, the restaurant has been awarded top seafood honors by Boston Magazine and other local publications.
Mistral’s dramatic dining room serves dinner nightly. We also offer craft cocktails and fine wines to compliment Chef Mammano’s menu.
Mistral’s private dining room, Le Salon du Mistral, accommodates 60 seated and up to 80 guests for a reception.
Café Sauvage have also a delicious selection of wines and craft cocktails.
Brunch is served every weekend (Friday included). Our brunch is operating on a first come first serve.
We accepting walk-ins at our bar and patio.
We're currently serving a $65 Prix Fixe menu for our "FRENCH DINNER" every last Wednesday of the month.
Situated at the intersection of Boylston and Mass Ave, next to the beating heart of music that is Berklee, The Bebop is primed to be a premier destination for musicians and fans alike. Whether you are going to a show at the Berklee Performance Center, Symphony Hall or a game in Fenway Park, The Bebop is a great place to start and finish the night. Enjoy our Guinness Lamb Stew or vegetarian Shepherd's Pie while listening to our live nightly entertainment.
Offering a full dinner and lunch menu from 11am-11pm daily, a brunch menu on weekends from 9am-3pm, and speciality cocktails, beer, and wine until 1 am every night of the week.
- EDElDoGreater Boston •30 reviews4.0Dined 3 days agoWe had carpaccio and then agnolotti with black truffle. Everything was fresh and well prepared, just a little bland. Definitely lacking salt. The bread was delicious. Service was terrific.More infoLa Pizza & La Pasta - Eataly BostonPrice: Moderate• Italian• Back Bay•4.3
- SScoopvipGreater Boston •78 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023There were two of us. We shared a Caesar salad. Haddock encrusted with crab And the Bouillabaisse Both delicious! Wine No deserts this time. This was probably our 15th time dining here. The food is always fresh and delicious. Service always spot on. Never disappoints.More infoAtlantic FishPrice: Very Expensive• Seafood• Back Bay•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinervipGreater Boston •13 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We have been many times and the food and service are always impeccable. Our server yesterday was absent and inattentive. He served our wine 30 minutes after we sat down and we had to flag him to get bread and to clear out plates. We saw many other servers that we previously had all providing the excellent service we have come to rely on at Abe and Louie’s. We were disappointed with yesterdays service. Hopefully was a one off occasion.More infoAbe & Louie’s - BostonPrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Back Bay•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinervipGreater Boston •15 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023I’m a (very) long time Joe’s customer. I had New Year’s Day brunch with my newlywed daughter & son-in-law who need gluten/free. Our server was wonderful on such a busy day! Food delicious, as usual. The salmon is always a favorite of ours. Added note: The kitchen is very careful about GF prep & the manager brings the GF orders to the table. P.S. Joe’s servers & managers are awesome.More infoJoe’s On NewburyPrice: Expensive• American• Back Bay•4.5
- SSusanvipGreater Boston •34 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Eggs Benedict is my favorite brunch so I order it everywhere. It is usually good but rarely great. The eggs were perfectly cooked- which is rare. It was delicious- both the eggs and potatoes.More infoEarls Kitchen + Bar - Boston - Prudential CenterPrice: Expensive• American• Back Bay•4.5
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