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Tapestry is a dual concept restaurant aiming to bring many styles, cultures, and communities together. Chefs Meghann Ward and Kevin Walsh cook Neapolitan-style pizzas and shuck oysters in Tapestry's Expo Kitchen, while the Club Room serves a vegetable-driven modern American menu.
Online reservations are taken for parties of 6 or less, for brunch and dinner.
Boston, MA 02215
Hours of Operation:
Bar: 5:00-12 Tuesday-Sunday
Kitchen: 5:30-10pm Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday, 5:30-11 Friday & Saturday
Brunch: 10:30-2:30 Saturday & Sunday
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wine
Enjoy Neapolitan pizza and bar games in our Expo Kitchen or join us in the Club Room, where our Miami-inspired lounge meets modern American cuisine.
You bring the guests, we'll bring the party.
Tapestry Ratings and Reviews
I went on a Sunday, only to find the Club Room was closed. Instead, I paid the same price to eat in what is essentially an upscale college pizza bar. The food was not as good as the Club Room, despite the menu being advertised as the same. They did turn the music down request, but its definitely not a place to pay $15 dollars parking to take a guest. Oh, well.
Great place to try some unique spins on familiar dishes. Brussels sprouts were the standout dish. Oysters Rockefeller were amazing too!
The restaurant is the spot to go as the bar is lacking. My wife ordered Sangria and got something I honestly almost spit on the bar.
I got a Mojito and the bartender used Tequila! Lol
Soooo..... maybe just treat yourself to some great tapas style dishes here and save the drinks for Boylston st. After.
My review would have likely been higher if it were not for the service that we received. The small plates come out as they are made, which is nice. The food overall was pretty good, though on the salty side (which is saying a lot because as a long distance runner, I don't believe in too much salt). The sauces were incredible. However, our server was MIA for most of the meal. We would have likely ordered another drink, but she was busy chatting with the bartender or cleaning a table (despite not being busy). We ordered dessert and coffee and the coffee didn't arrive until 10 minutes after our dessert. We waited over 30 minutes for our check. For a restaurant with this price point, I expect way better service.
This is my second time at Tapestry. I still don't know quite what to make of it. It has three distinct looks: outdoor dining is on what appear to be plastic tables and the lighting lacks any ambiance. Indoors are game tables and a fantastic looking pizza oven, and then the "fine dining room." Here, the wall decor is kind of tiki bar, but the furnishings aren't. Food is fantastic and inventive. Wine list is brief, but has a good selection of interesting wines. They seem to have an interesting cocktail menu. Service was ok, but a little too casual for the room, and a little bit slow at the beginning. I want this place to succeed. Great oysters and tuna poke.
I was very annoyed that I had not been warned that the Club Room is not available on Tuesdays. Open Table explicitly states that on-line reservations are for the Club Room, but on Tuesdays that is not the case. The other room is MUCH more casual, which was not what I was looking for for this particular occasion.
It was nice that they still offer the Club Room menu even though the room itself was closed, and the food was very good.
This is the best restaurant in Boston. Anyone who wrote a bad review must be tasteless mindless- braindead. The food is incredible and creative, not pretentious at all and the environment is warm and inviting. The beverage program is easily one of the most sophisticated in the city, the food is out of this world and both are fairly priced.
Chicken was served undercooked. The waitress brought it back to the kitchen and confirmed it was undercooked, but then brought us another plate of undercooked chicken. Manager didn't seem concerned about it at all.
Servers were slow and unattentive. Several other patrons made a point of saying that they were leaving early because their food was taking too long to arrive.
It was our second time at Tapestry - almost forgot how much we liked it.
This time we were a group of four - we ordered 7 dishes to share - and then two desserts - all were terrific. Really like the wine list and brew list. Server was very knowledgeable and guided us well. Everyone loved the meal and are eager to return.
