Party Earth Review Popular with a diverse mix of successful young professionals, corporate executives, and cultured tourists, Sonsie serves up a menu of first class food and seasonal cocktails in a chic and airy environment. Cozy nooks full of chocolate brown leather chairs and sofas provide space for patrons to chat over signature cocktails ... more
327 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02115
Party Earth Review Boasting an outstanding wine selection and an intimate bistro atmosphere, Les Zygomates is a prime date night destination for those looking for a taste of Paris near downtown Boston. The business people and artsy types who settle in at the candlelit tables shouldn’t be fooled by the delicious bistro fair and perfectly prepared ... more
129 South Street
Boston, MA 02111
Restaurant / Wine Bar
Party Earth Review A tribute to the sausage-slung shops of old-world Europe, The Butcher Shop is a warm and stylish wine bar and eatery that attracts a diverse and amiable clientele of oenophiles, music school hipsters, and in-the-know tourists looking for upscale fare and a relaxed vibe. Patrons peering into the large front windows of the ... more
552 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118
Although it’s more of a beer city, there are still a great number of wine bars in Boston for the more discerning palates in Beantown to get their drink on.
Yes, beer and sports dominate the Boston nightlife landscape, but there are actually some really incredible wine bars in the city. One of the best is The Butcher Shop in South End. The bar is a tribute to old-world European sausage shops and no one pairs their wines with meats better in the entire city.
Another stellar Boston wine bar is Sonsie. Here, an upscale Back Bay crowd indulges in first class food while lounging back in brown leather chairs and sofas. The wine cellar has over two hundred varieties to try out and can also host private parties if privacy is important while downing bottles of Merlot.
One of the best date spots in town is Zygomates. This wine bar and live jazz haunt combines sweet toe-tapping tunes with French inspired cuisine and an ever-changing regional themed wine list.
The Red Sox game will probably be playing regardless of how fancy the venue may be, but if you’re looking for some fine red wine in this blue collar town, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from.