EATER BOSTON – Eater Tracking

May 9, 2017 – Eater Boston – One Thing You Should Eat Today

Hotel restaurants tend to get a bad rap, but Boston’s got plenty that are worth visiting even if you’re not a tourist staying in the hotel.  Plus, they generally serve substantial breakfast daily.  Such is the case at Outlook Kitchen and Bar at the Envoy Hotel.

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JETSETTER – Where to Go for Memorial Day 2017

May 5, 2017 – The Envoy Hotel, Boston

Boston is quickly becoming the Silicon Valley of the East, thanks to its rising Seaport Innovation District, which is full of forward-thinking design and tech firms.

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Haute Top 5: Best Outdoor Bars in Boston 2017

May 4, 2017: Lookout Rooftop & Bar Selected As Best Outdoor Bar in Boston. 

It’s that glorious time of year we have all been so patiently waiting for when temperatures start rising and we can finally enjoy a cocktail al fresco while soaking up the sun. Whether you prefer an oceanfront setting to share a fishbowl cocktail with some friends or would rather a poolside view for some quiet relaxation, it’s time to put these five haute outdoor bars on your bucket (of beer) list this summer.

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BOSTON HOTELS WITH A VIEW | New England Today Travel

May 1, 2017: The Envoy Hotel

From harbor vistas to downtown lights, mesmerizing city scenes fill the windows at five of our favorite Boston hotels with a view.

With both the Charles River and the Atlantic Ocean lapping at its doorstep, Boston enjoys all the scenic benefits of being a city on the water while also boasting a distinctive mix of grand historic architecture and sleek modern buildings — not to mention the green-space gems of Boston Common and the Public Garden. It’s a feast for the eyes when you’re just strolling the streets, but to take sight-seeing to a new level, check out these five favorite Boston hotels with a view.

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Best of Boston & Cambridge | Yankee Magazine 2017 Editors’ Choice Award

April 11, 2017: Best New Hotel Award, The Envoy

It’s hard to top the allure of the Envoy, near Fort Point Channel in the expanding Seaport District. As soon as its eighth-floor rooftop bar opened in 2015, locals were lining up after work to savor the alluring view of the Boston skyline. Many of the 136 rooms in the hotel offer the same exquisite view (especially the corner suite one floor below). The spacious rooms have historic maps of the city painted on the glass doors that lead to the shower, flat-screen televisions hidden in the wall, and large windows that bathe everything in sunlight.

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Stay Cozy at Boston’s New Rooftop ‘Igloo’ Bar

Feb 7, 2017: Find drinks with a view—even in the depths of winter.

The Envoy has transformed their revered Lookout Rooftop & Bar into a winter destination with a pop-up igloo bar! Guests will be able to take in the breathtaking Boston skyline and harbor rooftop views in the comfort of these six, heated igloos. Provided branded, fleece blankets to up the cozy ante and guests need only press a button for drinks, which will light up their igloo and notify a cocktail server. Seating up to eight guests each, entire igloos can be reserved for private events, otherwise, they are first come, first served and open Thursday – Saturday, 4pm – 10pm through April 15th.

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The Daily Meal – Cozy Hotel Dining at Boston’s Envoy Hotel

Dec 14, 2016: The hotel’s ground floor restaurant showcases the debut work of its chef.

Since opening up in the Fort Point neighborhood, The Envoy Hotel has blessed its guests and nearby residents with a couple of go-to spots for food and drink — and spectacular city views. Although the rooftop bar, Lookout, has closed for the season, diners and drinkers need only to go down to the first floor to experience the Outlook Kitchen and Bar’s new menu developed by executive chef Tatiana Rosana.

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Envoy – Ring in 2017 at The Envoy Hotel

December 15, 2016: Say “sayonara” to 2016 with a full day of festivities!

The Envoy Hotel is offering family-friendly fun this New Year’s Eve Day, from 1-4pm, during Winter On The Waterfront, when waterfront businesses ring in the New Year with refreshments, music and art. Follow the Ice Sculpture Stroll to The Envoy Hotel to celebrate Boston’s heroic first responders during a Touch-A-Truck and Boat event. Warm up with a hot chocolate from Outlook Kitchen and Bar then climb aboard emergency response vehicles to snap photos on a vintage firetruck, Coast Guard Cutter from USCG Base Boston, fire rescue boat, pilot boat from Boston Pilot Boat Association, ambulance and Massachusetts State Police Vehicle. Visit for more information on activities and events.

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The Improper Bostonian – Stand the Heat

December 9, 2016: Head into the kitchen for the ultimate in fine dining.

