What are the private dining rooms like at Mooo?

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Alexa DeMarco

Mooo’s private dining room, the Wine Cellar, dates back to the Pre-Revolutionary times, when upper Beacon Street enjoyed periods of unprecedented mercantile, cultural and political wealth. In the 18th century, three large mansions lined Beacon Street. One of these magnificent mansions was the home of Edward Bromfield Jr. Today, the site of his mansion is Boston’s premier destination for unrivaled cuisine, service and ambiance, the Wine Cellar. Built on the foundation of the 1722 mansion, with a double-vaulted ceiling and wine racks along the walls, the cellar is truly impressive. Dining in the Wine Cellar is the ultimate in privacy and elegance. Choose from our wine list, which is unique in vintage and selection. This list, one of the few of its magnitude in New England and the country, features vintages from the 1700s to the present.

Melanie Nayer

Mooo’s Wine Cellar, located in the basement of the restaurant, is the restaurant’s formal private dining room. It accommodates 50 people seated and up to 65 for a reception, and is available to rent for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or cocktail receptions. The Wine Cellar can also comfortably accommodate small wedding parties, cocktail receptions and seated meals, each with a private menu and bar. For more corporate or business-type events, you might want to reserve one of XV Beacon’s parlor suites, which hold up to 14 people and are catered by Mooo.

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