Located in the historic Board of Trade Building, Bostonia Public House is all about balance –it’s polished yet playful, rustic yet refined; even its location – adjacent to Faneuil Hall and the Rose Kennedy Greenway – bridges the classic and contemporary.
Bostonians on their way home from work in the Financial District or tourists fresh from a visit to the nearby New England Aquarium can get comfortable in the expansive dining room. The venue integrates rustic elements with polished modern accents. Iconic architecture, raw building materials and vintage finishes are juxtaposed and flattered by distinctive lighting, glossy brick treatments and marble flooring. The cognac and coffee tones exude a casual elegance and foster a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The exposed kitchen and long walnut bar deliver an experience that’s both cozy and convivial.
Open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and late night, and for brunch on weekends, Bostonia Public House serves classic New England fare (think: Boston baked beans or lobster rolls) updated with modern twists and sensibilities. A thoughtful selection of wine, beer and cocktails complements the farm-to-table, sustainably-sourced cuisine. With its spacious downstairs bar, intimate upstairs bar, dining room, communal tables, private dining and event spaces, the restaurant strikes just the right balance with a sensible mix of sociability and sophistication