Union Square in Somerville is known for its bars, eateries and history. That's why Bronwyn will be a wonderful addition to this neighbhorhood's already happening environment.
Bronwyn's atmosphere is comfortable and contemporary. The owners, a husband and wife duo, plan to "pay homage to their German roots by serving food and drink inspired from the region" which will include Bavarian sausages, riesling sauerkraut, pretzels and foie gras.
"This new spot has the potential of joining the already flourishing nightlife scene of Union Square. It plans to offer Eastern and Central European beers, but local beer fans don't fret -- American beers that are brewed in the European style will also be available. Craft cocktails, wines from central Europe, and schnapps will also make up the drink menu."
While Bronwyn opens May 15, you can start making reservations on May 11.
Begin planning your Friday night cocktail and call a babysitter! The Beehive on Tremont Street will be adding some new and exciting things to their menu. The expert mixologists at The Beehive have just released a new winter cocktail menu highlighting the very thing that makes The Beehive so popular for locals and out-of-towners alike; its impeccable skill at combining the desirable with the unexpected and serving it up in what can only be described as “The Beehive experience.”
"The Beehive’s newest incarnation of its cocktail menu features creative seasonal offerings such as the Cranberry Mojito, a spin on the classic, made in-house with drunken cranberries (marinated in rum and Cointreau) $12.50, the Alpine Mai Tai, dark & light rums, Zirbenz Pine liqueur, almond, falernum, $13, and the Kentucky Orchard, butter infused bourbon, fresh apple cider and St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram, $12. But, while guests can go in expecting a twist on some of their favorites, they can also order lesser known libations such as the El Chicano, Bulleit Rye, Kahlua, Coffee Bitters, Dash of Illegal Mezcal Joven, $12.50 and theSmoking Jacket, Hennessey VS Cognac, Tobacco Simple Syrup, Cassis, $13.50."
So head on over to The Beehive and enjoy their nightly live performances which vary from Jazz to Blues... oh, and of course your pimped out cocktail!
WHERE: The Beehive, 541 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116 | P. 617.423.0069
WHEN: Now through Spring 2013, (exact date not known).
INFO: No cover charge, cash bar.
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