Soundtracks to kitchens in even the finest dining establishments can be a cacophony of controlled chaos: pots clanging onto the range, meat sizzling in oil, flames shooting up around the edges of pans, shouts of “Yes, chef!” as orders are placed. But instead of keeping the scene hidden behind closed doors, a number of restaurants around the city invite guests to dine mere feet away from the action. For those celebrating a special occasion, the chef’s table is now an option to rival the quiet candlelit corner, and while custom touches can range from menu personalization to tabletop decor, what really helps diners stand the heat in the kitchen is the personal attention from the chefs themselves.  

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OpenTable – Top Boston Rooftop Bars: Where to Sip + Soak in the City Skyline

October 19, 2016: Lookout Rooftop + Bar at the Envoy Hotel

Lookout may be perched high above Boston’s hottest neighborhood for nightlife, but if you don’t line up by about 4PM in the afternoon the line may snake around the block for the stunning Seaport views at this trendy newcomer. Head bartender Michael Ray works together with Beantown brewery Harpoon and local spirit makers like GrandTen for WireWorks gin and Bully Boy for rum, vodka, and whiskey to craft artisanal cocktails. The latest seasonal hit — the Rum for Your Life, with pineapple, lime, and simple syrup — celebrates the last blast of Indian summer. Views through modern glass walls offer a prime panorama of the city skyline and Boston Harbor. Post-game with noshes like tuna poke, flatbreads, and locally caught scallops from chef du cuisine Tatiana Rosana at Outlook Kitchen and Bar, also at Envoy Hotel. Make a reservation at Outlook Kitchen and Bar.

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Eat, Drink, Lucky – Tuesday, October 18

Eat – Tis the season for new menus and Outlook Kitchen and Bar has one. Their fall dinner menu has starters and small plates as well as a plethora of entrees from chef Tatiana Rosana. Try the bacalao croquettes with saffron aioli and friend basil and the Kurobuta pork chop with couscous and apricot.

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Boston Eater – Outlook Kitchen and Bar Has a New Menu Starting Today

October 14, 2016: Fully Updated Outlook Kitchen and Bar Menus, courtesy of chef Tatiana Rosana

One year after making its debut at the Envoy Hotel in Boston’s Seaport District, Outlook Kitchen and Bar is unveiling a whole new menu. Chef Tatiana Rosana introduces new dishes for dinner and brunch, starting today, and a number of items take on the spirit of fall.

This is Rosana’s first menu as executive chef of the restaurant. Previously, she worked with Rachel Klein at the Mandarin Oriental and at Harvard Square’s Harvest alongside chef Mary Dumont. Rosana, who grew up in Miami, draws inspiration for this new Outlook menu from her Cuban background, her wife’s Korean heritage, and her training and experience.

The updated breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch menus will be available starting today. The dinner menu includes starters like ahi tuna crudo and wild mushroom flatbread, while entrees range from slow cooked halibut to autumn pappardelle with hazelnut ragout and shaved brussels sprouts. The lengthy brunch menu includes “green eggs no ham,” a breakfast sandwich, pancakes, french toast, and a cuban sandwich, among other offerings.

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Read More >, Wednesday, March 30: Hotels

Think Boston isn’t hospitable? Think again. The city’s hotel business is booming, with occupancy rates high and plans for another 30 hotels in the works. Today boutique properties are the rule, aimed at millennials and tech savvy travelers.

Read More >, April 7, 2016, “5 Secrets for Your Next Trip to Boston”

You may think you know Boston, but this historic city holds a lot of secrets. We give you our tips on where to go, where to eat, where to spot celebrities and more.

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HOTEL MANAGEMENT, APRIL 4, 2016, New demand generators boost soaring Boston supply increase.

As a diehard traveler and conference road warrior I get to see a lot of great cities, but I never seem to get to Boston.

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Global Traveler, April 2016 – ON THE WATERFRONT

Development rises in Boston’s emerging Seaport District.
Peering at the sailboats slicing through the harbor from the sixth-floor roof-deck bar of the new Envoy Hotel, it finally dawns on you that, yes, Boston really does rest on the shores of the Atlantic.

Read More >, January 14, 2016, The Best New Hotel in Boston

If you are visiting Boston this year, stay at The Envoy Hotel. Appropriately located in the city’s gentrified Innovation District, the sleekly-designed high-tech hotel has 136 guest rooms (ranging from $499 to $999 a night), including two luxury suites and 19 two-queen doubles.

Read More >, January 11, 2016, Why Every Busy Woman Should Travel Alone

It was 11:57 a.m. on Friday, October 8. A text popped up on my phone from my friend Lisa: “I can’t find my passport. I’m not lying.” My heart sank. Just the night before I had texted her: “Don’t forget your passport!”

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Green with Renvy, January 6, 2016, Best Bites 2015 Eating Local Around the Globe

This week I’ve been talking travel with a lot of friends and the conversation always comes back to food. Everyone is asking me about my Best Bites for the year. Can you wrap that up into one post? I’ve been thinking about it for days and the meals that circle back again and again are the tastes that made the list.

