It may not feel like the Boston we know and love but the Seaport is now a decidedly vital and growing Boston neighborhood. The Seaport neighborhood features an ever-growing collection of glass tower style condominiums as well as. It’s emerging character draws experimental eateries and a cutting-edge art scene. Often referenced as “the Miami of Boston,” it is one of Boston’s most expensive and trendy locales.


Situated along the harbor at the tip of South Boston, Seaport’s southwestern boundary is formed by Congress Street from Children’s Wharf Park to Massport Haul Road.


The professionals, creatives and families of Seaport live in one of the city’s most hip food and drink scenes. Upscale seafood, East-West fusion and small-plate gastropubs abound among the luxury high-rises and waterfront piers. The Institute of Contemporary Art / Boston routinely features groundbreaking exhibitions and performances, and the Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion frequently showcases well-known musical acts in the summer months. Notably, landscape architect James Corner, creator of Manhattan’s High Line, has been commissioned to design new outdoor spaces that will substantially enrich the ever-changing Seaport streetscape.

With beautifully executed cuisine, an unparalleled wine program, warm hospitality, and a glamorous setting, Menton seeks to excite, inspire, and transport guests. Pristine ingredients and refined technique are the basis for the seasonally inspired menus. A six-seat bar, with additional seating for ten at tables along a banquette, features expertly crafted cocktails and an approachable menu of comforting classics. Executive Wine Director Cat Silirie’s carefully curated wine list highlights small grower champagnes and rare vintages from lesser-known vineyards.

In addition to the dining room and bar, Menton boasts two private event spaces perfect for gathering with colleagues, friends, or family. The elegant Private Dining Room overlooking Congress Street seats up to 45, while the Chef’s Table, a room with panoramic views of the kitchen, seats up to 12.

354 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210


The concept of LoLa 42 is derived from LoLa 41, our sister restaurant in Nantucket Island. LoLa stands for longitude latitude and the number represents the parallel that each restaurant resides on. All aspects of our restaurants have been influenced from the countries and regions that these parallels cross through, from our decor and atmosphere, to our culinary delights and bar libations.

22 Liberty Drive, Boston, MA 02210


Bastille Kitchen is a contemporary French bistro in the heart of Boston’s Innovation District. Enjoy craft cocktails, a predominantly French wine list, and New England-centric beer selection at the long, quartz bar, in the spacious dining room or downstairs in Chalet, which offers an intimate lounge setting for an evening’s rendezvous.

49 Melcher St, Boston, MA 02210


These attributes struck a chord with Restaurateur Nancy Batista Caswell when she discovered 321 A St. Oak + Rowan, a 150-seat restaurant nestled in Boston’s historic Fort Point Channel, reminded Caswell of the lofty treetops and youthful excitement of a tree house.

321 A Street Fort Point, Boston, MA 02210


Awash in innovation, like the neighborhood they serve, The Envoy Hotel restos are buzzy and brilliant—one up, one down, fittingly christened Lookout and Outlook respectively. Lookout Rooftop outshines its entire class—overlooking the city, but not the defining details.

70 Sleeper Street, Boston MA 02210


Lolita is a bustling neighborhood cantina serving playfully authentic interpretations of traditional Mexican cuisine. The dramatic space is dark and rustic, loud with laughter and intimately lit by Murano glass chandeliers, custom stained glass and flickering candles.

253 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210


Welcome to the birthplace of Boston’s original tequila cantina, where families gather and friends celebrate! Temazcal Seaport is a true pioneer in the transformation of the Boston Seaport District. We planted our seed in the community, and with devotion, we have watched it grow.

250 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210


The desire for fresh food and great company always calls for a meeting – and Committee provides the perfect spot. Inspired by the modern day “cuzeri” found throughout Greece, Committee is the kind of vibrant welcoming place where the conversation flows, the shareable plates delight and satisfy and the creative cocktails keep the mood light and fun.

50 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210


A modern interpretation of the classic diner, Sportello (Italian for “counter service”) offers a menu of chef Barbara Lynch’s trattoria-inspired Italian dishes for lunch and dinner.

348 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210


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