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140 Boylston St · interesting places nearby
Overlooking the Boston Common, this sophisticated French restaurant has an unbeatable location and a highly lauded wine program, including an amazing menu of wines by the glass, for better sampling. Impeccably prepared food items – such as rice-crusted halibut or roasted suckling pig – are listed with a 'wine inspiration' to perfectly please your palate. Service can be a little snooty.
Unfortunately, this is a restaurant, not a wine bar. So you can't sit at a table unless you're ordering a meal. Also, note the surcharge for sharing – even appetizers.