Keeping in line with the current trend of scaling back the high-end, fine-dining spots in the Hub, City Table replaces Azure at the Lenox Hotel. The more casual, lower-priced restaurant features a totally new menu that's available until 1am every night—which is key when those midnight Cuban sandwich cravings strike.
Things to do for October 22, 2009
'80s Night, New Brunch and Partying in a Bike Shop
The weekend is switching gears.
Two years of orchestrated chaos went into launching Superb Bicycle, and as would be expected, they're throwing a bash to celebrate finally being done. Head to the store Friday night for gratis PBRs and DJ tunes, and enter one of the raffles for free gear.
London-based retailer Ted Baker opens its first Boston store Saturday, and the interior alone is worth the trek. Shelves are freshly stocked with 2009 fall/winter lines, and there's a funky Mad Hatter tea-party theme adorning the walls.
Cultural trends move in 20-year cycles, which explains the plethora of '80s-themed nights permeating the social landscape as of late. Revolution Rock Bar joins the fun Saturday, with era-correct DJ music and prizes for those brave enough to rock the big-hair look.
The South End has been your go-to for brunch for some time now, and with Mistral jumping into the game, it's about to get even better. The French bistro launches brunch service this Sunday with champagne, caviar and White Truffle Duck Eggs.