Attention all Boston locals and visitors! Bostonia Public House must be a stop on your next trip to Beantown. Sitting at the corner of State Street and Broad Street, Bostonia can be found in Boston’s Financial District around the corner from Faneuil Hall. The architecture of the building itself is memorable integrating rustic elements with modern accents when it was constructed in 1902.
Upon entering the restaurant, you will be greeted by two lovely hostesses and see a lively dining room, inviting bar, and Bloody Mary station during brunch hours on Saturday through Monday. By making your way through the main floor, you will walk past the exposed kitchen and then can head upstairs to more indoor seating, a second bar, and private event spaces. Oh, and don’t forget the outdoor patio that also hosts small events outside of the restaurant. All sorts of events take place at Bostonia, including group dinners, holiday parties, corporate meetings, wedding receptions, bridal showers, birthday parties, reunions, and full restaurant buyouts.
The food and beverage offerings at Bostonia Public House are delicious, with a variety of dishes including seared scallops over beet root risotto, a Nashville hot chicken sandwich, champagne and watermelon salad, crab crusted cod, and much more. The list of cocktails at the bar are just as delicious, like the Rosé All Day and Ghost Melone, which we have enjoyed at a prior visit.
We recently experienced all of this and more when visiting Bostonia Public House for a Facebook Live tour. We chatted with Megan Long, Bostonia’s Marketing & Private Events Manager, about Bostonia, the events industry, how she uses Tripleseat, and much more, while getting a tour of the space. Check out the full interview below to watch for yourself!
Want to learn more about Bostonia Public House and how they use marketing to generate business? Long was a guest on Tripleseat’s podcast, Two Chicks, Three Seats. Listen to this episode for insights on partnering with restaurant influencers to drive social media engagement, creating holiday season specials, hosting events with COVID-19 regulations, and marketing strategies. Not only is Long’s advice useful to the Boston-based restaurant community, but to any restaurant looking to drive sales with new strategies during this time.