PARLA serves modern Italian-influenced small plates to pair with its distinctive, whiskey-focused cocktails. Rough woods, copper accents and soft lighting decorate the intimate, speakeasy-inspired spot. The secret, password-required menu is worth discovering.
Since starting Reserve less than a year ago, it’s been amazing to see the warm reaction and excitement from diners and restaurateurs alike. We’ve made it our mission to bring better dining to more people and more partners in more cities, and today we’re excited to announce that Reserve will soon be coming to Washington D.C.
BISQ is a restaurant and wine bar serving inventive American small plates. The sleek, dark wood finishings and wine-bottle decor create an intimate, modern atmosphere. The space also features an open kitchen, marble charcuterie counter and two bars serving a French-focused wine program, along with a variety of beer offerings.
Townsman has been described as the ultimate brasserie-inspired, nose-to-tail New England restaurant. One thing’s for sure — at this neighborhood favorite, Chef Matt Jennings knows how to celebrate the bounty of the Northeast on menus bursting with sustainable, seasonal flavors and ingredients. We caught up with him recently to ask him about his favorite dish.
Fall’s our favorite time for cozy hats, cuddly mittens and chunky sweaters. While those are great for keeping you toasty on the outside, we also love sipping on autumnal drinks to warm us from the inside. Here are our picks for the season’s best fall cocktails to keep you happily hydrated all season long.
Peter Esmond has a deep appreciation for what hospitality really means. From helping his parents run a cozy bed and breakfast in Colorado as a teenager, to running the floor at arguably the best Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City — Thomas Keller’s Per Se — he’s experienced the ins and outs of guest management on every level. In 2012 he launched Set for Service, a restaurant CRM and guest management platform which was acquired by Reserve earlier this year.
Where are you dining this week? From neighborhood classics to pop-up concepts and new locations to old favorites, the options for your next meal out are endless. Request your seat, and let your concierge guide you to your next dining experience.
THE DUCK INN serves duck-focused inventive American fare from Michelin-rated Chef Kevin Hickey. The restaurant’s ‘60s decor, featuring vintage light fixtures, brown-on-brown furnishings and record players, creates a lively, old-school atmosphere. An extensive cocktail menu and a variety of local beers are offered, as well as bar snack and brunch menus.
Eager to dine at one of Boston’s hottest new restaurants but heartbroken to find that you can’t make a reservation? Problem solved. Welcome Select Oyster Bar, Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar and BISq to Reserve. Reservations aren’t usually available online, but they are through the Reserve app.
Football season is in full swing (er, pass)! Cheering on your favorite team can really make you work up an appetite, and no game day would be complete without some tasty foods to fuel you through all those timeouts. Here’s a list of our favorite burgers, snacks and bites to nosh on before, after or during the game.