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Featuring Chef Tatiana Rosana’s Maple and Chili Roasted Calabaza with Feta and Walnuts
Boston’s historic Seaport is reborn as the city’s newest attraction
In just over a decade, the once-abandoned waterside has become an architectural mecca and popular travel destination for the art crowd
Cool Hunting: WORD OF MOUTH: BOSTON SEAPORT
Condé Nast Traveler - An Amtrak Ride Through the U.S.'s Best Fall Foliage
Maximize leaf peeping by taking Amtrak across the country.
Condé Nast Traveler – Top Hotels in Boston
We’ve been named a top Boston hotel by Condé Nast Traveler’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Forbes – The Best Hotels in Boston
For the mid-century modern aesthetic lover, head to the Envoy Hotel in Boston’s Seaport.
NBC10 Boston – Luxury in Your Hometown
The Hub Today’s Colton Bradford visits The Envoy Hotel is Seaport who is offering luxe digs for the perfection staycation.
Boston.com – 25 patios for every outdoor occasion
The aptly named Lookout Rooftop at the Seaport’s Envoy Hotel boasts beautiful views of Boston along with playfully-named cocktails like the rum-based Southie Shuffle.
The Telegraph – The Envoy Hotel
The Envoy adds Scandinavian hygge to a picturesque location on Boston’s harbour. Join locals taking in wondrous city views over drinks on the Lookout rooftop bar, and dine in Outlook on the ground floor — it’s one of the Seaport District’s best restaurants.
Condé Nast Traveler – What to Do in Boston in March 2019
Some of the city’s newer, glossier establishments will give their own twist to the iconic Irish holiday. Outlook Kitchen, whose chef Tatiana Rosana recently appeared on Food Network’s Chopped and Beat Bobby Flay, will offer a four-course dinner menu with a whiskey and cocktail tasting on Thursday, March 14 for $59.
Greenwich Magazine – Beyond City Limits
The all-glass Envoy Hotel sits across the water from Boston’s most famous historic sites. The etching on the sidewalk at the entrance sums up the hotel, and the area; it says “This Way Forward.” The room interiors are as sleek as the hotel’s exterior; all of the furnishings are custom-made.
metro – 20 fun things to do in Boston for New Year’s Eve 2018
There aren’t many things to do in Boston for New Year’s that are held on a rooftop, but you can party all night long atop the Envoy Hotel. Sip on cocktails while staying warm in a heated igloo. The special seating is only available to groups who make reservations for New Year’s Eve.
Conde Nast Traveler – What to do in Boston this Month
Dinner With A “Chopped” Champion – Two-time Food Network “Chopped” champion Tatiana Rosana will offer a five-course tasting menu with tequila pairings at Outlook Kitchen & Bar on January 23. Tickets are $99 per person and the menu promises great fun, with rock shrimp and sea urchin tiradito, tamales de pollo asado, and CD...
Brides – 12 Winter Wonderland Rooftops that are Perfect for Holiday Engagement Parties
Cozy up under fleece blankets inside your very own heated igloo, where a server balancing trays of “snuggle juice” and other hot tipples is only a click of a button away. At Lookout Rooftop at The Envoy, you’ll be surrounded by blustery Boston Harbor views and electric bubble tent hues, so don’t forget to bring a wireless charger for all the ‘gramming th...
The Manual – The Best Ice Bars Around the World
Same arctic ambiance as the NYC spot, but set up overlooking the Seaport District of Boston at the rooftop of the Envoy Hotel. The cocktails at this Igloo Bar, however, are crafted by Envoy’s master mixologist Brain McDougal.
Boston Magazine – After Chopped Win, Chef Tatiana Rosana’s TV Career is Heating Up
Here’s how the Outlook Kitchen leader slayed her first (but definitely not her last) reality competition.
Boston Herald – Envoy chef Tatiana Rosana whips up win on ‘Chopped’
Chef Tatiana Rosana, head chef at the Envoy Hotel, won Food Network’s Cuban-themed episode of “Chopped,” which premiered Tuesday night.
The Daily Meal – 20 American Cities With the Best Food Scenes Right Now
It’s not all about lobster rolls and clam chowder in Boston (although you can get some pretty stellar ones at Pauli’s and Summer Shack). The Massachusetts city is home to just about every other type of cuisine out there. “Top Chef” alum Carl Dooley has the French-inspired The Table at Season to Taste, Yume Wo Katare boasts world-class ramen, O Ya is home base for sushi l...
