haley.henry
Wine bar with tinned fish & charcuterie
Wine Bar · Downtown · $$
This Downtown wine bar highlights a thoughtfully curated vino list offered by the glass and bottle, accompanied by a light menu of cheese, charcuterie, crudo and, in particular, imported varieties of tinned fish. The very intimate space – just an 18-seat bar and two tables – has a stylish, nautical feel with wide windows to the city street.
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Monday
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Friday
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
11:30 AM - 12:00 AM
location 45 Province Street, Boston, MA 02108, USA phone +1 617-208-6000 website www.haleyhenry.com directions Get Directions
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4.4
(62)
Very solid natural wine menu. Cool appetizers: sardines and other yummy canned fishes, charcuterie, cured meat. Prosciutto was good but not mind blowing and served with a bit too much extra (jam, nuts, bread, fruit...). Not totally impressed by the (only) desert. Really cool stuff: you can buy half-bottle! That was perfect for me and myself... service was very perfect! Don’t go for a formal dinner, go to enjoy yummy wine and discuss with your friends or neighbors, or read (which I did...)
Roland Benedetti · May 12, 2018
Here is a glass of a really, really obscure South Australian wine. It is spectacular, and something I could never have anticipated drinking in Boston just off the common. Haley and co clearly have an appreciation and corresponding collection of excellent wines, and food, and judging by the huge number of people here at midnight on a Friday night, are clearly on to a winning combination. If I could walk in to a bar like this in every city I would be a happy, happy man.
Robert Shepherd · February 24, 2018
Having come from the Algarve it is a nice nostalgic turn. But not just that. Very nice wine list and thoughtful array of small plates. Don't be suspicious of the tins. Portuguese and Spanish preserved fish is to die for! The music (and volume) might be better suited to a club than a wine bar but to each their own! Definite gem.
Joel Mort · March 7, 2018