Beacon Hill restaurants
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"The 21st Amendment has served as Beacon Hills' meeting spot for neighborhood friends and family for as long as most can remember.
To those who live beyond Beacon Hills' narrow, cobblestone streets, the 21st Amendment is known as the historic area's quintessential neighborhood hang out." 150 Bowdoin St.
"75 Chestnut offers New American Contemporary cuisine served in a truly captivating setting. The restaurant's bistro-like interior, detailed with burnished mahogany, is warmed by its cozy and friendly ambiance. Etchings and oils of old Beacon Hill add a touch of sophistication to this romantic restaurant and bar. One of Boston's DiRoNA award winners - recognizing restaurants that exemplify the highest quality standards in all aspects of the dining experience. Zagat describes 75 Chestnut as 'sultry, sexy and all around fabulous'. Dinner is served nightly from 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Full Service Bar opens daily at 5:00 p.m. Saturday Lunch available from 12 Noon – 3 p.m. Sunday Brunch available 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (September–June) Reservations recommended."
75 Chestnut St.
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"While breakfast and lunch have an American/International flavor, at dinner the accent is decidedly French. Our Executive Chef, Benjamin S. Knack, crafts menus calling on modern French bistro cuisine, with a special emphasis on fish dishes.
The Bistro also serves late-night dinners until 11:00 p.m. for the after-theatre, symphony, and film crowd.
20 Charles St.
Italian food. "Decadent Cuisine. Subterranean Setting."
37 Bowdoin St.
"Nestled between Beacon Hill and Mass General Hospital, the Gardens attracts a diverse crowd. At night, the dining room glows with candlelight and other romantic touches, while the large bar hosts a renowned singles scene. Friendly bartenders, a good selection of draft beers and an extensive, inventive drink menu add to the appeal."
316 Cambridge St.
"At Lala Rokh on Beacon Hill, the only Eastern Mediterranean restaurant of its kind, we use ingredients, staples of our parent's from native Azerbaijan in northwest Iran, to recreate the home style Persian cuisine we grew up with."
97 Mt. Vernon St.
Located in the XV Hotel, specializes in (surprise) steak. Brunch on Saturday and Sunday.
15 Beacon St.
"Classic European country cuisine."
9 Park St.
"The Paramount specializes in made to order cuisine, so grab a tray and experience our unique open, cafeteria style kitchen for breakfast and lunch and see the cooks work their magic. In the evening, The Paramount is transformed. Dimming the lights, and turning up the jazz, our wait staff serve you at one of Beacon Hill’s best dinner spots. A simple but fun wine list and dessert menu enhances your experience."
44 Charles St.
"Scollay Square is an era specific restaurant based on the history of Beacon Hill and Boston in its early glory days. This era conjured up thoughts of good times, warm friendships, high spirits and lots of fun. ... Scollay Square is a warm inviting environment targeting a menu range of $12-$24 where one could enjoy a Pan Seared Filet Mignon with oven roasted asparagus and crispy potato cake, while savoring a glass of Lalonic Zinfandel; or skillet roasted Mussels with an ice cold Sam Adams. Being seen at the bar will be many guests from Tom Menino to Joe Average, we will cater to all."
Sunday brunch, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
21 Beacon St.
"Lavender sheers softly filter sun and city light through floor-to-ceiling windows as guests enjoy Chef Gabriel Frasca's Romance-language influenced cuisine. Combining flavors from France, Italy, Spain and Portugal with seasonal New England ingredients, Frasca’s menu is "enthralling enough to turn an indifferent eater into a zealot," acclaimed by the Boston Globe."
Nine Zero Hotel.
90 Tremont St.
20 Charles St. (Beacon Hill)
286 Harvard St (Brookline)
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