Boston, MA 02210
Housed comfortably in the InterContinental Boston, Miel Brasserie Provençal celebrates the organic wonders and intoxicating flavors of France's fascinating Côte d'Azur region. Incorporating herbs de Provence, lavender, honey and olive oil into the menu in delicious and often surprising ways, the AAA Four Diamond-rated restaurant brings the flavors of Provence right to Boston's waterfront.
The charming, honey-hued dining room, which overlooks Fort Point Channel, features a glass-enclosed private dining room for fourteen complete with a dramatic chandelier that sparkles with 486 olive oil cruets. For fans of al fresco dining, the seasonal patio nestled in the InterContinental Gardens is an ideal place to enjoy a meal outdoors.
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