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250 Franklin Street, Boston, MA 02110 (Downtown) | (617) 956-8765

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    A lively nightclub right below Howl at the Moon. A live DJ plays the most popular hits Thursday, Friday & Saturday!


Sunday: Closed

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 4pm – 12am

Wednesday: 4pm – 12am

Thursday: 4pm – 12am

Friday: 4pm – 1am

Saturday: 4pm – 1am


Scenes: Lounge, Hotel Bar, Live Music, After Work, Restaurant

Cuisines: American, Seafood, Late Night, Farm to Table

Music: Dining Music, Live Bands, Top 40

Crowd: 25+, Upscale Crowd, Professionals

Best Drinks: Martinis, Wine Selection

Dancing: Sometimes

Highlights: VIP, Live Performances, Atmosphere (upbeat)

Avg. Entree: $21 - $30


Dress Code: Smart Casual.

Signature Drinks: Sip on one of BOND's most distinctive cocktails.

Ambience: Stylish metropolitan vibe.

Coat Check: Select months.

Other Features Include: Reservations, Private Events

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