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There are three restaurants at InterContinental Boston and one large outdoor venue deck. The restaurants and bars span cuisines — Miel Brasserie Provençale serves French restaurant specialties; Sushi-Teq is a unique sushi eatery that features some of the rarest tequilas in the world; RumBa is the hotel's main bar, which also serves light fare and fresh seafood.
Miel is Boston's first Provence-themed brasserie. This fine-dining restaurant focuses on herbs, lavender, honey and olive oil in most of its dishes, giving it a unique European flair. Miel is a certified green restaurant and is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Sushi-Teq is where Asia meets South America. The small dining room spins chic salsa music and serves up innovative sushi rolls and traditional sashimi slices. The bar is best known for its various tequila offerings. Sushi-Teq is open Tuesday through Saturday for dinner, and Tuesday through Friday for lunch.
RumBa is the hotel's central bar, serving appetizers and light bites among Cuban décor. The bar pays tribute to the historic rum trade period with an international collection of distilled rums. There's also a private Champagne Bar hidden behind sliding mahogany doors. RumBa is a favorite among the after-work crowd in Boston, and is a great starting point before a night out.
During the warmer months, the InterContinental Gardens — a two-acre waterfront promenade outside the Boston hotel along the Fort Point Channel — serves various items from each of the hotel's dining venues. If you’d like to experience the gardens, get there early, especially in the summer — the green space works on a first-come, first-served basis.