Being a new Bostonian resident means there's always an excuse to try a new restaurant or bar. This weekend I ventured to the Seaport District with a friend where we had an amazing experience and lots of fun.
It reminds me a lot of a NYC bar where you walk downstairs into a dimly lit area with exposed brick and Edison light bulbs hanging from the ceiling. The wooden bar wraps around the rectangular room where you are seated.
You tell the bartender what types of ingredients and alcohol you like, and they make something especially for you. There is no drink menu at all (besides a list of wine and beers) which makes it so fun. It is very similar to Death & Co. in the East Village and I'm so glad to have a new neighborhood favorite.
My poor bartender had to deal with my indecisive order that consisted of, "I like St. Germaine, cinnamon, and egg white foam". He pleasantly surprised me with a wonderful tasting winter concoction. The second drink (pictured here) was really a snazzy beach drink with umbrellas and curly straws to boot (not pictured here is the flaming chartreuse in the middle of the hollowed out orange).