City Bar

Row 1

Details
65 Exeter St
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 933-4801
Bar, Food
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 4:30 PM–2:00 AM

A cool urban bar that is perfect if you want something different for your night out. City Bar has a wide variety of food and drinks, especially their inspired signature cocktails. And don't worry if you don't have time at night, they also have a late night menu of bites and of course, drinks. Gluten free menu's are also available. Try the Ginger-Peach Martini (stolichnaya peach, ginger syrup, lemon juice) or Kentucky Flu (makers mark, licor 43, citrus juices).

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Foursquare Tips

  • Great wait staff.
  • Small intimate place that serves great cocktails
  • Hands down best dirty martinis in the city.
  • Gouda-filled pork meatballs? Yes, it is in fact delicious.
  • Small but decent wine list and tasty mixed drinks!!
  • Watch for the bartender who adds ice in the cocktails. Rule #1 Don't cloud the martinis.
  • Absolutely sick whisky selection. Cheers.
  • Small but decent wine list. Great atmosphere.
  • Try a cocktail called the bramble, you won't regret it
  • Tall shelves, stacked high with ports & cognacs and a wide range of whiskys are lit from behind, & there are candles on the handful of lounge tables -- but that's about it for light in here.
  • The guava martini is EXCELLENT.
  • Primetime is about 10:30 PM. Small intimate room.
  • Meh. Decent vibe but sort of at odds with the Gilded Era luxury thing the rest of the hotel has happening. Homemade potato chips ain't bad.
  • The night manager and waitress were extremely nice and helpful
  • Great drinks
  • Decent bourbon selection
  • At 10pm it reeks of children and old people. And by reeks, I mean children and old people are hogging the tables.
  • They don't ID cus it's a hotel bar. That being said, you underage kids, don't ruin it for everyoneif you plan to, be ready to drop $15 on a cocktail.
  • Small place but make one hell of a cocktail. Try the China Rose, it's delightful.
  • Very nice selection of single malts...