25 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114
Phone (617) 723-7575
stay@beaconhillhotel.com

Monthly Archives: November 2008

Tablecritic.com
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“Although the food can easily compete with some of Boston’s culinary giants, the reasonable prices and relaxed atmosphere make the BHHB a weekly dining destination. The menu changes often to accommodate seasonal offerings and Chef Bond uses local ingredients whenever possible. Even if Beacon Hill isn’t your neighborhood, you should claim its bistro as your own.”

Boston Magazine – “The Protein Hall of Fame”
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“According to Beacon Hill Bistro’s Jason Bond, it takes more than a perfectly calibrated oven and a judicious sprinkle of salt to turn out reliably crisp-skinned roasted birds. ‘Every chef’s secret is goose fat or duck fat… they use it in everything. I rub the skins of my chickens and turkeys in duck fat. It gives you a really great crispy skin.’ Bond renders the fat himself, but a good butcher, like Savenor’s or John Dewar, may offer it for sale by the pound.”

Indagare Travel Guide
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“Visitors who want to pretend they live in Beacon Hill should check into this charming hotel, on the bustling corner of Charles Street… In warmer weather, the hotel’s much coveted private roof deck is perfect for a cappuccino and the Herald, and the bustling first-floor brasserie an excellent choice for lunch or dinner.”