This wildly popular Italian restaurant serves up fresh pasta and traditional Italian dishes. Enjoy bread crafted daily in their artisan bakery and desserts created by master pastry chefs. This spacious restaurant is 14,000 square feet with wood accents and crisp white tablecloths and located on on the second floor of the One Seaport development (64 Seaport Blvd.).II Giardino Seaport is open to all ages and in the event of rain, all seating will be beneath the tent. To learn more, visit here!
Woods Hill Pier 4
Chef Charlie provides Woods Hill Pier 4 guests with food that is both flavorful and sustainable. All elements of the restaurant demonstrate the high quality that can only be achieved through complete dedication to both craft and thoughtful sourcing. Woods Hill Pier 4 joins the restaurant family of Woods Hill Table and its sibling Mexican concept, Adelita, in Concord, MA. Stunning views – and an amazing outdoor patio!
The Nautilus Pier 4
The Nautilus Pier 4 – new restaurant located at 300 Pier 4 Boulevard – is the sister restaurant to Nautilus in Nantucket and features a globally inspired seafood menu. The nearly 5,000 square-foot restaurant features an outdoor patio with incredible water views and gorgeous modern nautical decor. You can learn more here!
Cisco Brewers Seaport Beer Garden
For a fourth year in a row, the wildly popular Nantucket brewer has opened! Cisco Brewers Seaport Beer Garden – the14,000 sq. ft. outdoor beer garden – showcases Cisco Brewers’ extensive portfolio of beers, including favorites like Whale’s Tale Pale Ale, Grey Lady Wheat Ale, Wandering Haze Hazy IPA and its seasonal Summer Rays Golden Ale, as well as hard ciders, wines, frosé and coolers. On draft throughout the summer, Cisco will be serving up a series of refreshing small batch brews, like a Mango Hazy IPA, and a Session Peach IPA – available only at the beer garden. Beginning Memorial Day Weekend, Cisco Brewers will serve its new Cisco Hard Tea. New this year is a menu by local restaurant Rexicana Surf Cantina which will offer Caribbean and Central American influenced cuisine!
Deck 12 & Komyuniti at YOTEL Boston
Located at YOTEL Boston, Komyuniti offers ground level al fresco dining while Deck 12 is YOTEL’s inside dining with floor-to-ceiling windows and open air rooftop space perched above the city with stunning views of Boston’s downtown and waterfront. Both restaurants serve a rotating series of seasonal dishes and craft cocktails for dinner daily in addition to Friday, Saturday, and Sunday brunch. Guests can indulge in a menu featuring Caribbean Nachos, a selection of five different taco dishes, decadent sandwiches and refreshing cocktails like the Gettin’ Tiki With It and Slush Du Jour. Additionally taking place this June, Twin Lion Co, a women’s activewear brand, will be hosting a retail pop-up on YOTEL Boston’s Deck 12 space, where visitors can sip and shop.
This Asian-inspired restaurant and lounge is over 14,000 square feet and could easily pass as an Epcot Center stop. Empire is divided into nine different rooms with details like plush fabric, gilded accents, rich woods, and gorgeous colors. The menu featured such classic Asian delights as rangoons, spring rolls, pot stickers and pad thai. Give one of their Crouching Tiger or Hidden Dragon, fruity concoctions of rum or vodka that serves four.
Eat, drink and be merry! Committee – 50 Northern Ave. – has opened its doors for lunch and dinner and promises to be summer hot spot on the ever-growing Southie waterfront! George Aboujaoude (Cafeteria and Bijou Nightclub) and Demetri Tsolakis have created a 230 seat restaurant with a Mediterranean-inspired menu featuring small plates both hot and cold. Also on the menu are various Greek wines, hand-crafted cocktails and tiki drinks available by the pitcher. You can enjoy those delicious beverages on their spacious patio! In addition to the patio, there is also seating at the bar, communal high tops, a lounge area and private dining rooms. Committee also has tall banquettes make from reclaimed wood from Anthony’s Pier Four!
