Friday, June 22, 2012

The Alley Bar at Rowes Wharf Is Opening on the Boston Waterfront

A new outdoor bar is opening along the Boston Waterfront.

An email sent by O'Neill and Associates indicates that The Alley Bar at Rowes Wharf officially opens at the Boston Harbor Hotel on Monday (June 25). The new spot, which resides in an alley between Boston Harbor and Atlantic Avenue, includes high-top tables, black wicker bar stools, flat-screen outdoor TVs, and patio heaters, and has a capacity of 60. An array of cocktails are available at The Alley Bar, including drinks named the Alley Cat (Double Cross Vodka, Mint Serrano Simple Syrup, Fresh Lime garnished with Cilantro), Don't Miss the Boat (Gosling's Rum, Earl Grey Tea, Ginger Mint Simple Syrup, Cranberry Shrub, topped with Gosling's Ginger Beer), Chills (Reyka, Solerno, Muddled Cucumber, Lime, Soda, and a dash of bitters), and Scary Thoughts (Corzo Silver, Bacardi 8, Orgeat Almond, Lime Juice, Blueberry Syrup Float). Food is also available, including tortillas, smoked salmon bruschetta, and a grilled ham and boursin cheese sandwich.

The Alley Bar at Rowes Wharf is open Monday through Friday from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM during the summer months.

The Boston Harbor Hotel (including The Alley Bar) is located on the waterfront near the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and High Street. The hotel's website is at http://www.bhh.com/



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1 Comments:

Blogger ultrahip said...

Ummm...the Alley Bar is a gay bar at Pi Alley in Downtown Crossing. Did they ever think to research bar names in the area before deciding to call themselves one that already exists?

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