Brit + Co – The Ultimate Weekend Guide to Boston: 48 Hours in Beantown
Book a stay at The Envoy Hotel right in the heart of Boston. Drop your suitcase in your room, then proceed directly to the rooftop bar for a sunset cocktail and a taste of the good life. You’ll be close to several popular local attractions, including Faneuil Hall Marketplace, where you’ll have no shortage of dining options. Another solid choice is Fairmont Copley Plaza. Steps away f...
Boston Globe – Boston chef Tatiana Rosana to compete on Food Network’s ‘Chopped’
Boston chef Tatiana Rosana will soon take her culinary talents to the small screen. The executive chef at Outlook Kitchen and Bar and Lookout Rooftop and Bar at the Seaport’s Envoy Hotel will compete on an upcoming episode of Food Network’s “Chopped” on Sept. 11.
Food Channel – Bee’s Nest Cocktail
Looking for a perfect summer cocktail? Give this signature Bee’s Nest cocktail from the Lookout Rooftop at The Envoy, one of Boston’s premier rooftop lounges with views of the Boston skyline and waterfront, a whirl!
Boston Globe – Things to do in Boston with your guests on the cheap
For years, we trotted adult visitors up to a certain sky deck and paid handsomely for a lofty view. Now, we just take them up to a rooftop bar and spend that money on a round of beverages. One of our favorites is located in the Envoy Hotel (www.theenvoyhotel.com) where even a fancy cocktail doesn’t cost as much as a ticket to that other sky-high spot.
Boston Magazine – 11 Healthy Things to Do This Week Around Boston
Follow up a rooftop yoga class with frosé at the Envoy Hotel, learn how to do a handstand like a pro at Starr Yoga, and more.
Jetsetter – 50 States of Cocktails: Where to Drink (With a View) Across America This Summer
The Lookout Rooftop & Bar at the Envoy, an Autograph Collection Hotel has been Boston’s hot spot for drinks with amazing waterfront views ever since it opened in 2015, but a recent $4 million expansion has made it even better. We’re talking 2,500 square feet more space and a plush seated section overlooking the Seaport District, where you can while away happy hours among the cit...
Brit + Co – They’ve Got the Beat: The 10 Best American Cities for Live Music
Loved for its Dirty Water and cursed in its sports teams, the New England city’s large population of college students fuels its music scene, particularly in Cambridge (known as the “Brooklyn of Boston”). Check out the live music (and craft beer) at the underground Beat Brasserie in Harvard Square to revel in the very Williamsburg vibes of the hipster capital of Massachusetts. ...
Best Products – You Know the Freedom Trail — Now Try These Other Can’t-miss Things To Do in Boston
When the weather cooperates, head to a rooftop bar for an alfresco drink. Atop the Seaport’s Envoy Hotel is the Lookout Rooftop and Bar, overlooking the harbor and serving local brews like Bent Water and Lord Lobo. Nearby is the 12th floor Sky Lounge at the new YOTEL and rooftop bar at the Revere Hotel.
Uproxxx – A Beloved Boston Bartender Shares His Favorite Local Drinking Spots
This week we’re in Boston, indulging our passion for rooftop bars, at The Envoy’s incomparable Lookout Rooftop. Recently renovated, Lookout is summertime drinking goals personified. The cocktails are handcrafted and visually stunning, the panoramic views of the Boston skyline are breathtaking (they’ll look killer in your Instagram feed), and the newly added Harbor Lounge offer...
Condé Nast Traveler – 13 Best Hotels in Boston
One of the city’s most exciting new hotels, the Envoy is a perfect microcosm for everything that’s great about Boston at the moment. Located just across the water from South Station and the city’s top historical sites, the Envoy has a sleek, all-glass exterior that blends in with its neighborhood—the thriving Seaport District—while reflecting the old buildings acro...
Boston.com – The Envoy Hotel’s Lookout Rooftop Bar got an Ooh-worthy Expansion
The $4-million renovation adds more space, better views, and the new VIP Harbor Lounge.
The Improper Bostonian – Bees Nest Recipe
This is so refreshing that you wouldn’t know that it’s gin,” says Envoy Hotel head bartender Brian McDougall. The liquor—distilled the same day its ingredients are gathered by a full-time forager—is the cornerstone of the new cocktail, but gin haters shouldn’t shy away from this riff on a Bee’s Knees that also features a fruity, all-natural, Massachuset...
