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Abby Lane

255 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116

Abby Lane restaurant information
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Opened in the heart of the Theater District in late 2012, Abby Lane is the sophomore effort from chef Jason Santos of Blue Inc. and Hell’s Kitchen fame. Though it’s an ideal spot for a pre-show bite or post-performance drink, the Tremont Street restaurant (right across from the Wang Theater) caters as much to neighborhood residents with delicious, reasonably-priced handcrafted food and spirits.

Designed by HGTV & Food Network designer, Taniya Nayak, the two-level restaurant features comfortable dining areas on both the first and second floors. Both levels of Abby Lane feature plenty of seating, full-service bars, and large windows which open wide to the street making it a great spot for people-watching in the bustling neighborhood.

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