Food and service were excellent..again. Hamburger and trout both unusually good. Sorry to see the ribs off the menu. Had those last time and they were great too. Also, no ice cream but it's more of an eclectic menu (except for the burger). Still, really delicious.
The food and service were great! Our favorites were definitely the sangria and the greek nachos! The only unfortunate part was that we went on a Tuesday when the second room was closed. It looked so nice in there- would have been great for our group. Apparently there are two nights a week when that room is closed off- Tuesday is one of them. We'll remember that for next time!
Relatively small portions but delicious dinner. Went with friends before a Red Sox game. I had the trout which I thought was excellent. One of the guys had the ribs which he also found very tasty.
Hostesses were very pleasant and friendly. Service and attention from Kelly was excellent. It was a nice night so we ate outdoors which was also quite pleasant.
Got there at 5:50, had a couple of drinks and dinner and still made the first pitch at 7:10.
We'll definitely go there again.
This was a great find for a nice meal before a Red Sox game. We ate outside on a lovely night, and had a fabulous meal. Drinks were also very good. We treated it as a tapas meal, and the 4 of us enjoyed the variety of foods available. There are also lots of healthy choices. We will be back.
Nice place, creative brunch menu. Food was over salted, especially potatoes, roasted broccoli like in quinoa dish, and Turkish baked eggs. Even the salted, sweet, spiced donuts were a bit overwhelming on salt. Food was still very tasty. Huevos rancheros were excellent but tough to eat on fried Tortilla chips.
It is the 3rd time that I come to the Tapestry and have never been disappointed by the food so far. It is delicious and inventive. The buttermilk ceviche is excellent. We were please to enjoy the very good 1$ oysters at the bar while waiting for our table to be ready. The only down side of that evening: the service at the bar could have been a bit more fast. The server brought our check but after ten minutes I still couldn't have him take my credit card to pay, I had to go to the other bar to pay...
I've been a big Tapestry fan for some time now, but they always manage to knock it out of the park! You can come here for pre or post Red Sox beers, a romantic dinner, or something in between with their dual dinning room concept, and the cocktails are absolutely to die for. I couldn't recommend this place enough!
The waitress argued with us when we asked if 1/2 a pizza could be no onions. Beer was very expensive at $9 for a 16 oz. glass. Sat outside and got stuck in back by wall with no breeze. Noticed a party of one at a table for 4 in a prime spot. I had a reservation and had asked for outside. Won't go there again and am sad that Church is gone. Much better food and drinks!
Arrived right at 7pm for our reservation. The front room is completely different from the back (club room). Front is casual, sports bar with a view of the kitchen. Back is dark, swanky and intimate. We were seated right away in the club room by a very nice hostess. However, then we waited for a full 15 minutes with no service. What was really crazy is that there were only 3 other tables with guests in the whole restaurant (2 tables of 2 and a group of 4 or 5). Even crazier was that as we sat there being completely ignored, the table right next to us (3 feet away if that) was visited by several staff members 4 times. We were at the point of leaving and decided to literally grab someone walking by. It turns out he was not our waiter, maybe a bartender, but he more than made up for our being ignored. He was funny, friendly and enthusiastic about describing the food. Also, we were served 2 appetizers free of charge for the inconvenience. Our waiter seemed a bit flustered and nervous, but he did apologize. Maybe he's still learning the ropes. The food was amazing! Tapas style, so be prepared for small plates. Deviled eggs are amazing. Best I've had. You only get one egg, so order seconds. We also enjoyed the asparagus and the gnocchi was amazing. Chicken kabob and steak tartare were okay. But, I highly recommend deviled eggs and gnocchi. The atmosphere is great and the staff redeemed themselves. I would definitely go back!
The new design is odd. We really liked the bright happy feel it had but it's much grungier now. The combined menu for Tuesday's and Sundays is odd and feels a little disjointed. We weren't in the mood for pizza and the rest of the menu was odd and somewhat unappealing but the brussel sprout salad was good. I can't speak to the quality of the rest of the menu but we just didn't find anything appealing
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