Monday, January 04, 2010

The Seaport Bar and Grille on the Waterfront Has Closed

A waterfront restaurant and bar in Boston's Seaport District with sweeping views of the city and several dining and bar areas has closed its doors. According to its Facebook page, the Seaport Bar and Grille served its last meal on New Year's Eve after being in business on Northern Avenue since the 1980s. And as reported here earlier, a new dining spot and watering hole called The Whiskey Priest looks to take over the spot vacated by the restaurant.

The Seaport Bar and Grille, which featured mostly American fare, pub grub, and seafood, shared its harborside building with the Atlantic Beer Garden, which, according to Grub Street Boston and several other sources, owns the Seaport space and is behind the future opening of The Whiskey Priest. Formerly called The Water View, The Seaport Bar and Grille featured an outdoor deck with a spectacular view of Boston Harbor as well as the city skyline.

As we find out more information on The Whiskey Priest (menu, opening day, etc.), we will post an update here.

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