Seaport’s so nice, some work for us twice! Ashley Wilson has worked in Seaport’s sales department since January, but she worked in several of our dining facilities from 2010 to 2013. The neighborhood has changed since Ashley was first with us, and she loves checking out the new dining and shopping that has popped up in her absence. Whether it’s brews at City Tap, meze at Committee, shopping at One Seaport, or just a drink at our own TAMO, here are our favorites:
• City Tap House (10 Boston Wharf Rd., Boston): Why pick one beer when you can select from 100? City Tap is a new addition to the neighborhood’s western edge (almost in Fort Point). Featuring a popular patio and bar, City Tap attracts neighbors and visitors looking to try some of the 60 beers on draft and 40 craft beers by the bottle. Huge televisions, fire pits, and comfort food make City Tap a cozy home away from home (or hotel).
• Committee (50 Northern Ave., Boston): Certainly more decadent than My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Committee on Fan Pier is a popular twentysomething hangout and attracts all ages looking for a taste of the Mediterranean. Go with an empty stomach, as you’ll want to try all the Greek small plates on this expansive menu – our personal favorites are the zucchini chips and lamb skewers.
• One Seaport (Courthouse MBTA Silver Line Station): One stop away on the Silver Line is the newest addition to the neighborhood’s shopping experience. One Seaport features dining like Tuscan Kitchen and Scorpion Bar, shopping at L.L. Bean and Warby Parker, and entertainment with Showplace Icon Theatre and Kings Dining & Entertainment.
• TAMO (1 Seaport Lane, Boston): For those looking to keep it closer to the hotel, head to TAMO right here at Seaport for all your dining and drinking needs. Our chefs keep our menu fresh and local while our talented mixologists make the bar a must-visit, whether it’s to watch the big game or just have a nightcap.