Luxury Hotels Magazine – 5 of the Best Luxury Boutique Hotels in Boston
Situated in Boston’s busting Seaport neighborhood, the Envoy is not only a top notch boutique hotel but also one of the city’s hippest hangouts. Tourists and locals alike gravitate here to lap up its hand-made craft cocktails and micro brews while enjoying sweeping skyline views from the rooftop bar. There’s also an acclaimed on-site restaurant serving locally sourced food. If...
The Envoy Hotel Announces Renovation of Rooftop Bar
This Summer, The Envoy Hotel in Boston’s Seaport District, announces the completion of a $4 million expansion and renovation of Lookout Rooftop. A favorite for locals and visitors alike, Lookout is a premier outdoor destination situated in the up-and-coming Seaport District and offers expansive views of the Boston skyline and waterfront. The space will expand nearly 2,500 sq. ft. and will...
Boston Mag – Best Neighborhood Bar, Seaport
Something about high altitudes just makes drinks taste better. Try it for yourself at the Envoy Hotel roof deck, which boasts one of the city’s best vistas. And on this patio, the party lasts all year long, with glowing igloos to keep you toasty (and toasted).
Glamour.com – For Women of Color, Hotel Shampoo Isn’t Just Meh – It’s Literally Unusable
At The Envoy Hotel in Boston, general manager Joe Mellia says they have a partnership with Fresh—both because the price is reasonable and because its shampoos and conditioners can be used on any hair texture.
New England Living – Seaport Getaway
The Envoy Hotel, built in 2015 has quickly become a popular venue for Lookout, their rooftop bar that overlooks Boston Harbor, the Fort Point Channel and buildings of the Financial District. The hotel’s 136 rooms and suites are furnished minimally with pops of color, and modern designs and floor-to-ceiling windows expose the city skyline.
OUT Magazine – Boston’s Seaport: The Neighborhood We’re All About to Flock To
One of the first new structures added to the Seaport’s checkerboard of brick-layered buildings, the Envoy, part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, is a glass Rubik’s Cube facing the city’s financial district. Sporting everything an urban traveler could want under one roof, it offers spacious, pared-back rooms; a gym with Peloton bikes; an extensive contemporary art coll...
US News – 50 Top Rooftop Bars Around the World
The views of the Boston skyline and Boston Harbor are unmatched from this lively bar in the Seaport District. While the bar is popular with locals and visitors in the summer, it offers some quirky wintertime perks, too. You can stay warm and toasty inside one of the igloo bars, complete with blankets and a button to call a server when you’re ready to order.
Thirsty Mag – Creative Cocktails and Scenic Sights at The Envoy Boston
Boston is currently redeveloping the once-gritty, now-trendy Seaport District – or shall we say “Innovation District” – by building sky-high housing and hotels like Marriott’s latest Autograph concept, The Envoy Hotel.
FSR Magazine – 40 Under 40: Restaurant Stars on the Rise
Rosana describes her food as “progressive American” because she has “a wide array of local and global influences, and my inspiration is always evolving. The more I grow as a chef, the more my dishes progress forward.”
Chef Magazine – Chef Insignts
Today, Executive Chef Tatiana Pairot Rosana heads the Envoy Hotel’s outlook Kitchen and Bar, Lookout Rooftop and Bar and in-room dining. But the path she took to get this position was anything but straightforward.
TripSavvy – The 10 Best Boutique Boston Hotels of 2018
Set on the harbor with lovely waterfront views, the four-diamond, Envoy Hotel may be the pioneer of a trendy new neighborhood.
Forbes – Have The Hottest Night Out In The Coldest Temperatures
While the Seaport is especially chilly at this time of year, the Lookout Rooftop & Bar has been keeping visitors unseasonably warm for two years now. First come, first serve, the six igloos are outfitted with seating for up to 10 people, an adjustable heater and fleece blankets…
Supercall – Valentine’s Day Getaways for Couples Who Love to Drink
Food and drink fanatics will get the most out of their stay at The Envoy Hotel if they book the Exactly Like Nothing Else Package. Guests will be greeted with prosecco upon arrival along with brunch for two. But the main event is a personal shopping trip to the Boston Public Market with Chef Tatiana Rosana to select ingredients for a chef’s table four-course dinner for two with ...
Shape Online – The Best Hotels to Book for the Boston Marathon
These are the best places for athletes to call home the weekend of the Boston marathon.
