Published on June 23, 2015

New Globally Inspired Restaurants on Reserve Boston

Our newest Reserve partners in Boston will have you excited to try something inspired by far-off places, right in your own backyard! From modern Italian in Brookline to Korean fusion in Faneuil Hall, your next great dining experience just got a little closer to where you live and work.

Ribelle (Brookline)



Massachusetts local Tim Maslow wowed The Boston Globe’s Devra First to the tune of a rare 4-star review with his modern Italian cuisine at Ribelle. The space is anchored by a beautiful communal table, and the cozy patio sits quietly in Brookline’s Washington Square. With one of Boston’s best sommelier’s, Theresa Paopao picking the wines, you couldn’t be in better hands for a great meal.


Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar (Back Bay)



Red is the theme at Lolita, with tables of fresh roses, brick-lined walls, and garnet-colored lighting washing over the cozy, subterranean dining room. Locals and visitors alike go to Lolita to enjoy creative tequila cocktails, creative Mexican fare and the famous complimentary cotton candy.

Koy (Faneuil Hall)



Koy’s eclectic menu juxtaposes classic Korean dishes with forward-thinking fusion, like their Steak and Cheese dumplings. The roomy patio overlooks Boston’s famous Faneuil Hall, which makes it a great destination to relax after a long day exploring the city.

Red Lantern (Back Bay)



From Big Night Entertainment group, Red Lantern is a staple of the Back Bay restaurant scene. The high-ceilinged space is dotted with statues of the happy Buddha, and of course, Chinese-style red lanterns. Expect fresh sushi, tasty bao and delectable noodles from the open kitchen.

Empire (Seaport)



In a beautiful, sprawling space in the Seaport district lies Empire, the newest restaurant from Big Night Out Entertainment Group. Dishes like Asian-style fried calamari, lobster rangoons and seasonal specialties like soft-shell crab keep Bostonians coming back for more.

Les Zygomates (Financial District)



Les Zygomates is a Parisian-style bistro in the Leather District, serving French classics like salad nicoise, charcuterie and foie gras for over 25 years. Affectionately referred to as Les Zyg’s, guests come for the food and fine wine and stay for the nightly live jazz performances.

Bel Ari (Financial District)



Bel Ari serves modern Italian cuisine “from all over the boot,” right next door to it’s sister restaurant, Les Zygomates. The centerpiece of the space is a reclaimed industrial lathe turned communal wine tasting table, and the kitchen serves classic Italian dishes including pastas, meatballs and chicken under brick.

Happy dining,

Maddie Bergier, Reserve Boston

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