The Beehive is an underground Bohemian eatery & bar featuring fabulous cuisine, libations, artwork and world class live music nightly. Nestled below ... More
The Beehive is an underground Bohemian eatery & bar featuring fabulous cuisine, libations, artwork and world class live music nightly. Nestled below the Boston Center for the Art's historic Cyclorama in Boston's South End, The Beehive serves the eclectic fare of Chef Rebecca Newell - rustic comfort food infused with American, European, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern influences. Open for dinner seven days a week, weekend jazz brunch, and with cocktails and live entertainment available nightly until 2:00 am. The Beehive is the perfect location for after-work cocktails, dinner, live music, special events and more. Come to taste the cuisine, come to view the art, come to hear the music or simply come to share in the merriment. The Beehive accepts reservations for full dinner. For appetizers and drinks please join us at either of our 2 bars.
I have never eaten here but the one negative comment on here seems to match what I witnessed on Chopped on the Food Network. The worker bees as he calls them probably learned from their big nasty b*tch of a Queen Bee, she is the rudest person I have ever seen on Chopped! Its ok to be a little cocky but when the judges look like they want to hit you, you should shut up!!!! Maybe she should invest in some technique and etiquette class with that 10,000 dollars she won!
Have been to the 'Hive' several times. Part of what the Bee Hive is about is the live music.And never a cover charge ! It varies daily from jazz to blues to funk to eclectic/avante guarde giving it a broad appeal. The New Orleans/grotto atmosphere is a relief from the Irish pub saturated Boston. The menu has a southern bent with yummy shrimp and grits,great burgers,steamed mussells, salads etc.
Cool place, people, music, unique atmosphere, creative food, check it out!!
The first time I went to the beehive it was a lot of fun. It is a great place to bring a friend from out of town or someone that hasn’t been there before. But after the second time it is just old news. I do love the bar and bar tenders. They really need to work on the menu. Changing it up once in awhile would be nice. I hear the best dish pyaya, though I never had it. The food is ok. They need a chef that has some creative ideas. Have cocktails there and then go eat at Sibling Rivalry or Franklin Cafe.
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