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse located in the Seaport features handmade pasta, perfectly cooked steaks and fresh seafood, expertly prepared using the finest ingredients. The white tablecloths of our spacious and elegant dining room serve as the perfect stage for Davio’s signature prime aged steaks, seasonal cocktails and much more. Additional theatrical flair is provided by our lively, open kitchen layout with the views of the Boston Harbor offering the perfect backdrop to your dining experience. Attention to detail and attentiveness to your needs is evident in everything we do.
Bring out your inner-Soprano at Strega Waterfront. The opulent decor and lively atmosphere adds to the feeling that it could have been as a set on the HBO Emmy Award Winning series. Feast on large portions of eggplant rollatini, veal marsala and lobster ravioli. Treat yourself to a champagne cocktail and watch the boats sail by at the harbor view patio.
Located in the heart of the South Boston Waterfront, Gather is one of Southie’s hot spots for drinks and apps. Gather serves up lunch, dinner, and a Sunday Brunch. Directly connected to District Hall – a dedicated civic space where the innovation community can create and exchange ideas, Gather’s vibe is sleek and modern.
This is THE place to see and be seen in the summer! The Envoy hotel is a modern building, radiating light and glass and its crowning glory is the Rooftop Bar. The panoramic views of the Boston skyline and Boston Harbor are unmatched in this neighborhood! The uniquely-shaped bar is complemented by intimate seating groups and glowing fire pits. The covered seating areas have built-in ceiling mounted heaters for cool evenings. Enjoy house made craft cocktails, both the micro brews and wine by the glass – they also have a great bar menu. Reservations: Highly recommended, but not required. First come, first serve.
If you’ve been to Nantucket, most likely you’ve been to the wildly popular Lola 41, well, how lucky are we? Southie welcomes its new sister restaurant Lola 42 in the Seaport District! This new bistro and sushi bar just opened its doors at 22 Liberty Drive will feature an eclectic menu with such items as Japanese izakaya snacks and sushi, seafood, burgers, bolognese and more! The 80 seat restaurant hopes to open a new 40 seat- patio just in time for the warm weather! Lola 42 also features a fun cocktail menu with martinis, wine, beer and sake! Lola will open at 5 p.m. nightly. To check out their menu visit here!
The Barking Crab
The Barking Crab It’s almost Tent Season! Order up some fried clams, crab cakes and some clam chowder! Don’t forget the Crabby Punch to wash it down! This original staple of the waterfront offers a cozy atmosphere and perfect view of the channel!
This swanky hot spot located at 100 Pier Four has some of the best steak and seafood around. Offering a supper club atmosphere, enjoy such classic as shrimp cocktail, lobster tails and filet mignon. Enjoy a cocktail at their lovely outdoor patio. Ocean Prime is open for lunch and dinner.
Mastro’s Ocean Club is luxury at its finest! This elegant steak house has nightly live entertainment and one of the best views of Boston Harbor in the Seaport! Feast on items like Shrimp Cocktail, Twin Lobster Tails, Filet Mignon, and Alaska King Crab Black Truffle Gnocchi! Don’t forget to save room for their famous Butter Cake!
One of the Seaport’s newest additions, Scorpion Bar features a Mexican inspired menu, lots of swanky cocktails, margaritas and scorpion bowls. We love the PuPu Platter composed of mini nachos, buffalo flats, quits, chicken empanadas, and classic Scorpion wings! It’s perfect for sharing!
Flight Club – a new social darts club – is now open in the Seaport at 60 Seaport Blvd. Flight Club offers a super-charged social gaming experience like no other, with multi-player games set in semi-private playing areas, housed in a bar, serving delicious food and amazing botanical-based cocktails. Sounds like fun!
During the week Flight Club features happy hour specials from 4:00pm-6:00pm. They are also open for lunch!
