Boston, MA 02215
In 1997, Clio took up residence in the Eliot Hotel, turning a basic neighborhood watering hole (the Eliot Lounge) into an elegant Parisian-style supper club that quickly earned a national reputation.
Chef Ken Oringer’s unique contemporary French-American cooking, done with a more-than-occasional Asian twist, continues to captivate – as does the restaurant’s leopard-spotted carpet, a favorite focal point for reviewers. Expect décor that is chic and service that is indulgent. As Boston Magazine put it “Whatever your state of mind when you go in, you’ll feel pampered when you leave.”
Sugar Rush 2014
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CREATE, Back for Round Three
Boston’s most innovative artistic celebration, CREATE, returns on Sunday, June 1st, to showcase the city’s rising culinary and ...