Are you tired of the same old dining experience? Boston is more than baked beans and seafood. If you are looking for something fun and out of the box, check out these restaurants that push the boundaries when you sit down to enjoy their food and drinks.
If you’re a beer connoisseur, then the idea of cracking open a bottle might be a little boring. At Hopsters, you can register for a three-hour class and craft your own beer. That means you get to mix and measure all the hops and malt to your heart’s content, BUT you will have to let your beer ferment for about two weeks before enjoying it. If you would rather eat than brew, Hopsters has pizza, sandwiches, and beers on tap.
WINK & NOD
Every six weeks, the culinary offerings change at this spot, so you might be in for some pleasantly tasty surprises. Wink & Nod calls it their “culinary incubator” program. This is the top spot for young chefs to set up a temporary kitchen, and they have featured everything from Indian fare to modern Greek cuisine. You can check their website to see which chef is occupying the kitchen.
TOP OF THE HUB
It may be the most touristy of all the restaurants, but you can’t beat the views from the Top of the Hub. You can dine on the 52nd floor of the Prudential Building and take in a breathtaking 360-degree view of Boston. Plus, you can enjoy live jazz and upscale American cuisine to make it an evening to remember.
LIQUID ART HOUSE
Do you want to surround yourself with eclectic art while dining? Head over to Liquid Art House. This establishment is a concept that merges an art gallery and a restaurant. They serve international cuisine with a rotating selection of art pieces. See something you like? Everything from your dinner plate to the chandelier is for sale!
Do you want an experience that’s designed just for you? Grab a spot at Drink. This establishment shines in its cocktail department and stands out from the crowd because it has no set menu. A mixologist will hear your likes and dislikes to create a drink just for you. You can also enjoy some of its highly rated food, especially its Wagyu burger, which has been voted one of the best burgers in town.
If you’re looking for a true culinary adventure, grab a ticket for Tasting Counter. The nine-course meal is full of unique food combinations. There’s room for just 20 people at the counter as the food is prepared right in front of patrons. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
If you’re looking satisfy more than just your hunger, head out and try these restaurants in the Boston area for a truly unique dining experience.