What restaurants does Four Seasons Hotel Boston have?

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Melanie Nayer
Four Seasons Hotel Boston The Bristole Lounge© FourSeasons/© Miller, Robert

The Bristol Lounge is Four Seasons Hotel Boston’s only restaurant and is like an adept chameleon, changing its look when the environment calls for it. Hailed as “Boston’s living room,” The Bristol Lounge is a favorite place for power lunches, afternoon tea, family dining, after-work crowds and intimate dining. The restaurant is set in warm red and brown tones, channeling the cigar-bar-martini-lunch era. The 127-seat restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

During the daytime hours, The Bristol Lounge is light and casual, appealing to families and nearby business execs hosting lunches who want a casual, but impressive place to eat. At night, the restaurant dims the lights and the space turns from bright to dramatic. The low lights against the dark red booths in the bar and the cherry wood tables make for an intimate atmosphere for diners and an intriguing environment for bar-goers. Because the Bristol lounge has so many personalities, it appeals to many different types of diners.

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