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1236 Dorchester Ave, Boston, MA
617.265.4490   |  website
  • Neighborhood: Dorchester-Mattapan
  • Directions: Red Line to Savin Hill at East Street
  • Hours: Mon-Wed 5 pm-midnight, Thurs-Sat 5 pm-2 am, Sun 11 am-9 pm
This classy restaurant moonlights as a bar and nightclub, catering to all walks of life. Try the espresso martini, the mango lassi, or any of the 200 bottle wines on hand. Every Tues at 9 pm, the club hosts “a video music extravaganza” of campy showtune singalongs. On Thurs, bring your iPod loaded with a labeled playlist for the chance to be DJ for the night. DJs spin until 2 am on Fri and Sat. Kitchen open until 10 pm.
Insider's Tip: Taking his inspiration from a Puerto Rican cordial, owner Brian Piccini grinds and ferments raw pistachio nuts to create a homemade liqueur that is the foundation for the Pistachio Ponche ($8). It may be an arduous task, but this labor of love results in a nutty smoothness. Shaken with vanilla vodka, a Dutch-chocolate liqueur, and a splash of amaretto, this Ponche packs the sweetest punch in town.
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