Boston Seaport stands out on its own as a unique and exciting neighborhood of entrepreneurs, artists and innovators of all classes, exuding a kind of charm that you simply cannot get anywhere else.

Whether you are visiting Boston on your own personal vacation or you are in the city for business, Boston Seaport should definitely be on your itinerary, because this is the most perfect springboard for your modern Boston experience. Get a Water Taxi and enjoy the views afforded by the harbor – the starting point of your adventure toward the heart of this quaint district.

At the central artery of the Boston Seaport is The Envoy Hotel and at the heart of its dining experience, the one of a kind Outlook Kitchen. The ‘brother’ if you will, of the neighborhood hangout, the Lookout Rooftop Bar, the Outlook Kitchen drives with a kind of culinary energy that will make dedicated foodies say “wow!” and with menus constantly being innovated to suit the season and the ever-changing sensibilities of the high stakes culinary world, the Outlook Kitchen gives guests a pulse of what’s happening in modern American cuisine itself – but with absolute local flair.

The Outlook Kitchen features Progressive/Creative American, New England cuisines, and never rests on its laurels. Constantly challenging itself to give more to its guests, the Outlook Kitchen is now featuring exciting new fall/winter menus fit for kings and queens.

Wake up to a glorious morning not just with a great cup of coffee, but with exciting fares like Lobster Benedict (butter poached Maine lobster, spinach, poached eggs, hollandaise), Chilaquile Verdes (sunny egg, queso fresco, avocado, pickled onions, with the option to add braised chicken), Atlantic Smoked Salmon (toasted bagel, cream cheese, capers, tomatoes, red onions, and hard boiled egg), and Chocolate Croissant.

For lunch, the winter/fall menu is decidedly flavorful and healthy, with a complete balance of complex carbohydrates and high quality proteins. For big eaters, you have the option of Bay of Fundy Salmon, Maine Family Farms Chicken, and Pineland Farms Flatiron Steak.

The restaurant’s award-winning array of wonderful sandwiches and flatbreads now include the butternut and sage flatbread, salumit flatbread, Cuban sliders (smoked  ham, braised pork, gruyere, Jalapeno, mustard, and Hawaiian sweet rolls), House Roasted Turkey Melt (aged cheddar, Anjou pear, Applewood smoked bacon, arugula, sage aioli, and multigrain bread).

And finally for dinner, you can feast your senses and palettes with Executive Chef Tatiana’s smoked mushroom risotto (crispy egg and grana padano), duo of Maine Family Farms Chicken (roasted breast, confit croquette, heirloom carrots, za’atar spice, and apple –frisee salad), orzo paella de marisco, and Seared George’s Bank Scallops –  now made even better with warmed winter greens, wild rice, milk braised celery root, and fall fruit butter.

One of the things that you will immediately notice when you are dining at the Outlook Kitchen is the balance of it all: heavy proteins, flavorful flatbreads, salads, and more. There’s never an excess of any ingredient anywhere, but always a hearty and insightful exploration of quaint and interesting flavors at every turn.

So be sure to make a reservation and come visit us this weekend for an exciting, delicious dinner experience.