Emerald Lounge in the Revere Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts definitely lives up to its name. The interior is ultra-modern and features mostly silver and emerald d�cor. Aside from the resident DJs, there are touring DJs brought in regularly to play at night.
The menu at Emerald Lounge is a mix of locally sourced ingredients from all over New England and incredible one-of-a-kind cocktails designed by the nationally-recognized mixologist, Curtis McMillan. Executive Chef Mike Kelly has created some delicious dishes for diners at Emerald Lounge like the sweet Italian sausage brick oven pizza, the parmesan truffle fries, steak frites, pan seared ahi tuna and much more.
You should call to ask about your reservation. We had booked a table for NYE and when we got there we were told it was $150 per person. Would've been nice to know before we got there that they were charging
Went to Emerald for pre theater drinks. Drinks were fantastic and food was pretty good. Ordered a bunch of different things and shared. Who wants to eat a big meal before sitting for hours in a theater anyways? Not a large menu but found enough things to satisfy everyone. The coconut shrimp was the general favorite among us. I preferred the sliders. The lobster rangoon needed a little more lobster, didn't really taste it. We ate outside on the deck because that was the only place that had actual tables, inside was low seating with small tables. Would have worked for a date night but it was a group of us who needed to order a little more food. Service was outstanding. They were very attentive and friendly.
The food and drinks were very good. They were very short staffed. The ambience was suitable as it was like Oz and we were going tos ee Wicked...not alot of seatiing. Very nightclub atmosphere which is not our style.
The brunch was good but very limited menu. Mimosas were delicious!!!!. Would have liked more selections on menu. Great deal on discounted parking before the show. Nice walk to the Opera House. Nice people watching from the outside dining.
We had two of the "Wicked" themed cocktails and a plate of coconut shrimp before a Friday night show. Food service was a little bit slow but we had plenty of time to enjoy our drinks and people-watch from the outdoor patio before a short walk to the Opera House.
This place didn't get me any dining points and it was literally in ful on nightclub mode ar 5:30pm. Slightly awkward to eat at.
Cute place with upbeat night life
We went on a Saturday night around 7:30 for dinner and drinks. The service was a disaster! The server never smile, every time that she came to take the order she was looking at the mirror instead of even TRYING to pay attention to us (we found that very offensive). We were the only table at that time, I'm sure she had time to look herself at the mirror later. We ordered Duck Spring rolls, hamburgers, French fries, etc and we asked for ketchup; our server said that they don't have KETCHUP in the RESTAURANT. Really???? (They are part of the hotel as well). Well, overall the service was TERRIBLE!! I live 2 blocks from here but we will never come back!
Made uncomfortable by weird seats, unprofessional waitress and terrible sliders.
There were issues from the begining...my group of friends got there before me and were turned away by a sign on the door for a private party and the doors would be open at 9pm...reservation was at 8:30pm. We didn't receive anyy notice only an email stating they were looking forward to taking care of us. I received a call shortly after 8:30 with appologies for the miscommunication. We ended up going and received a warm welcome by the hostess, she was great. The waitress took a long time with our 1st round of drinks and when the food finally came the presentation was better than the taste. Our drinks were delicious and the crowd and atmosphere were the best part of the night. Definitely would give the establishment another chance.