Time Out New York – The best winter getaways from NYC
One of the city’s newest hotels, the 136-room, boutique-style Envoy has already racked up the accolades. Its Seaport location—offering views of the Boston Harbor—is complemented by nautically themed rooms. There’s an in-house restaurant serving serious seafood along with live music, and a rooftop bar overlooking the water. Bar bites from the Outlook Kitchen dow...
Jetsetter – 5 Reasons why Boston Should be Your Next Weekend Getaway
Between the historic charm, world-class art museums, and booming (and female-driven) restaurant scene, there are plenty of reasons to make Boston your next weekend getaway. If you haven’t visited recently, you’re in for a wicked good time.
USA Today – Bars Transformed Into Winter Wonderlands
USA Today – Bars Transformed Into Winter Wonderlands
Stone World – Unexpected Mosaic Art in Boston’s Envoy Hotel
A pioneer in Boston’s burgeoning Innovation District, the Envoy Hotel draws inspiration from the area’s surroundings for its modern, industrial-chic design aesthetic and offers a stunning waterfront view.
Montreal Gazette – Envoy Tops Boston’s Booming Seaport Scene
It’s practical, progressive and posh in a next-generation style. The Envoy Hotel opened to a string of ovations, including being named the Best New Hotel in Boston by Forbes.com, Yankee Magazine and USA Today’s Readers’ Choice. That is lofty praise, but in a town with several openings a year, it is over the top.
Travel + Leisure – Operation Vacation – Boston
Stay at The Envoy in Boston for Only $159 per Night. T+L launched Operation Vacation to inspire workers to use their days off and get away, offering exclusive travel discounts as incentive. For the latest deals on hotels, airfare, cruises, and trip packages, visit travelandleisure.com/operation-vacation. Get 30 percent off stays at The Envoy, a hip, high-tech hotel in the city&r...
USA Love List – Nine Luxury Travel Destinations in the USA
The AAA Four-Diamond rated Envoy Hotel is Autograph Collection Hotels’ first Boston property and a
beacon in the city’s Seaport. The celebrates the area’s history and the arts. The Envoy’s curated art collection winks at its Seaport District surroundings, often repurposing once-revolutionary technology. In the lobby, for example, is a portrait of a su...
FSR Magazine – Tatiana Pairot Rosana Personifies The Modern American Chef
Call it a mashup or the new fusion or what you will, but the blending of Latin, Asian, and other cuisines continues to take shape on restaurant menus across the nation. Some say this is simply modern American food, as increasingly people of all different backgrounds and cultures come together. One such culinary pair is Executive Chef Tatiana Pairot Rosana, a first-generation Cuban-American...
The Mr. Sid Guide – Enjoy The Envoy
Luxe accommodations are all but assured for visitors who check into Boston’s Envoy, but locals will find plenty of reason to visit the watefront hotel (other than its location near the new Mr. Sid Boston store.)
Wallpaper* – Best Boston Hotels
As a destination, Boston combines the best of many worlds: a picturesque location by the Charles River, a lively social scene thanks largely to it’s storied academic community, plenty of retail diversions funded by well-heeled locals, and a patrician sweep of perfectly preserved period architecture. The latter, in particular, is a boon for canny hoteliers who have found imaginative ways t...
Best Products – The Best Boutique Hotels Around the Country to Bed Down in Style
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The NYLON Guide To Boston
What to do, what to eat, where to shop
Dame Traveler – Hotels We Love: The Envoy Hotel, Boston
Located in one of the newest and fastest-growing parts of Boston, The Envoy Hotel offers spectacular views over the Seaport, minimal and fresh rooms with floor to ceiling windows and one of the best rooftop bars in town, the Lookout.
Paste – A Drinker’s Guide to Boston
No-nonsense bars have populated practically every corner of Boston for decades—which is perhaps why the city also houses some of the first true pioneers in the American craft beer scene as well as high-end cocktail establishments, upstart micro-breweries with cult followers, and more than a few killer spots to toss back a few while enjoying the cityscape—at least when the city isn&r...
Haute Living – A Boston Guide To Celebrating Labor Day Weekend
The pet friendly Envoy Hotel over in Seaport District offers a great way for the whole family to plan a staycation in Boston. When you call ahead to make your reservation, just mention that you plan on bringing your favorite four-legged friend and they will roll out the pet carpet complete with dog treats, a pet bed and water bowls to use during your stay. They will even provide recommende...
