Welcome to Boston, and if you’re reading this I know that you’re looking for something fun to do. Boston has a great nightlife and you can dance the night away with friends in this vibrant city. There are many good restaurants to keep your stomachs full, as well as plenty of pubs and nightclubs. In this article, we are going to look at some of the best places to eat in Boston on a night out with entertainment.
Alcove – West End
This is the perfect cocktail bar, owned by Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli. It has a stellar drink list and a menu that will leave you wanting more. Some of the foods on the menu include prosciutto with fried dough, crispy head-on shrimp with kaffir lime aioli, and radiatori with braised duck and collard greens. I can bet that you’re already mouthwatering.
Rebel Rebel Union Square – Bow Market
This is the perfect joint for obscure natural wines at great prices and displayed prominently. The place is owned by Laurel Friel, wine consultant who also has weekly Natural Wine 101 classes. This is more of a wine joint than an eating joint, but there are many food vendors in Bow Market.
Bar Lyon – South End
Just like the name suggests, this place offers Lyonnaise cuisine in the busy South End intersection.The décor of the restaurant resounds with classic Eastern France bouchons, and the price of the food and plate sizes are moderate. Click here to get more about Bar Lyon.
Shore Leave – South End
This is an underground bar with a moody beach bar décor consisting of bamboo wall trim, wooden shingles, palm fronds wallpaper. They offer assorted cocktailssuch as the Air-Conditioned Eden, and the namesake cocktail, which you get to drink in ceramic skulls and coconuts. Their food ispupu platter-inspired.
Kamakura – Downtown Crossing
This restaurant offers the Kaiseki cuisine, a Japanese cuisine whereby many different courses of meals are served on small plates. Some of the foods offered at Kamakura include seasonal sashimi, fig tempura, and Jonah crab shinjo. You also have the option of an a la carte menu, tasting menu, or the 12-course Kaiseki menu.
Some of the clubs that you can visit while in Boston include:
Royale – Theater District
This is the perfect place to dance the weekend away in a huge space complete with a grand stage, an elegant marble foyer, seating nooks that are cushy, great sounds, and a festive light show, among other things.
Icon Nightclub – Theater District
This place has more than 7,000 squarefeet of space to enjoy the booming Latin, house, and hip hop music. Get more about community centers in Boston on www.boston.gov/community-centers
Good Life – Downtown
This is a club that brings you many different scenes with the option to hang out upstairs or on the lounge, each with a different type of music.
Middlesex Lounge – Central Sq.
Listen to the DJ play vintage hip-hop, classic electro, and underground dance music.
Boston has a lot to offer in terms of food and entertainment and you could almost get spoiled for choice. The places that we have mentioned above are some of the ones you could try out, and please let us know how it goes.