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Panorama, January 6, 2016 – Winter Fun In Boston

Beat the chilly weather by indulging in these hot cocktails.

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The Boston Globe, January 1, 2016 – Saluting First Responders

Two-year-old Haddlie Mae Adams attended The Envoy Hotel’s family-friendly activities to honor first responders on Thursday.

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Boston USA, December 31, 2015 – Touch-A-Truck and Boat Event

The Envoy Hotel is offering family-friendly fun this New Year’s Eve Day during Winter On The Waterfront, when waterfront businesses ring in the New Year with refreshments, music, art and events for children of all ages.

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Boston Globe, December 29, 2015 – Where to ring in the new year in Greater Boston

The Envoy Hotel offers a multi-part New Year’s Eve experience that begins with a bottle of champagne at check in.

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Macaroni Kid, December 28, 2015 – The Envoy Hotel Will Honor First Responders

The Envoy Hotel is offering family-friendly fun this New Year’s Eve Day during Winter On The Waterfront, when waterfront businesses ring in the New Year with refreshments, music, art and events for children of all ages.

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Mommy Poppins, December 28, 2015 – First Night Boston: A Family-Friendly New Year’s Eve Celebration

Boston rings in 2016 with its annual First Night celebration, the country’s oldest and largest New Year’s Eve arts festival. The celebration features music, dance, ice skating, and theater performances.

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Thrillest / Boston, December 28, 2015 – The Thrillist Awards: Boston’s Best New Food & Drink of 2015

Here at Thrillist, we like to talk about the “best” of everything.

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Boston Sunday Globe, December 27, 2015 – A Rooftop New Year’s Celebration

Sip champagne and enjoy front-row seats to Boston’s fireworks show at The Envoy Hotel’s rooftop bar this New Year’s.

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Haute Living, December 26, 2015 – 5 Haute Spots for New Year’s Eve in Boston

There are lots of options in Boston when it comes to ringing in the New Year, but there are only a few places that do it up like no other. Here’s a look at the top five hautest spots to party this New Year’s Eve.

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Griffin Report of the Northeast, December 1, 2015 – Chef David Verdo To Lead Outlook Kitchen & Bar

Outlook Kitchen + Bar, helmed by Executive Chef David Verdo, opened recently in the new Envoy Hotel in Boston’s Seaport District.

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Scene Magazine, December 2015 – Outlook Kitchen and Bar

A full-service restaurant, the Outlet Kitchen decor matches that of the hotel’s hybrid contemporary-craftsman style with recycled teak wood and black-white surfaces.

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The Envoy Hotel in Boston Named USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice “Best New Hotel”

From a field of 20 new properties chosen by a panel of Travel Industry and Hotel experts, readers chose The Envoy Hotel to receive top honors and the title of  USA Today 10Best “Best New Hotel” on December 11, after four weeks of voting.

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USA Today, The Envoy Hotel nominated for “Best New Hotel”

10Best editors teamed up with a panel of hotel experts to hand-pick 20 of the best hotel openings in the past year. Which property deserves the title of Best New Hotel? Vote daily for your favorite now through Monday, December 7 at noon ET.

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Thrillest / Boston, November 9, 2015 – Local Chefs share their favorite meal in Boston

The way we see it, nobody knows food better than chefs. And while we all love to eat what they cook, we’re also fascinated by what they’re into when they actually do the eating. You know, when they’re not working and are dining out. That’s why we asked 12 of Boston’s best to dish on their favorite meal around the Hub.

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Eater Boston, November 9, 2015 – A Big List of Thanksgiving Prix Fixe Feasts

Want a restaurant to cook you a multi-course meal this Thanksgiving? Here’s what’s available around town in the prix fixe dinner and all-you-can-eat buffet category. More information will be added throughout the month.

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Full Service Restaurants Online, November 4, 2015 – Outlook Kitchen + Bar Opens in Envoy Hotel in Boston

Helmed by executive chef David Verdo, this 153-seat restaurant located within The Envoy Hotel offers a modern take on regionally inspired, locally sourced cuisine in a lively atmosphere featuring fearless, high-concept design.

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Where Boston, November 4, 2015 – The Dining Issue

This new Fort Point neighborhood restaurant features an atmosphere as progressive as Executive Chef David Verdo’s food. Regionally and globally inspired sharing plates and entrees range from Thai-spiced lamb belly with pistachio to shrimp tempura with soba noodles.

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Nations Restaurant News, November 3, 2015 – Pastry Chefs make desert that go Crunch

Taste and flavor play key roles in the foods consumers choose to eat, but so does another element: texture. The way foods feel in one’s mouth — chewy, crunchy, creamy — is thought to be a major driver of choice and an important factor in enjoyment and satisfaction.

