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Precinct Kitchen + Bar, Opening Soon at The Loews Boston Hotel

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  Site Where: 350 Stuart Street [map], Boston, MA, United States, 02116
March 18, 2014 at 5:40 PM | by | ()

Seafood, fire pits and prison puns (we hope!) will manifest at this new destination restaurant.

Last month we arrested your attention with “before and after” shots of the renovated guest rooms at the Loews Boston Hotel, which wraps up its $10 million facelift by the end of March. (Head here if you need a refresher.)

Now we find out that the building, which once upon a time served as Boston Police Headquarters, will have an on-site restaurant where travelers and locals alike will want to serve a sentence – and the menu goes well beyond bread and water. (Sorry, these prison references just write themselves.)

Take a look at Precinct Kitchen + Bar, slated to open by the end of the month. The lower-level restaurant will focus on New England cuisine and – by the sound of some sample menu items – a fare amount of seafood. Expect the 70-seat dining room to lay out a fishy spread that includes a grilled bronzino, seared scallops and a "Boston Clam Bake" of Wellfleet clams, PEI mussels, shrimp, corn, red potato and local kielbasa.

Though for a true clam bake experience, you might want to enjoy that last one outside, by the two fire pits on the sunken 36-seat patio. (That street side lounge component should open in late April.) And the 20-seat bar will boast a craft cocktail program with plenty of specialty drinks dubbed with local references: like the Harvard (cognac, vermouth and bitters), the Nor’Easter (bourbon, maple and ginger). All sounds promising. Just needs more prison puns. (Kidding. Probably.)

Currently, rates at the Loews Boston start at $255 this weekend.

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