This French/Italian restaurant, located in the shadow of the State House, has become one of Boston's hottest eateries since its opening in 1998. The ... More
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This French/Italian restaurant, located in the shadow of the State House, has become one of Boston's hottest eateries since its opening in 1998. The dark and cool interior has cherry wood and indigo walls for a modern, elegant feel. The menu blends European influences and New England ingredients. Appetizers include foie gras ravioli served with quince and parsnips. Crispy duck served with black figs and mustard slaw is amazing. Desserts are superb. Try the Vanilla Bread Pudding or Sweet Potato Pithivier.
The food was excellent and well prepared and the service was terrific. However, I ordered the "whole" stuff quail, which for $23 was way overpriced. It was literally two bites. The quail was the size of a chicken wing. It is a good thing I did not get the half quail. This should be an appetizer at best. I left hungry after spending $200 for 3 people.
I have eaten in the rest. several times, and find the food unbelievable. The menu is outstanding and the specials are A+++++. The service is professional and staff caring and thoughtful. Thank you all for an outstanding experience!!!!
The Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel is located in Boston's historic Back Bay, four miles from Logan Airport, and less
than a mile from Copley Place, Prudential Tower, Hynes Convention Center, and Fenway Park. The hotel is two miles ...
This landmark, located in Faneuil Hall Marketplace, is the place to go for traditional New England fare. Pot roast, prime
rib and Indian pudding (a delicious concoction made from molasses and cornmeal and topped with a dollop of vanilla ...
Housed within a renovated 19th century building, Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square is across from Copley Place Mall and
approximately five miles from Logan International Airport. This location is also across from the Prudential Center and Boston Public ...