City Winery
Wine bar, restaurant & concert venue
Winery · West End · $$
This dual-purpose West End operation serves Mediterranean-inspired cuisine inside a working winery (the results are served on tap) with a separate concert space hosting well-known artists for intimate performances with cabaret-style seating that offers food and beverage service.
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hours Open Today · 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
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Monday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Friday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
location 80 Beverly Street, Boston, MA 02114, USA phone +1 617-933-8047 website www.citywinery.com directions Get Directions
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3.3
(39)
Outstanding watching the Ventures last evening. This band, and the wine I was sipping, was the perfect blend and aged to perfection! I enjoyed the duck taco and the wait staff couldn't have been better. Very attentive and efficient especially during the performance! This is by far the best way to enjoy listening to music with friends. I am coming back for more!
Sheila Barrett · January 24, 2018
Saw The Verve Pipe show last night! The location is beautiful, the staff was friendly and prompt, the sound is top notch (one of the best sound mixes in the city, and I've seen shows in a lot of different venues), and the wine was delicious. I was a little nervous after reading some of the earlier reviews (they opened fairly recently, and yes, seating is close, but I had no trouble seeing the stage), but they have definitely worked hard on listening to feedback and fine-tuning to make this a great experience. They are a unique dining and entertainment experience, I hope they do well, and I will definitely be back!
Evan Pinsoneault · January 15, 2018
Had tickets for the Cowboy Junkies but the concert was moved and could not get to the new location. Went to Rufus Wainwright who was excellent but paying 100$ for a ticket to sit at a table (I am using the sit and table very generously). Everyone ordered food there was not enough space for food, let alone moving your arms to actually eat. The folks next to me were 1/2 in my seat. As was everyone else unless there was an empty seat. It was the most uncomfortable experience I have had. You have more room on an airline seat. It was impossible to get up from your table without disturbing everyone else and that means 20 other people as all the tables are jammed together with no space between. Also, I could not see, because the people next to me were taller and unless I moved into the isle and blocked the wait staff, my great seat was useless. My recommendation is skip the expensive seats and go for the bar seats, so you don’t have to actually sit. I can see the performance fine from the back. The venue is small enough that you still feel like you are in the front rows.
Beverly Azure · December 19, 2017