Kings Dining and Entertainment
The new Kings features 20,000 square feet of fun at 60 Seaport Boulevard complete with 16 lanes of big ball bowling, a “bar-Kade” filled with video games, pool tables, foosball a giant four-man air hockey table, shuffle board, and hoops! There’s also the Draft Room which features three giant TV screens and more than 40 beers on draft – perfect spot for watching the game. Kings offers a wide variety of beverages including an assortment of inventive specialty cocktails, 40 curated craft, local and guest-favorite beers on tap, and its signature “Big Ball” shareable cocktails. Family-friendly options include a variety of hand-spun milkshakes available in vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, peanut butter cup, or Oreo and ice cream floats available with root beer, cream soda, or orange soda. The menu is filled with classic American comfort foods like wing, burgers, tacos, and pizza, and signature appetizers like Buffalo Chicken Wantons and entrees like Nashville Hot Chicken with bacon creamed corn, mashed potatoes, honey griddled corn bread and house made pickles.
Established in 1950 by George Markowitz, the Legal Seafood restaurants don’t take their cuisine lightly, especially Legal Harborside, which serves up some of the freshest catches in the Seaport District. Picture this: three floors, three different concepts, and 20,000 square feet. Not too shabby, right? The first-floor consists of casual dining with delectable seafood entrees, an oyster bar and a market where you can purchase your favorite fishes to take home and serve up however you please (takeout is available too!). The first-floor menu even includes an “Ode to Inman Square” section, home of the original Legal Cash Market and Legal Seafood’s from 1904 to 1980. The second floor has finer, more expensive cuisine with a creative edge and also offers private dining for celebratory occasions. Finally, the third floor consists of a rooftop lounge with cocktails and nibbling treats to munch on while you enjoy the ocean view.
Temazcal Tequila Cantina
Temazcal Tequila Cantina spices up South Boston’s Seaport District with dishes like lobster guacamole, adobo braised short ribs, six varieties of tacos, and the scallops al pastor! The avant-garde of Mexican cuisine doesn’t stop there. Temazcal also has over 300 varieties of tequila for those of you who like to celebrate Cinco de Mayo 365 times a year. Take advantage of its spacious ocean-view bar. They also offer validated parking for each patron who uses VPNE parking, located at the front entrance of the restaurants.
Tony C’s Sports Bar
Maybe it’s the 30 artisan micro-brewed beers, the casual atmosphere, or the enthusiastic Boston sports fans that have made Tony C’s popularity explode in the Seaport District. Let’s not forget the famous Monster Wall, made of 32 46-inch plasma screen TVs with state-of-the-art surround sound. This mega sports bar serves up delicious contemporary American cuisine, including loaded nachos, mac and cheese, steak tips and more. With the summer heating up, customers can enjoy the outdoor patio, which seats up to 140 people, and take in the Boston Harbor view.
Del Frisco’s is one of the fine dining experiences on the Southie waterfront area. This top notch steak house has a gorgeous and spacious patio to enjoy a pre-meal cocktail…or two. Del Frisco has impressive circular bar and bartenders that mix up some unique concoctions along with classic martinis. Del Frisco’s will be serving lunch beginning in June. Perfect spot for special occasions and private dining rooms are available.
75 on Liberty Wharf
This cozy spot is located on Liberty Wharf and offers a casual but elegant spot on the water to enjoy such classics as fried calamari and crab cakes while you take in the amazing view of Boston Harbor. Another bonus? 75 on Liberty Wharf offers large heating lamps and a fire pit on their outdoor patio to keep you toasty when the crisp sea breeze comes blowing in.
Tamo Bar at the Seaport Hotel
Tamo has a zen-like vibe and the perfect spot to unwind after a busy work day! Stop by the newly expanded terrace for a bite to eat or enjoy a cocktail and people watch. Complete with a new outdoor bar and flatscreen television, Tamo is a refreshing alternative to a sports bar to watch a game. On Sundays, Tamo hosts Sunday Jazz Brunch on the Terrace! Brunch is available from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. and reservations are not necessary. Every Tuesday, enjoy live jazz music by the Lance Houston and his talented jazz quartet.