Brit+Co – 20 Backyard and Rooftop Bars You Need to Hit Before Labor Day
Summer will be over before you know it, which means now’s the time to kick your outdoor bar-hopping habits into high gear. Add these breezy, open-air spots to your must-visit list while the days are long and the nights are warm — we’ll see you there.
Best Products – These 10 Boston Hotels Will Have You Singing The Praises Of Beantown
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Where Boston – The Fix: We’re Addicted to Outdoor Fitness Classes
Yoga @ The Envoy – Perfect if you’re looking for something relaxing. It’s the last Sunday in August, free, but bring your own mat. Also, Equinox has been celebrating the fall opening of a new location in the Seaport District by featuring classes all summer long. Check online.
Out of Office NY – Stay Well While Traveling In These Hotels
For most of us, vacation = time to indulge, and why not? Half the fun of going somewhere new is exploring the food scene and eating like locals (aka eating like the Insider Food video you saw on Facebook). If vacation also means you throw your workout plan out the window, we’re completely on board with that. But if you prefer to burn off calories as you consume them and maintain your usua...
Thrillist – The 21 Best Rooftop Bars In America
Drinking is fun. Drinking outside is more fun. Drinking outside on a rooftop, literally looking down on all the poor souls who aren’t drinking outside on a rooftop, is inarguably the most fun.
Paste Magazine – Is Boston’s Tech Scene Besting New York?
There’s a lot New York could learn from Boston about lifestyle. A recent trip to Boston’s innovation district, Seaport, impressed me with the praxis of its mixed-use philosophy: “Live, Work, Play.” I knew Boston could do the work — especially in the tech sector — and the live, but I wasn’t so sure about the play.
Bravo: The Feast – 10 Awesome Rooftop Bars We’ll Be Drinking at All Summer Long
Cocktails, fresh air, and stunning views? Sold. What’s better than a summer cocktail? A summer cocktail at an outdoor bar. And even better than that? A summer cocktail at an outdoor rooftop bar. In many cities where the temps plunge in the winter (we’re looking at you, Northeast), these breezy bars—often home to some of the best views in town—are only open a few mon...
Domino – Grilling 101: How to Become a BBQ Pro This summer
Celebrity chefs share their top tips and favorite recipes for basic grilling. Grilling can be overwhelming—something about wild flames, super high temperatures, and easily ruined ingredients. However, if you follow these expert tips and choose from these recipes, your next barbecue is guaranteed to be a success.
Haute Living – These Hotels Have Rooftop Views That You Won’t Believe Are Real
What was once an undeveloped section of Boston’s waterfront area has emerged into the city’s most exciting neighborhood to visit. The vibrant Seaport District is filled with a haute collection of upscale restaurants, hip shops, and boutique properties. Here’s an insider’s guide to some of the best things to see and do in the Seaport District.
Out Magazine – Wet Your Lips With These 4 Pride Cocktails
Wet your lips, take a sip, and sway your hips. Horchata, The Skylark, Hotel Chantelle, and Boston’s Lookout Rooftop & Bar are coming together to offer rainbow inspired cocktails that’ll add some alcoholic flair to your Pride festivities―with some going the extra mile.
PopSugar – These Hotels Have Rooftop Views That You Won’t Believe Are Real
These days, we do a lot for the Instagram. Trendy new food to try? Do it for the Instagram. Cool new gadget? Try it out for the Instagram. Spectacular rooftop views? Go for the Instagram. These 14 hotel rooftops here not only have beautiful bars or pools right on site, but they also have breathtaking views of the cities they’re in. Whether it’s in New York or Italy, these hotels are...
DuJour – The Weekender: Cambridge, MA
PSA: the fastest way out of New York City on Memorial Day Weekend is in a Jaguar. On the recent long weekend, we piled our luggage into an F-Pace and drove north to New England, passing miles of lush trees. Once we got into Cambridge, MA, it felt like we had arrived in a pop-up book where each page was a cutout of the West Village.
GetMoreSports – Father’s Day Gift Guide for the Sports Fan
A Dad Getaway! - Traveling dad: This June, give your dad a Father’s Day staycation or an escape to The Envoy Hotel and enjoy the newly launched “Summer in the City” package. The Summer in the City package includes complimentary concierge service and you can add on tickets to a Red Sox game or a local area concert, reserve a spot on a whale watching excursion o...
Financial Mail Travel Magazine – Dining on memories of La Patria
Nostalgia, for a homeland long departed, lies at the core of the Cuban diaspora’s quest for cultural identity. Dishing out memories at the kitchen table is one way that the legacy is passed on, writes Ishay Govender-Ypma.
