The Drink: Envoy Hotel’s Juliet & Juliet
June 2, 2017 – Out Traveler Destination Guide
Pride Month has officially begun, and the Envoy Hotel in Boston is celebrating with a signature cocktail. Available at the Lookout Rooftop & Bar and the Outlook Kitchen & Bar, the ‘Juliet & Juliet’ is a creamy, tangerine-flavored concoction perfect for any Pride celebration.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
Winter Scene – 2017 Winner: Lookout Rooftop & Bar
2017 – The Improper Bostonian
Yes, the Envoy Hotel’s rooftop bar buzzes in the summer, but if you want to get sloshed inside a snow globe, Lookout likewise has you covered. Last winter, the chic Seaport spot rolled out a fleet of neon-lit, clear plastic igloos—heated capsules that seat about 10 and let guests enjoy the panoramic views on chilly nights. You don’t even have to leave to retrieve cocktails: Servers are summoned by flipping on a red light. For once, winter can’t come soon enough.
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.Read More >
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 www.winteronthewaterfront.org for more information on activities and events.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
wcvb.com, 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 >
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