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417 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 (Beacon Hill) | (617) 482-1728

Open Today: Open

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  • Orpheum Theatre Boston

    .0m away

    The Orpheum was built on the site of the Boston Music Hall in 1852. In 1900 the building was nearly gutted and rebuilt within the old walls for conversion into a vaudeville theatre. It reopened on February 12, 1905 as the Empire Theatre. When Percy Williams took over the theatre on September 3, 1906 it was renamed the Orpheum. It was then sold to Marcus Loew in 1910. Loew bought additional land and hired architect Thomas Lamb to design a new theatre. The new theatre was designed in the Adam style with expanded capacity. The proscenium arch was made of golden hued glass and illuminated from behind. In January 1916 the theatre reopened hosting a combination of vaudeville and film. Vaudeville was replaced in the 1930’s with first-run double features. In 1965 film distributors dropped the exclusive first run policy for downtown theatres. This was a tough time for the Orpheum because it then had to compete with nearby theatres for first-run films. Loew’s abandoned the Orpheum Theatre on January 18, 1972. It was renamed the Aquarius and was once again a home for live performances. In May of 1974, Sarah Caldwell moved the Opera Company in and renamed it the Orpheum. The Washington Street entrance no longer exists. It now plays host to a succession of Live Performances booked by companies such as Tea Party Concerts and Live Nation.

  • Yvonne’s Boston

    .1m away

    Yvonne’s is a modern reinterpretation of the supper club – a place that effortlessly flows from dinner and drinks to lounging and revelry, where every visit offers an ever-evolving experience that lets the night take the lead. With it comes an entirely new social experience blending cosmopolitan cuisine with high-touch service in impossibly chic surroundings. A bastion of Boston’s dining scene for more than a century, Locke-Ober opened its doors in 1862 as a small cellar café run by Luis Ober. For years, Ober oversaw the Winter Place address and, with the help of a wealthy investor, renovated the space into the structure that still stands today. The landmark restaurant was known for its elite clientele, paramount discretion, globe-trotting food and wild parties – all elements Yvonne’s maintains today.

  • SideBar Food & Spirits Boston

    .1m away

    $3 16oz Budweiser and Bud Light drafts | Weekly Food Specials SundayTicket, every game, every week, in HD. Whether you're looking for great food & beer with great prices, or arcade games to compliment your cocktail; SideBar's warm and friendly environment is great for everyone. The menu offers a wide variety of appetizers, sandwiches, wraps, burgers, and handmade brick oven pizzas while also providing dietary conscious and vegetarian items. SideBar offers packages for special private events. Featuring 2 bars, comfortable seating and walls covered with HDTV's, SideBar's the perfect place to hang out watch the big game.

  • Marliave Boston

    .1m away

    Henry Marliave, a French immigrant from Paris, arrived in Boston with a collection of recipes and the dream of finding success in the United States. Henry Marliave achieved his American dream by opening his namesake: Restaurant Marliave at 10 Bosworth Street in 1885. The Boston dining landmark has been reopened by Grotto chef/owner, Scott Herrit.

  • Mojitos Latin Lounge Boston

    .1m away

    Mojitos opened its doors in August of 2005 and immediately became downtown Boston’s #1 choice for Latin entertainment. Mojitos has maintained this status due to a relentless commitment to providing a consistent experience in a unique setting, our friendly attitude-free atmosphere and the enduring loyalty of our clientele. There are many others who have tried to duplicate the “Mojitos Experience” but none have succeeded. Mojitos is located in Boston’s historic downtown area; steps away from Boston Common and a short walk from Newbury Street. Parking is available at the Lafayette Garage for $10 with a Mojitos parking validation stamp. All four lines of the MBTA stop in the area; the Park Street and Downtown crossing stops are within a block.


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Tuesday: Open

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Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open


Cuisines: Asian, Thai

Scenes: Restaurant

Avg. Entree: $10 - $15


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