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Social in the Seaport
Summer is right around the corner and no neighborhood does summer better than the Seaport. Home to Boston’s trendiest indoor and outdoor watering holes, the Seaport is a great place to spend your summer nights. Whether you are watching the sunset over dinner with old friends or meeting up with new friends for cocktails these Seaport staples are sure to provide the perfect setting for a memorable evening.
Originating in Cambridge, Legal Sea Foods is no stranger to any Bostonian. Legal Harborside may share the same name as the ultra-successful seafood chain, but the similarities stop there. Legal Harborside boasts 3 dining levels with three unique menus and décor. The first and second level are perfect settings for lunch or dinner, the third level, however, is what sets Legal Harborside apart.
Legal Harborside’s top floor is a roof deck lounge that offers unobstructed panoramic views of Boston Harbor and the Financial District’s skyline. The rooftop lounge has a full bar along with its own menu consisting of shared plates and sushi. Legal Harborside’s roof is the perfect place to impress out-of-towners and Bostonians alike.
When it comes to upscale Asian cuisine in the Seaport, Empire is the place to go. Upon walking through the front doors of Empire guests are instantly teleported to a different continent. Like the décor, the menu ranges from traditional to contemporary. Empire’s impressive 14,000 square feet of space is divided into the 9 rooms, each with a style all their own. Whether you are searching for dinner or just drinks, Empire has you covered.
Fort Point in home to Drink, a bar that believes every unique human being deserves a unique cocktail. Lacking any sort of menu, bartenders at Drink craft a distinct cocktail for every patron depending on that person’s favorite flavors and tastes. This alone sets Drink apart from other bars in the area and is the perfect ice breaker when meeting new friends. Make sure you get there early, Drink has become quite popular and can be a bit crowded on the weekends.
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