Boston DiningO ur Boston restaurants and bars offer an international cornucopia of chic restaurants and sophisticated contemporary lounge experiences blending cross-cultural style and flavors. Our luxurious waterfront hotel offers three exceptional places to dine in Boston that will tantalize your taste buds and indulge your senses.
Miel "Brasserie Provençale"
Unique among Boston dining spots, Miel "Brasserie Provençale" is Boston's first Provence themed brasserie. Celebrating the organic wonders and intoxicating flavors of France's fascinating Côte d'Azur region, our fine dining restaurant focuses on herbs, lavender, honey and olive oil. The French word for honey, Miel, serves delightful organic fare flavored with fresh Côte d'Azur ingredients - lavender, olive oil, tomatoes and honey - served in our charming dining room or outdoors overlooking Fort Point Channel. For reservations please call, 617-217-5151.
East meets West at our lively Boston dining room playing chic salsa music, which features innovative and traditional sushi and sashimi paired with vintage tequila, margaritas, martinis and exotic cocktails. Sushi-Teq fusion cuisine combines the best of a sushi bar and a tequila bar in a high-energy atmosphere.
RumBa pays tribute to the legends and lore of the historic rum trade period in a sophisticated rum-themed cocktail bar serving an international collection of distilled rums, deliciously bold appetizers, and hip-moving mixes of Latin and Caribbean music. Our private Champagne Bar, discreetly hidden behind sliding mahogany doors, serves selections of bubbly in an atmosphere inspired by the Moulin Rouge. At RumBa anything goes!
The InterContinental Gardens is a two-acre waterfront promenade along Fort Point Channel. The garden has herringbone brick with marble and granite steps, framing a circular outdoor plaza with an array of culinary and aromatic herbs of rosemary, basil, parsley and lavender. Sit outside, enjoy the view and savor the flavors and wines of our international gourmet dining venues.