Party Earth Review A magnet for fashion-conscious clubbers and confident players, The Estate is a high-energy party room that draws a trendy clientele of young professionals, college students, and fashionistas. A dramatic dé... ... read full review
1 Boylston Place
Boston, MA 02116
Green Line: Boylston
Back Bay, Boston –
A magnet for fashion-conscious clubbers and confident players, The Estate is a high-energy party room that draws a trendy clientele of young professionals, college students, and fashionistas.
A dramatic décor featuring a grand fireplace, chandeliers, ornate arches, red velvet curtains, and a wraparound balcony recalls the venue’s former life as a theater, and sets the stage for the swarm of tipsy patrons grinding on the dance floor to the DJ’s mix of ear-splitting hip-hop and Top 40.
Those more interested in drinking can take their groups to the leather sofas and tables around the periphery to indulge in bottle service attended to by corsetted waitresses, and gawk at the sultry cage dancers writhing on the balcony above.
Patrons in need of space for their party can book the elegant Kiki Room with its long bar, Barcelona benches, and lush carpet, or the more intimate Shag Room, whose cushioned walls and dedicated wait staff allow for privacy and an exclusive experience.
Dramatic and decadent, The Estate makes hard-partiers with a hankering for the good life feel right at home.
Fashionistas, trendy college students, fratty young professionals, finance and business types, bachelorette and birthday parties, tourists, 20s to 30s.
Estate Thursdays for weekly EDM night, DJ Costa's House Party Fridays (EDM, hip-hop, remixes, guest DJs), Estate Saturdays (EDM, hip-hop, remixes, guest DJs). Four plasma TVs.
To avoid the line and receive occasional discounts, patrons can buy tickets in advance online.
Cover charge $20+ depending on event. Beer $5–$9, wine $8–$11, cocktails $8–$15, bottle service $150–$300.
Nice casual to dressy: dresses and heels for women, button-downs and nice jeans for men. Strict dress code enforced: no tank tops, t-shirts, flannel shirts, hats, work boots, ripped or oversized pants, sports attire, or jerseys. Fashionable sneakers allowed.
Friday and Saturday nights for the hottest scene, though patrons should arrive by 10pm to avoid the line. Doors remain open until 1:30am if the club is not at capacity.
The nearby Underbar nightclub (275 Tremont Street) attracts a similar crowd of chic singles.