Bostonia Public House Boston, Guide & Review
This classic joint is located in the landmark Board of Trade building at the intersection of State and Broad streets; Bostonia Public House celebrates the history and tradition of Boston. The design considerately combines plain elements, modern accents, and unique finishes that will remind Bostonians of their rich and colorful heritage. Bostonia is a shiny and playful venue offering an American menu within a vibrant bar atmosphere. Bostonia has two floors offering a range of event possibilities. The upstairs (1880 Room & Board of Trade Room) is the most popular to rent for private events. For cocktail events with up to 180 guests or 80 seated guests. You can also rent out all of Bostonia (buyout) with a capacity of 420 guests for a cocktail event. Feel free to send them an inquiry via the Bostonia website.
The classic joint also features outdoor Seating, Television, Wheelchair Accessible Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Takeout, Reservations, Private Dining, Street Parking, highchairs available, and Free Wifi.
The foods & beverage offerings are intended to be approachable and shiny. Imaginative and locally-inspired menus, diverse wine by the glass offerings, and elegant live entertainment combine to promote a vibrant social scene.
Bostonia Public House is an elegant yet unpretentious addition to the restaurant landscape of downtown Boston. The space thoughtfully integrates rustic elements with modern accents. Iconic architecture, raw building materials, and vintage finishes are juxtaposed and flattered by distinctive lighting, glossy brick treatments, and marble flooring. The cognac/coffee tones exude a casual stylishness and foster a warm, approachable feel.
The atmosphere is best described as sociably sophisticated. An ambiance that lends itself to both a polished dining experience and a spirited bar environment. An attractive space for discerning urbanites and casual diners alike. A place where friends can socialize after work, anyone can pull up a stool and feel at home, and visitors come to revel in the ‘Boston experience’.see you there.