Oct 2009 01


It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…ok maybe not but the chill in the air can definitely be felt.  It’s official summer is over and fall has quickly moved in.  I must say I do enjoy the fall fashion – scarves, jackets and sweaters…anyway.  I received the following notice from UrbanDaddy and thought I would share.  Being a total foodie I am always excited to hear of a new restaurant or lounge opening in the area – and this one seems like it could be Boston’s next see and be scene hotspot (sorry Liberty).  
So until Christmas time officially arrives and I can get my ski-bunny self out to Vail – Post 390 will have to fill the Colorado void.  
And up until now your list of high-end downtown restaurants combining ski-lodge cool with an urban locale has been decidedly blank, no matter how far down the Green Line you’ve traveled (turns out it doesn’t extend to the Rockies).

Enter Post 390, opening this Saturday and bringing you all the glory of toasting life in an Aspen tavern, with the bonus of being a little closer to home.

Located where a Post Office once sat (hence the name), Post is where you’ll go when you feel like exploring two full floors of urban tavern-ness (brought to you by the rustic folks behind Grill 23 and Harvest), complete with upstairs and downstairs bars, private rooms, a fireplace lounge, chef’s table and corner views of Copley Plaza and Trinity Church.

As you’d expect, they’ve got plenty of whiskey selections and beers here to go with your Lobster Pot Pie, but don’t leave without trying the house-brewed root beer. Order it traditional-style (on its own, in a glass), or find it in the sweet barbecue sauce that’s slathered on your St. Louis Ribs, compliments of two enormous in-house smokers.

Post 390 is currently taking reservations – please call 617-399-0015.  I’m for sure checking this place out – so please feel free to come say hello. 

Post 390
406 Stuart St  (at Clarendon)
Boston, MA 02116XX

1 Comment

  1. bubs says:

    sounds amazing…can’t wait to try it!

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