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25 Charles St Boston, MA 02114
25 Charles StUSMABoston02114
(617) 723-7575beaconhillhotel.com
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Intimate choice in a historic neighborhood with boutique amenities, upscale dining & a roof terrace.- Google
People talk about boston boston, steak frites, john hancock tower, chef jason and brick sidewalks
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Aaron Roydhouse
reviewed 2 months ago
Nice venue but very disorganized service. Took over an hour to get any food and we had a booking.
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Caitlin McGlynn
reviewed a year ago
The location and interior is unbelievable but the service and food is subpar. BHB is the type of place I want to love. Unbelievable location, french bistro feel, chic tiny bar but I find their food and service lacking. It takes forever to get service during brunch even when it's not crowded. They get your order wrong and are not super accommodating with changes. The food is good but nothing spectacular. For these prices, I expect better.
C Galli
reviewed 3 years ago
Absolutely flawless brunch. The menu is small, but diverse, without getting too crazy with any sort of fusion dishes. My girlfriend and I split the following: Muesli: Delicious. Not too sweet muesli base with cooked cinnamon apples, figs, and I believe some pears. Topped with fresh strawberries and a very high quality low-fat yoghurt. French Toast: Phenomenal. Pullman loaf cooked PERFECTLY so that the outside is browned and the inside is set up like a custard. Topped with cooked cinnamon apples and spiced creme fraiche and light amber maple syrup on the side. Mushroom Omelette: Again, perfect. Eggs cooked perfectly and mushrooms not soggy. Served with french fries. One of those rare places that decides to cook a limited number of things, but cooks them flawlessly. All the above food cost $40 in total. GO THERE.
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Sara Steele-Rogers
reviewed a year ago
The Beacon Hill Bistro's bar is by far one of my favorite neighborhood spots in Beacon Hill. It's small (maybe only 6 seats at the bar with a few surrounding tables?) so you gotta go pretty early/pretty late or feel comfortable standing around, but I promise you the amazing craft cocktails are worth it! The food here is yummy, although I can't specifically call out any stand-out dishes. One thing I HIGHLY suggest is forget Paramount for weekend brunch. There's nothing that great about it. Skip the line, pay the same amount of money, and get waited on... go to Beacon Hill Bistro instead!
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Peter Lada
reviewed 2 years ago
Restaurant Week. Nice ambiance of a Parisian bistro. Somewhat weird staff. Good food.
Liked: Food, Location, Atmosphere, Wine list, Portions
Disliked: Service
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Patrick Wynn
reviewed 2 years ago
Delicious food and cocktails. Good for tasty food with normal sized plates. Yummy.
Liked: Food, Service, Location, Atmosphere

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