Select Oyster Bar, the first solo venture from chef Michael Serpa, is a neighborhood oyster bar & seafood restaurant in the heart of Back Bay. Select offers fresh, local seafood with Mediterranean influences in a cozy brownstone space. A carefully curated raw bar, creative crudo, and thoughtful fish entrees round out the menu. A seafood centric wine program feature classic pairings as well as off the beaten path selections is the center of the beverage program, alongside artisan cocktails and craft beer. Food & Wine America's Best New Wine Bars, Boston Mag Best New Restaurant & Best Wine Program, Improper Bostonian Best Seafood.After 15 minutes past reservation time, we may seat your table. Please call us if you are running a bit late.If you do not find the time slot you are looking for, give us a ring 857-239-8064. Visit our website for more information on our reservations.
The Lexington is the hub of Cambridge Crossing, led by Chef/Owner Will Gilson. The space features a gorgeous roof deck and is the go-to destination for after work drinks, evening get-togethers, and possibly the first or last stop of an evening out. The Lexington offers seasonal outdoor seating with views of The Common.The Lexington has been designed with an open greenhouse layout, and can accommodate full buyouts of business events, weddings, or seasonal holiday parties. It also features a private dining room with seating for up to 30 guests.
NEVER TRUST A ROUND PIZZA!Figs Pizza is most likely like no other pizza you’ve ever had. Don’t be surprised by the large freeform shape—its specifically part of what will go into your overall experience in enjoying this unique meal.The crust will be so crisp and thin it will be close to brittle. That finely crisped quality is achieved by the special technique used in making the dough and a short cooking time at a very high temperature. The toppings are the finest freshest available and are, as often as possible local produce and other ingredients. A distinctive quality of a Figs Pizza is that it will cool down quickly. If you take a pizza with you please follow the directions provided by the restaurant when heating it again at home.
Res American Bistro is a casual, yet elegant two level dining destination perfect for every occasion. Make a “Res” for a casual bite, a special night out, and everything in between! Our menu features fresh takes on contemporary favorites such as lobster tempura, roasted baby lamb chops, handmade pastas, and our 20-day butter aged NY Sirloin. Make sure to also check us out for our Spectacular Sunday Brunch every third Sunday of the Month!The star studded lights of Trinity Repertory Company bring the second floor dining experience to life while we host your special event. Celebrations, receptions, graduations, and holidays are especially memorable when booked at Res. Anticipate all of your special requests taken care of with ease by our team of event specialists. Visit our group dining tab via www.respvd.com to learn more. The menu is reflective of Chef Evan Mathew's cooking experiences home and abroad; and is reflective of his values of serving food with integrity.
Tumblesalts Cafe is a quaint Victorian re-imagined as a combined Cafe, Restaurant & Pub. Our menu is a modern twist on an old classic - boasting comfortable favorites in a delightfully unexpected way. We strive to inspire customers with our charming atmosphere and whimsical menu, making it the perfect place for that long-awaited date night, a fun family celebration or to reconnect with friends. Stop in to escape your hectic work week and enjoy the amazing food and fabulous service we have to offer.
Coming Soon! On Broad Street, in Cranston’s historic Pawtuxet Village stands a restaurant and bar serving quality American fare and cocktails that will provide you the strength for any revolution. But, the odds are (whether you’re stopping by for our legendary Berube burger, cocktails or a celebratory dinner), the welcoming staff and creative plates are sure to make you want to settle in and leave the fight for another day.Owner Dean Scanlon and Providence Painted Signs created the look and vibe of Revolution American Bistro. The interior pays homage to Pawtuxet Village’s rich historic roots, particularly the burning of HMS Gaspee, an English customs schooner, on June 9, 1772 at Gaspee Point. As it occurred more than a year before the Boston Tea Party, Rhode Islanders take pride that the event was truly the start of the Revolutionary War.See for yourself what locals have been enjoying for 23 years.We will accommodate any food preferences including vegan and gluten free options.