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Hotel Junkie Magazine, November 3, 2015 – The Envoy Hotel Boston

Location In 21st century Boston, massive scale development in the city’s Seaport District has brought towering buildings to what is now known as the South Boston Waterfront. Slowly, instead of wide open views of the harbor, a new urban skyline has been created, and every square inch of what was once railway sidings, and then as rail declined, parking lots, has become offices, homes, and bars and restaurants.

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CBS Local / WBZ 1030 New Radio, November 2, 2015 – Connoisseurs Corner

WBZ’s Jordan Rich talks with Annie Copps, freelance food, wine, and travel writer, about The Envoy Hotel and it’s restaurants.

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ABC News, November 2, 2015 – Hotel Suite of the Week

Opened in September 2015, Boston’s Envoy Hotel is a new addition to the city’s so-called ‘innovation district.’ The hotel is part of the Seaport Square development, encompassing 20 blocks of waterfront real estate. The Premier Suite has floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the waterfront and city skyline, plus an oversized couch, wet-bar and custom art and furnishings.

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Globe Magazine, November 1, 2015 – Lights, Camera, Cupid!

Will a Globe Video Crew be a Third Wheel on this Date? 7 P.M. OUTLOOK KITCHEN + BAR, Seaport

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USA Today Travel, November 1, 2015 – These Hotels elevate the in-room entertainment experience

While we often travel to explore a destination, there’s no denying the hotel we choose can make or break our experience. And for those days when you just don’t feel like getting dressed, the following properties offer comfortable accommodations with elevated in-room entertainment experiences, too.

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Thrillist / Boston, November 1, 2015 – The Best Brunch in (almost) every Boston Neighborhood

Who doesn’t love brunch? Nobody, that’s who. There’s absolutely nothing better than waking up on a weekend and realizing that the only thing you have planned is eating a massive amount of bacon. While still drinking! So that you don’t have to struggle too far from your bed, here are our top brunch picks for (almost) every Boston neighborhood.

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Travel+Leisure, October 29, 2015 – Nine Eco-Friendly Winter Vacation Ideas

From a geodesic dome in the Swiss Alps to a glass cabin in the woods of upstate New York, here are nine of our favorite eco-luxurious winter retreats around the world. It’s never too soon to start planning holiday travel, and winter vacations can go from drab to dreamy by choosing the right accommodations.

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Panoram Magazine, October 28, 2015 – Halloween in Boston

Located at the brand-new Envoy Hotel in the red-hot Seaport District, Outlook Kitchen and Bar jumps into an increasingly vibrant scene. Perched on the edge of the Fort Point Channel, Outlook boasts a seasonal menu of flatbreads, salads, and both small and large plates to fit any appetite.

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The Improper Bostonian, October 26, 2015 – Drink of the Moment MARY IN THE LIBRARY

WHAT’S WITH THE NAME? “I don’t think I can have that in print,” says bar manager Michael Ray, adding that you’ll have to pay him a visit to hear the story – which you should. Summertime tipplers may have come to the Envoy Hotel’s Lookout rooftop bar for the view, but you’ll stay downstairs at Outlook for the cocktails.

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Haute Secrets, October 16, 2015 – Executive Chef David Verdo of OUTLOOK Kitchen + Bar

The new Envoy Hotel has recently opened in in the Seaport District along with the long awaited Outlook Kitchen + Bar. At the restaurant’s helm is Executive Chef David Verdo, one of the city’s top chefs. You might recognize his name from his most recent stint as Executive Chef at CHOPPS American Bar and Grill in Burlington where he worked with Boston’s Daniel Bruce.

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Zagat, October 15, 2015 – What to Eat at Outlook Kitchen and Bar, Now Open in the Seaport

Over the summer, Bostonians had a chance to soak up the harbor breeze (and plenty of cocktails) at Lookout, the rooftop bar and lounge at the Seaport’s recently opened Envoy Hotel. (It’s one of our picks for the 10 Hottest Bars Right Now, by the way.)

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Boston Herald, October 14, 2015 – Hip Hangouts

When this Seaport hotel opened earlier this year, its trendy outdoor bar Lookout quickly became a go-to for locals…

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NESN Dining, Oct 13, 2015 – Dining Playbook

The Outlook Kitchen & Bar is the newest spot in the Seaport. The restaurant — located in the Envoy hotel — has some amazing dishes that will make your taste buds excited. Menu items such as the flat iron steak and the salmon tuna sashimi are must-haves.

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Zagat, October 5, 2015 – Boston’s 10 Hottest Bars Right Now

Why It’s Hot: The newly opened Envoy Hotel can lay claim to some killer views from its harbor-side LOOKOUT Rooftop Bar. You’ll find pretty people preening upon couches (and yes, there’s an enforced dress code), while soaking up the skyline and noshing on small plates between sips…

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The Boston Globe, October 3, 2015 – Envoy Envy!

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