AskMen 8/16/11From chandeliers and fire places reminiscent of Boston’s finer times to chic décor and live entertainment, The Brahmin brings a chic twist to a stately period!
33 Stanhope st
boston, MA 02116
Opened in August of 2011 in the Back Bay neighborhood, The Brahmin American Cocktails & Cuisine pays homage to the city’s most inconspicuous subculture – the Boston Brahmin. With the interior evoking the elegance of a historic brownstone, the Brahmin features a restaurant and lounge ideal for any occasion. Its Classic American menu boasts an eclectic array of shared plates alongside signature entrees that is complemented by a sophisticated handcrafted cocktail program recalling the Brahmin days past. The interior is lined with chandeliers and is adorned in tones of warm amber and dramatic crimson and features antiquities reminiscent of Boston’s cultural history.
Eats & Drinks
The Brahmin features a series of traditional shared plates with a twist alongside inspired entrees and a sophisticated craft cocktail menu that pays homage to Boston’s classic Brahmin subculture.
The Brahmin evokes the classic elegance of a historic Boston brownstone. Accented in copper and maroon tones and complete with chandeliers, exposed brick, tufted banquettes and couches, the Brahmin is a chic restaurant and lounge located in the fashionable Back Bay area.
Thrillist 9/20/11Live DJs, Gatsby-inspired decor, and an extensive craft cocktail menu featuring Sears' Island (vodka, coconut rum, peach schnapps, and cranberry/pineapple juice) makes for a high-class experience.
Melissa N.9/29/11Love the DJ and the center bar.
Eugene K.8/31/11Slow service on the patio, but good cocktails and decent small plates. Killer mac & cheese, and good fried pickles. Cocktails of choice: the Older Sister and Moscow Mule.
Boston Phoenix 11/16/11Our critic says get the sidecar or the Bellini. To eat, tater tots three ways, grilled white asparagus, portobello flatbread, and meatballs.