Decamp to No. 9 Park’s sophisticated bar to enjoy selections from Cat Silirie’s award-winning wine list. The list—comprised of old-world varietals as well as lesser-known wines—not only complements Barbara Lynch’s cuisine perfectly, but stands alone for those who want to focus on the wine. Silirie mentors the staff personally, so be sure to take advantage of their knowledge as you sip your way through the stunning selections.
Boston might be better known for craft beer, but the city still has its share of excellent wine bars. Many of the best restaurants in Boston proudly maintain notable, award-winning wine programs, and several offer bars and lounges where you can explore their wine lists. Sip your way through notable vintages and varietals while discovering lesser-known producers. If cocktails are more your thing, check out our list of the best cocktail bars in Boston. For oenophiles, however, these wine bars and restaurants offer Boston’s best opportunity to taste great wine on its own or with food.
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