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Sip Wine Bar and Kitchen
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581 Washington St Boston, MA 02111
581 Washington StUSMABoston02111
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Creative wine program offering tastes to full bottles with small plates & entrees in a modern space.- Google
People talk about tuna tempura roll, full glass, oven roasted, cheese board and sushi
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Cynthia Wright
reviewed 7 months ago
My friends and I went to Sip Wine Bar and Kitchen before a play. The food, service and drinks were great. We sat outside and the locution is perfect for people watching. 2 of my friends had the rice bowl special and they both LOVED it. My Cobb Salad with grilled chicken was really good, too.
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Bonnie Loubier
reviewed a year ago
The best Sushi and very fresh! The calamari was extremely tasty. Enjoyed with the perfect hints of oak tanins Tuscany vino.Visit before or after the Opera. Cost under $35 with tip.
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Mark Waltham
reviewed a year ago
Great spot, nice menu, attentive staff. Easy place to eat before a night at the theatre, or try the cocktail menu....
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Sam Sanson
reviewed a year ago
Stopped here with my girlfriend for dessert and they sat us right away. This was during the fall season it was somewhat busy. The decor was clean and modern straight lines open space kind of place. You can practically see all around the place. We had the bread pudding and it was pretty good. We make it a point to have bread pudding where ever we can and this one was a 6 out of 10. So better than most. The food and atmosphere seems to be a blend of Japanese and modern. So seems to be the food, a blend of japanese food and some other cultures - not really sure. Food looks pretty good though and everyone seems to be enjoying themselves. This seems like a good place to go and relax, chat with others, and reasonably priced food. They staff seemed really nice too.
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Kay Hope
reviewed a year ago
Ok, so 2 stars might be a little unfair but here's the sitch... you can't give half a star. I've noticed Sip for a while, as I do work downtown. Never went in, but yesterday, I decided to try it as a post work, pre movie spot to hang out with my coworkers. For some odd reason I really wanted to go to a place that had couches. They do have "couches". More like lounge couches, but that's besides the point. So they get a star for satisfying my urge. I wasn't too hungry but my friends were. They ordered the calamari and the mini arancini ( warm mozzarella centers, oven roasted tomato sauce, truffle essence). I ordered the mangria (our version for men of the traditional sangria but served with vodka) - because I like to challenge "social expectations" haha. While the pricing of this wine bar and kitchen is pretty reasonable considering that it is located right near the opera house the food was ehh. The calamari was lightly battered but not well seasoned for my taste. The aranici wasn't what we expected because it included rice and made the centers more mushy than crispy like traditional mozzarella fried concoctions. However, the mangria was quite satisfying if I must say so myself. After two glasses I was feeling giggly. I should probably visit once more before settling on my 2 stars but I doubt I'll be returning for the food at this point. In my opinion, if you go to Sip, have a drink, skip the food.
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A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
like wine? like small portions? this is the place to go. fun and fabulous new place.


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