Out Traveler Destination Guide – The Drink: Envoy Hotel’s Juliet & Juliet
Pride Month has officially begun, and the Envoy Hotel in Boston is celebrating with a signature cocktail. Available at the Lookout Rooftop & Bar and the Outlook Kitchen & Bar, the ‘Juliet & Juliet’ is a creamy, tangerine-flavored concoction perfect for any Pride celebration.
Food & Beverage Magazine – Beyond the Lobby
As the head of The Envoy Hotel’s popular restaurant, Outlook Kitchen & Bar, Chef Rosana leads the innovative dining experience in the city’s Innovation District; however, cooking was not always her first passion. With dreams of becoming a doctor, Tatiana had to rethink her degree in biomedical sciences after failing her college calculus class twice.
Eater Boston – Eater Tracking
Hotel restaurants tend to get a bad rap, but Boston’s got plenty that are worth visiting even if you’re not a tourist staying in the hotel. Plus, they generally serve substantial breakfast daily. Such is the case at Outlook Kitchen and Bar at the Envoy Hotel.
Haute Top 5: Best Outdoor Bars in Boston 2017
Lookout Rooftop & Bar Selected As Best Outdoor Bar in Boston
New England Today Travel – Boston Hotels with a View
From harbor vistas to downtown lights, mesmerizing city scenes fill the windows at five of our favorite Boston hotels with a view.
Best of Boston & Cambridge | Yankee Magazine 2017 Editors’ Choice Award
It’s hard to top the allure of the Envoy, near Fort Point Channel in the expanding Seaport District. As soon as its eighth-floor rooftop bar opened in 2015, locals were lining up after work to savor the alluring view of the Boston skyline. Many of the 136 rooms in the hotel offer the same exquisite view (especially the corner suite one floor below). The spacious rooms have historic maps o...
Stay Cozy at Boston’s New Rooftop ‘Igloo’ Bar
Find drinks with a view—even in the depths of winter.
The Improper Bostonian – Winter Scene – 2017 Winner: Lookout Rooftop & Bar
Yes, the Envoy Hotel’s rooftop bar buzzes in the summer, but if you want to get sloshed inside a snow globe, Lookout likewise has you covered. Last winter, the chic Seaport spot rolled out a fleet of neon-lit, clear plastic igloos—heated capsules that seat about 10 and let guests enjoy the panoramic views on chilly nights. You don’t even have to leave to retrieve cocktails: Se...
Envoy – Ring in 2017 at The Envoy Hotel
Say “sayonara” to 2016 with a full day of festivities!
The Daily Meal – Cozy Hotel Dining at Boston’s Envoy Hotel
The hotel’s ground floor restaurant showcases the debut work of its chef.
The Improper Bostonian – Stand the Heat
Soundtracks to kitchens in even the finest dining establishments can be a cacophony of controlled chaos: pots clanging onto the range, meat sizzling in oil, flames shooting up around the edges of pans, shouts of “Yes, chef!” as orders are placed. But instead of keeping the scene hidden behind closed doors, a number of restaurants around the city invite guests to dine mere feet away ...
OpenTable – Top Boston Rooftop Bars: Where to Sip + Soak in the City Skyline
Lookout may be perched high above Boston’s hottest neighborhood for nightlife, but if you don’t line up by about 4PM in the afternoon the line may snake around the block for the stunning Seaport views at this trendy newcomer. Head bartender Michael Ray works together with Beantown brewery Harpoon and local spirit makers like GrandTen for WireWorks gin and Bully Boy for rum, vodka, a...
Eat, Drink, Lucky – Tuesday, October 18
Eat – Tis the season for new menus and Outlook Kitchen and Bar has one. Their fall dinner menu has starters and small plates as well as a plethora of entrees from chef Tatiana Rosana. Try the bacalao croquettes with saffron aioli and friend basil and the Kurobuta pork chop with couscous and apricot.
Boston Eater – Outlook Kitchen and Bar Has a New Menu Starting Today
Fully Updated Outlook Kitchen and Bar Menus, courtesy of chef Tatiana Rosana
ForbesTravelOnline.com – 5 Secrets for Your Next Trip to Boston
You may think you know Boston, but this historic city holds a lot of secrets. We give you our tips on where to go, where to eat, where to spot celebrities and more.
Global Traveler – On the Waterfront
Development rises in Boston’s emerging Seaport District.
