Revere Hotel Boston Common invites Bostonians and guests to toast to the Sons of Liberty and Revere Hotel Boston Common's ;eading lad, Paul Revere, this December with a special Tea Party menu at the newly debuted lobby bar. Chef Sean Butson and Food and Beverage Director Fergal Gildea and serving up tea-inspired bites and cocktails all month to celebrate the rebillious milestone in early American history. For the month of December guests can enjoy a rotating lineup of tea-inspired bar bites from Chef Butson and a special Tea Party Cocktail menu including:
Pear Brandy, Honey Syrup, cloves, Lemon Twist
Bourbon, black tea, lemon, apple cider syrup, cinnamon
Applejack, Earl Grey Tea, Lemon, Honey
Chai Rum, Chambord, Cabernet Sauvignon, Fresh Fruit
Silver Tequila, Oolong Honey syrup, Lemon, Bitters
Green Tea infused Bulleit Bourbon, Domaine Canton Ginger Liqueur, Honey Lemon Syrup, Mint
Chai Tea Infused Tito's, Lime juice, Ginger Beer
Signature Revere Tea Blend - infused Absolut, Lillet Blanc, mint and lemon verbena syrup, bitters
Wireworks Gin, Oolong Hibiscus Syrup, Lemon
The sleek and contemporary open lobby is designed as a forum for the people, welcoming visitors to a space that is unmistakably Bostonian. The Stuart Street entrance ushers guests into the energetic space, where a dynamic steampunk lantern sculpture is suspended over the front desk, fabricated from vintage colonial-style lanterns and produced by famed Bostonian artist Bruce Rosenbaum. Complete with custom artwork, including a wall-to-wall mural of the Boston Massacre, a life-size sculpture of Paul Revere’s horse created from recycled materials, and stained-glass panels inspired by the Old North Church, the space creates a new gathering place for locals and hotel guests alike.
For more information on the renovated hotel and the lobby bar please visit www.reverehotel.com.