Avenue One at the Hyatt Regency Boston
Green Line - Park Street
Avenue One Restaurant offers private dining options for parties of 10-50 people. Our creative culinary team will design a personalized menu that best suits your needs and inspires your palate. Book your event at Hyatt Regency Boston today and allow us to delight your guests.View Private Dining Details
Went for a quick dinner before the theater and it was great. Nice selection, quick service, in same building as where I park for the Opera House and only a half a block away. And it wasn't insanely loud and busy. I will go again.
This is the second time I've gone here before a show at the Opera House. Both times, I've had the same terrible experience. Clearly, the restaurant does not know how to hire & properly train its waitstaff. On both occasions the waiter (not the same people) didn't understand the drink order. Rather than speaking with the bartender (who presumably would know) they came back to the table to say they didn't understand or that they didn't have what was ordered. This week, my companion ordered a Red Sangria. The waitress returned saying they didn't carry that wine. It's on the menu; shouldn't the waiter know the menu? On both occasions, we ordered an appetizer and then each order an entree. On both occasions, they waiter had no memory of the appetizer order. This time, a gentleman (in a suit) delivered our steak knives and noticed my Broadway in Boston card. I advised that we did have tickets and hoped we'd get our meal - starting with appetizer - fairly quickly. The waitress re-appeared and said something to the effect of "oh, you ordered an appetizer? I didn't remember that". Then she appears and says our meals are ready and the app is shortly to come, do we want the app delivered first or all together. I would have canceled the app at that point but my friend wanted to try it. So, all was delivered. I had ordered the (A) steak frites, my friend the (B) other steak dish with mashed potatoes/veg. The waitress delivered two of the B dishes, no steak frites for me. At this point, time was of the essence so I accepted the dish. I did ask "you will do what for us?" and she said she'd comp the dish. I did ream her out a bit - suggesting she needed to write down orders if she can't remember them. She eventually said something about it having been a long weekend. Anyway, she comped 50% of the bill, so that was something. But, I'd never go again or recommend the place. $35 entrees deserve better service. The food is okay (it was much better last time). Not worth the hassle.
Delicious lunch with my wife before a matinee at the Broadway-in-Boston, Boston Opera House just a half block away. Attractive and quiet venue with excellent food and service. Easy parking too. Overall, a perfect afternoon.
My husband & I went here for an early dinner before a performance at the Boston Opera House (the theater is half a block away if that is helpful for any of you to know). The restaurant is elegant, comfortable, and quiet. It was easy for us to hear each other so we were able to enjoy our conversation. My husband had the baked scrod and thought it was wonderful. I ordered two appetizers for my dinner, the crab cakes and the chicken dumplings. Both dishes were flavorful and delicious. Be aware that the dumplings come with sriracha sauce which is killer hot, and maybe you like that but, if not, you can order the sauce on the side or none at all, which is what I did. The dumplings are plenty tasty alone. Our waiter, Abdul, was super attentive, friendly, and efficient, which made the meal all the more pleasant. Altogether it was a very positive experience. We will go back.
Food was excellent; we had language challenge with server.
The waiter did not come to my table. I had to go request a manager and a menu. When he showed and I wanted to order off the menu he told me to go to the buffet and get it myself.
I was trying to order al a cart which was an available option. I never received service. Completely humiliated by the experience.
Attended Mothers Day brunch and was very pleased with our experience. Food was outstanding and the service was fantastic. Highly recommend experiencing all that Ave One has to offer.
We had a 1 1/2 hour to eat before sound of music. Almost no one in the restaurant. After we ordered dessert - we waited at least 15 min. Had to eat 2 bits and run to show, just barely in time. Frustrating.
We just had brunch before a matinee at the theater across the street. Loved the decor and atmosphere. Brunch food was very average. The omelette was made to order and enjoyable.
Would like to go back and try it for dinner. It
was a quiet and romantic atmosphere. Hope the food at dinner is more imaginative.
Our server wasn’t the best, forgot our app order but then kept interrupting us to order. Martinis came in champagne glasses. Weird. But the food and ambience were fantastic.
There was work being done to hang a curtain track and the noise was unacceptable
during the dinner hour. Our waiter was very apologetic and offered us complementary
desserts, but it did not help the ambience at all.
If you're going to the Opera House for any production, start your evening off right with a meal at Avenue One. You can get really light fare or a more substantial dinner. On this particular night, my dining companion and I both ordered the haddock with asparagus. Perfect portion, delectably done. And the bonus, there's parking in the building and it is directly across the street from the Opera House-- it just couldn't be more convenient than that.
Great if you want a quiet dinner. We had tix to the ballet and the location was perfect. One of our dishes was warm when it should have been hot. My steak was over salted and over cooked. Great location but food could have been better.
Service greatly improved from last year. Food great too!!
