Stay Cozy at Boston’s New Rooftop ‘Igloo’ Bar

Feb 7, 2017: Find drinks with a view—even in the depths of winter.

The Envoy has transformed their revered Lookout Rooftop & Bar into a winter destination with a pop-up igloo bar! Guests will be able to take in the breathtaking Boston skyline and harbor rooftop views in the comfort of these six, heated igloos. Provided branded, fleece blankets to up the cozy ante and guests need only press a button for drinks, which will light up their igloo and notify a cocktail server. Seating up to eight guests each, entire igloos can be reserved for private events, otherwise, they are first come, first served and open Thursday – Saturday, 4pm – 10pm through April 15th.

The Improper Bostonian – Stand the Heat

December 9, 2016: Head into the kitchen for the ultimate in fine dining.

Soundtracks to kitchens in even the finest dining establishments can be a cacophony of controlled chaos: pots clanging onto the range, meat sizzling in oil, flames shooting up around the edges of pans, shouts of “Yes, chef!” as orders are placed. But instead of keeping the scene hidden behind closed doors, a number of restaurants around the city invite guests to dine mere feet away from the action. For those celebrating a special occasion, the chef’s table is now an option to rival the quiet candlelit corner, and while custom touches can range from menu personalization to tabletop decor, what really helps diners stand the heat in the kitchen is the personal attention from the chefs themselves.

OpenTable – Top Boston Rooftop Bars: Where to Sip + Soak in the City Skyline

October 19, 2016: Lookout Rooftop + Bar at the Envoy Hotel

Lookout may be perched high above Boston’s hottest neighborhood for nightlife, but if you don’t line up by about 4PM in the afternoon the line may snake around the block for the stunning Seaport views at this trendy newcomer. Head bartender Michael Ray works together with Beantown brewery Harpoon and local spirit makers like GrandTen for WireWorks gin and Bully Boy for rum, vodka, and whiskey to craft artisanal cocktails. The latest seasonal hit — the Rum for Your Life, with pineapple, lime, and simple syrup — celebrates the last blast of Indian summer. Views through modern glass walls offer a prime panorama of the city skyline and Boston Harbor. Post-game with noshes like tuna poke, flatbreads, and locally caught scallops from chef du cuisine Tatiana Rosana at Outlook Kitchen and Bar, also at Envoy Hotel. Make a reservation at Outlook Kitchen and Bar.

Eat, Drink, Lucky – Tuesday, October 18

Eat – Tis the season for new menus and Outlook Kitchen and Bar has one. Their fall dinner menu has starters and small plates as well as a plethora of entrees from chef Tatiana Rosana. Try the bacalao croquettes with saffron aioli and friend basil and the Kurobuta pork chop with couscous and apricot.

Destiny Sibert
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