Peering at the sailboats slicing through the harbor from the sixth-floor roof-deck bar of the new Envoy Hotel, it finally dawns on you that, yes, Boston really does rest on the shores of the Atlantic.
wcvb.com – Hotels
Think Boston isn’t hospitable? Think again. The city’s hotel business is booming, with occupancy rates high and plans for another 30 hotels in the works. Today boutique properties are the rule, aimed at millennials and tech savvy travelers.
Forbes.com – The Best New Hotel in Boston
If you are visiting Boston this year, stay at The Envoy Hotel. Appropriately located in the city’s gentrified Innovation District, the sleekly-designed high-tech hotel has 136 guest rooms (ranging from $499 to $999 a night), including two luxury suites and 19 two-queen doubles.
Vogue.com – Why Every Busy Woman Should Travel Alone
t was 11:57 a.m. on Friday, October 8. A text popped up on my phone from my friend Lisa: “I can’t find my passport. I’m not lying.” My heart sank. Just the night before I had texted her: “Don’t forget your passport!”
Green with Renvy – Best Bites 2015 Eating Local Around the Globe
This week I’ve been talking travel with a lot of friends and the conversation always comes back to food. Everyone is asking me about my Best Bites for the year. Can you wrap that up into one post? I’ve been thinking about it for days and the meals that circle back again and again are the tastes that made the list.
Boston USA – Touch-A-Truck and Boat Event
The Envoy Hotel is offering family-friendly fun this New Year’s Eve Day during Winter On The Waterfront, when waterfront businesses ring in the New Year with refreshments, music, art and events for children of all ages.
Boston Globe – Where to ring in the new year in Greater Boston
The Envoy Hotel offers a multi-part New Year’s Eve experience that begins with a bottle of champagne at check in.
Macaroni Kid – The Envoy Hotel Will Honor First Responders
The Envoy Hotel is offering family-friendly fun this New Year’s Eve Day during Winter On The Waterfront, when waterfront businesses ring in the New Year with refreshments, music, art and events for children of all ages.
Mommy Poppins – First Night Boston: A Family-Friendly New Year’s Eve Celebration
Boston rings in 2016 with its annual First Night celebration, the country’s oldest and largest New Year’s Eve arts festival. The celebration features music, dance, ice skating, and theater performances.
Thrillest / Boston – The Thrillist Awards: Boston’s Best New Food & Drink of 2015
Here at Thrillist, we like to talk about the “best” of everything.
Haute Living – 5 Haute Spots for New Year’s Eve in Boston
There are lots of options in Boston when it comes to ringing in the New Year, but there are only a few places that do it up like no other. Here’s a look at the top five hautest spots to party this New Year’s Eve.
The Envoy Hotel in Boston Named USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice “Best New Hotel”
From a field of 20 new properties chosen by a panel of Travel Industry and Hotel experts, readers chose The Envoy Hotel to receive top honors and the title of USA Today 10Best “Best New Hotel” on December 11, after four weeks of voting.
USA Today 10Best.com, The Envoy Hotel nominated for “Best New Hotel”
10Best editors teamed up with a panel of hotel experts to hand-pick 20 of the best hotel openings in the past year. Which property deserves the title of Best New Hotel? Vote daily for your favorite now through Monday, December 7 at noon ET.
Eater Boston – A Big List of Thanksgiving Prix Fixe Feasts
Want a restaurant to cook you a multi-course meal this Thanksgiving? Here’s what’s available around town in the prix fixe dinner and all-you-can-eat buffet category. More information will be added throughout the month.
Thrillest / Boston – Local Chefs share their favorite meal in Boston
The way we see it, nobody knows food better than chefs. And while we all love to eat what they cook, we’re also fascinated by what they’re into when they actually do the eating. You know, when they’re not working and are dining out. That’s why we asked 12 of Boston’s best to dish on their favorite meal around the Hub.
Full Service Restaurants Online, November 4, 2015 – Outlook Kitchen + Bar Opens in Envoy Hotel in Boston
Helmed by executive chef David Verdo, this 153-seat restaurant located within The Envoy Hotel offers a modern take on regionally inspired, locally sourced cuisine in a lively atmosphere featuring fearless, high-concept design.
Where Boston – The Dining Issue
This new Fort Point neighborhood restaurant features an atmosphere as progressive as Executive Chef David Verdo’s food. Regionally and globally inspired sharing plates and entrees range from Thai-spiced lamb belly with pistachio to shrimp tempura with soba noodles.
