InterContinental® Boston's own French restaurant is the city's first Provence-themed brasserie and takes its name from the French word for honey. Miel Brasserie celebrates the organic wonders and intoxicating flavors of France's fascinating Côte d'Azur region, focusing on herbs, lavender, honey and olive oil. Executive Chef Didier Montarou creates straightforward, innovative delights utilizing Southern France's favorites of honey, olive oil, tomatoes, vegetables, herbs, and seafood. The inspired organic fare is served in our charming and warmly decorated dining room or outdoor terrace overlooking the water. Miel has also been named a three star Certified Green Restaurant®.
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French Private Dining
Miel's own private dining room "The Olive Oil Museum," offers seating for 14 at a chef's table made from a 1,000-year-old olive tree. In a twist of new and old, Miel showcases additional outdoor seating overlooking the historic Fort Point Channel waterfront and gardens. For reservations, please call Miel at 617-217-5151 or visit OpenTable.com. To book Miel's private dining room, visit our Private Dining page and complete the form.
Miel Coffee to Go
Looking for a quick grab and go breakfast, or simply a place to relax and enjoy your morning cup of coffee? Miel Coffee to Go has everything you need to get your morning started. Enjoy high-quality coffee, granola and yogurt parfaits, fruit cups and all your favorite freshly-baked morning pastries. Open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Miel is located on the lobby level of the hotel, and is easily accessible via our lobby.