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“The first venue of its kind where guests can experience multiple, branded beverage concepts collaborating under one roof”
From an oasis-themed garden to an underground rum dungeon with outdoor seating
“The team behind Krasi Meze & Wine have conjured a new realm inspired the Greek goddess of magic”
“It’s not just a list of what’s there, but also an investigation of how the ingredients are modifying the base spirit, and what dimensions of base flavor, texture or aroma they’re contributing to create the overall balance in the drink.”
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“It just seemed like the right time to find some partners and create one that showcased the Boston hospitality industry. It’s grown to encompass a little bit more of New England, so we try to do outreach and work with bartenders in all of the other New England states.”
Pore through the pages of any cocktail history tome and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a distinctive contribution to the art that is Boston’s and Boston’s alone. The Ward 8, however, is a drink that did originate here, specifically at the long-gone Locke-Ober restaurant on Winter Place (in the spot currently known as Yvonne’s).
Jimmy’s, which first opened as the Liberty Cafe and was eventually renamed after its owner, had little competition until 1963, when Anthony’s Pier 4 was opened by restaurateur Anthony Athanas.