Nations Restaurant News – Pastry Chefs make desert that go Crunch
Taste and flavor play key roles in the foods consumers choose to eat, but so does another element: texture. The way foods feel in one’s mouth — chewy, crunchy, creamy — is thought to be a major driver of choice and an important factor in enjoyment and satisfaction.
Hotel Junkie Magazine – The Envoy Hotel Boston
Location In 21st century Boston, massive scale development in the city’s Seaport District has brought towering buildings to what is now known as the South Boston Waterfront. Slowly, instead of wide open views of the harbor, a new urban skyline has been created, and every square inch of what was once railway sidings, and then as rail declined, parking lots, has become offices, homes, and b...
CBS Local / WBZ 1030 New Radio – Connoisseurs Corner
WBZ’s Jordan Rich talks with Annie Copps, freelance food, wine, and travel writer, about The Envoy Hotel and it’s restaurants.
ABC News – Hotel Suite of the Week
Opened in September 2015, Boston’s Envoy Hotel is a new addition to the city’s so-called ‘innovation district.’ The hotel is part of the Seaport Square development, encompassing 20 blocks of waterfront real estate. The Premier Suite has floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the waterfront and city skyline, plus an oversized couch, wet-bar and custom art and furnishings.
USA Today Travel – These Hotels elevate the in-room entertainment experience
While we often travel to explore a destination, there’s no denying the hotel we choose can make or break our experience. And for those days when you just don’t feel like getting dressed, the following properties offer comfortable accommodations with elevated in-room entertainment experiences, too.
Thrillist / Boston – The Best Brunch in (almost) every Boston Neighborhood
Who doesn’t love brunch? Nobody, that’s who. There’s absolutely nothing better than waking up on a weekend and realizing that the only thing you have planned is eating a massive amount of bacon. While still drinking! So that you don’t have to struggle too far from your bed, here are our top brunch picks for (almost) every Boston neighborhood.
Travel+Leisure – Nine Eco-Friendly Winter Vacation Ideas
From a geodesic dome in the Swiss Alps to a glass cabin in the woods of upstate New York, here are nine of our favorite eco-luxurious winter retreats around the world. It’s never too soon to start planning holiday travel, and winter vacations can go from drab to dreamy by choosing the right accommodations.
Panoram Magazine – Halloween in Boston
Located at the brand-new Envoy Hotel in the red-hot Seaport District, Outlook Kitchen and Bar jumps into an increasingly vibrant scene. Perched on the edge of the Fort Point Channel, Outlook boasts a seasonal menu of flatbreads, salads, and both small and large plates to fit any appetite.
The Improper Bostonian – Drink of the Moment MARY IN THE LIBRARY
WHAT’S WITH THE NAME? “I don’t think I can have that in print,” says bar manager Michael Ray, adding that you’ll have to pay him a visit to hear the story – which you should. Summertime tipplers may have come to the Envoy Hotel’s Lookout rooftop bar for the view, but you’ll stay downstairs at Outlook for the cocktails.
Haute Secrets – Executive Chef David Verdo of OUTLOOK Kitchen + Bar
The new Envoy Hotel has recently opened in in the Seaport District along with the long awaited Outlook Kitchen + Bar. At the restaurant’s helm is Executive Chef David Verdo, one of the city’s top chefs. You might recognize his name from his most recent stint as Executive Chef at CHOPPS American Bar and Grill in Burlington where he worked with Boston’s Daniel Bruce.
Zagat – What to Eat at Outlook Kitchen and Bar, Now Open in the Seaport
Over the summer, Bostonians had a chance to soak up the harbor breeze (and plenty of cocktails) at Lookout, the rooftop bar and lounge at the Seaport’s recently opened Envoy Hotel. (It’s one of our picks for the 10 Hottest Bars Right Now, by the way.)
NESN Dining, Oct 13, 2015 – Dining Playbook
The Outlook Kitchen & Bar is the newest spot in the Seaport. The restaurant — located in the Envoy hotel — has some amazing dishes that will make your taste buds excited. Menu items such as the flat iron steak and the salmon tuna sashimi are must-haves.
Zagat, October 5, 2015 – Boston’s 10 Hottest Bars Right Now
Why It’s Hot: The newly opened Envoy Hotel can lay claim to some killer views from its harbor-side LOOKOUT Rooftop Bar. You’ll find pretty people preening upon couches (and yes, there’s an enforced dress code), while soaking up the skyline and noshing on small plates between sips…