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The Langham, Boston has three different dining venues: The Reserve, Café Fleuri and BOND.
The Reserve is the hotel’s lobby “champagne” lounge, which serves continental breakfast and a light menu throughout the day. You can also enjoy The Langham Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood (of course, you can add champagne to the meal).
Café Fleuri offers breakfast and lunch daily, and on the weekends it hosts legendary gatherings: the City Brunch and the Chocolate Bar. The City Brunch takes place every Sunday and features a variety of buffet stations with everything from made-to-order omelets and malted buttermilk waffles to maple-and-thyme-glazed roasted chicken with sweet pepper fondue and five-cheese tortellini. The Chocolate Bar happens Saturdays from September to June and tempts with an endless array of chocolate delicacies, including croissant bread pudding and whoopie pies.
BOND is the Boston hotel’s restaurant and lounge, and it’s where the after-work crowd comes to meet and mingle. It serves dinner Monday to Saturday. Blending the grand architectural elements and history of the hotel with modern design, BOND is a stylish destination for modern American fare and creative cocktails. Under 25-foot vaulted ceilings appointed with opulent crystal chandeliers, enjoy local, seasonal cuisine created by The Langham, Boston’s executive chef, Mark Sapienza, and BOND’s chef de cuisine, Sean Patrick Morrison, who source meats, produce and seafood from New England farms and purveyors.
Plush lounge seating and a 12-foot rosewood bar in front of a mirrored backdrop set the stage for a lively evening while BOND’s team of experienced mixologists shake up inventive cocktails to complement extensive wine, champagne and craft beer lists. Above the bar lies the Dom Perignon Lounge, an exclusive balcony with seating for private events, overlooking the main restaurant.