First Press News Spirits Vol. 25 No. 03

Boston Harbor Hotel Continues to Reemerge


Despite the pandemic, the latest edition of the Boston Wine Festival at the Boston Harbor Hotel was a huge success.

As their latest encore, the Hotel is reopening its popular Rowes Wharf Bar on weekends from 4 until 10 PM.

The Rowes Wharf Bar

Named one of the top 45 hotel bars in the world by Forbes Travel Guide, the Rowes Wharf Bar has long been known both for its creative cocktails (many of which include items from the city’s most extensive selection of fine scotches) and delicious food (which comes courtesy of master Chef Daniel Bruce, who was featured in a Chef Chat© interview in February of 2021.)

Among Chef Bruce’s reopening repasts are Maine lobster crostini, maple and chili wings, and a locally-sourced cheese and charcuterie board, any of which can be accompanied by such made-to-order mixes as rum punch, a gin fizz, or mint julep, all of which are made with fresh fruits, herbs, and botanicals.

Downtown Boston is still emerging from the pandemic, but the Rowes Wharf Bar is a great (and safe) place to get reacquainted.

Matt Robinson has been writing about food (and various other passions and interests) for nearly 20 years. His work has appeared in over 120 international publications, including AAA Horizons, Billboard, Boston Magazine, The Boston Red Sox, Business Traveler, The Dallas Observer, Entrepreneur, The Forward, JazzUSA, Luxury Web, Music Dish, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Rolling Stone, and Where. His restaurant reviews and “Chef Chat” interview columns have appeared all over the world.

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