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The Beehive

541 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116

The Beehive restaurant information
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Located in the underbelly of the Cyclorama Building in the South End, The Beehive has the look and feel of a spacious artist’s studio. The former boiler room, with its rough brick walls, comes alive nightly with striking decorative murals and live entertainment from local musicians.

The “starving artist” menu offers a collage of rustic, artisanal fare from Europe, the Mediterranean and America. Behind the bar, an all-star roster of talented bartenders pours some of the city’s most sippable cocktails.

News and Events at The Beehive restaurant

Mi Casa Bee Casa
The Beehive hosts a celebration of all things Mexican at their annual Cinco de Mayo fiesta, Mi Casa Bee Casa ...

Step Up for Stepping Strong
The Beehive presents a marathon day of Marathon Monday celebrations in support of the Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Fund.

Boston Marathon Buzz
The Beehive will be hopping Sunday, April 19th with a pre-marathon party, featuring lots of pasta.


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