Good spot for a quick pre show bite to eat, its directly above Lafayette place parking and less than a block to Boston opera house. The menu is brief, just a few entrees plus sandwiches and salads. Dinner salads are good and large. I had Cobb salad, nice assortment of veggies/protein and very nice light vinaigrette. My companion had Caesar salad, it was also good. Sharing portions of sides are small for the cost.
Excellent service, attentive, friendly and efficient. They do a good job monitoring time to ensure you make the show.
The staff was friendly and got us out quick to make our show without feeling rushed.
Still the best value for dine out Boston. Appetizer and main course were great. Dessert was ok.
We had a wonderful lunch
We had William for a waiter
He made us feel special for our 41st anniversary and we were glad we celebrated it there
The service and food were top notch
It’s a beautiful room, high ceilings, and beautiful art work.
My family group had lunch before attending the ballet. The location to the Theater District is perfect, food is good, waiter was very attentive to our party even though the bar did not open until 3pm he brought us Mamosas. Parking was convenient.
Always a wonderful time at Avenue One. The staff are always friendly and helpful. I recommend this location to anyone who is going to the theatre or looking for a nice night out in Boston. (With easy access parking too!!)
The service was excellent. 6 people and we all loved our meals.
Perfect location for going to the Opera House Theater.
Food was average, service was terrible. This goes along with previous reviews I read.
Excellent service and food. Reliable dinner spot prior to a night a the Opera House
Hidden gem for pre and post theatre and for Boston Common area!!!
We had a party of 4 and two meals arrived cold and did not have correct garnishes. One drink from the bar arrived in a severely chipped glass. All in all a disappointing meal.
As usual food was amazing...everyone had something different and it was all outstanding. Everyone was happy with their meal...flatbed pizza was especially wonderful. Cant go wrong with this restaurant.
Great location for parking near the Opera House. Nothing exciting.
We had an excellent meal pre-theater. Food was prompt and excellent quality. Service was also very good. We will definitely go again.
We weren't going to go because it is in a hotel (Hyatt) but the proximity to the theater and farm to table aspect of it was intriguing. It is what it represented, a pleasant place to enjoy dinner in the middle of the theater district. Would definitely do it again. Another plus, particularly in the winter is that it is accessible from the parking garage from inside. We left our heavy coats in the car, had dinner & walked across the street for the show.
Love the Hyatt, everything they do. The entire staff works together to create a relaxed and welcoming experience. Avenue One is no exception.
Good location, nice space. Went for lunch with a friend. Both dishes were tasteless. I'd return for afternoon tea/coffee or a drink, but won't eat there again.
We were fortunate to find this restaurant so close to the Opera House for our pre - Nutcracker dinner with our granddaughter.
The food was excellent, and the service warm, welcoming and efficient. We will definitely dine at Avenue One again.
I was there with two grandchildren for lunch before an event at the Opera House. Perfect location for this. Our waiter was great, very solicitous of the girls. Food was good.
Really appreciated the vegetarian and vegan options. The food was delicious, and our server was very attentive. A very enjoyable meal.
Boston Ballet tickets. Service slow and not attentive. Sat near kitchen door. Food was ok.
Had lunch before theater- location great! Food was good-and service fantastic. Nice place for our group of 8 to eat and catch up with each other. Server was exceptional- attentive and friendly
Good food, great service
Just one compliant some of the tables are too close to your neighbors
Need to space them out
Best waiter ever! Negotiate breakfast and lunch menus, surprise birthday cake and ensured that we had a great time! Bravo!
Our waitress was pitiful. We ordered dinner and I asked for a beer. Five minutes passed and she finally brought the beer, plopped the bottle down on the table with no glass and no napkin. I asked for a glass and five minutes later it arrived. Interestingly, it was identical to the water glasses on our table and on the adjacent table where nobody was sitting. Part of our order was a Spinach Salad which we told the waitress we would share. We also asked that the kitchen lightly dress our salad. It arrived 10 minutes later with dressing on the side. There were no dishes brought for us to share the salad. When I asked for dishes the waitress brought us two 4 inch bread plates. There was no utensils for us to mix the dressing into the salad. When I asked for utensils I was given one teaspoon. It was laughable how poorly we were serviced. Our food arrived 30 minutes later. I should say here that we informed our waitress that we had a ballet to attend and asked if our service could be quick. My wife's vegetable risotto was fine. My grilled salmon was horrible. It was a small, poorly cooked piece of fish that frankly smelled and tasted as if it were a bad piece of fish. Our waitress was not responding to our gestures so I stood up and got the head waiter's attention. He graciously took the meal away and asked if I'd like anything else. Insofar as we had a ballet show to make and it had taken so long to get our meals already I explained that I didn't think there would be time. He suggested a bowl of soup. I agreed and he brought it to me quickly. The attentiveness of the head waiter to my problem was the only positive aspect of our time at this restaurant. I would never recommend that anybody choose to dine at Avenue One.