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Top of the Hub

800 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02199

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Boasting some of the most impressive views of the city skyline, Top of the Hub, on the fifty-second floor of the Prudential Tower, is the city’s ultimate fine dining destination. Outstanding cuisine, impeccable service, and a sophisticated ambiance have made it a longstanding favorite among locals and tourists alike. Visitors delight in seasonal dishes and local seafood in its refined club-like atmosphere. Whatever the occasion – an intimate dinner, festive celebration or just a cocktail and a change of perspective – Top of the Hub, serving dinner, lunch and Sunday brunch, fits the bill.

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