Boston, MA 02215
Just a few blocks from Fenway Park, Church Restaurant & Nightclub is like a two-for-one special - a casual American bistro on one side and a live music venue on the other. Born from a love of good music, great food and creative drinks, the restaurant serves a contemporary menu of creative comfort food for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. An eclectic wine list covers almost every region of the world, and The Seven Deadly Sins cocktail list features drinks to suit your palate and your particular vice.
The restaurant's modern take on a gothic theme includes commissioned pieces from local artists - stained glass windows, hand-poured flagstone floors and edgy local photography. During the warm summer months, saints and sinners congregate on the outdoor patio for dinner and drinks.
On the other side is a 250 person capacity, full-fledged music venue where the stage plays host to local and touring artists playing every type of music imaginable. In addition, pool tables and plasma TVs are also located throughout the club, providing a great place to watch the game.
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Chef John Rush hails from a tiny town near Allentown, Pennsylvania.
He earned a bachelor's degree from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York before moving to Boston to begin his career. Rush was fortunate enough to land a job in the kitchen at Radius, where he spent three and a half years learning the ropes. He calls it "a four-star experience."
At Ashmont Grill, only his 2nd professional position, Rush re-created the weekend brunch menu at the popular neighborhood restaurant in Dorchester.
He soon found his way to Church, in the Fenway, where his brand of upscale comfort food is earning him loyal fans.