Rooftop Restaurant Deals in Boston
Food, like electricity and phone calls to Karl Malone, is a basic living expense. Add some flair to the fundamentals with this Groupon. $20 for $40 Worth of Turkish Cuisine for Two The extensive menu includes lamb shank ($17.95), char-grilled striped bass ($25.95), chicken kebab ($14.95), and veggie casserole ($14.95). Saray Restaurant Plates of Turkish cuisine sail through the warmly lit dining room of Saray Restaurant, landing on tablecloths to dispatch kebabs, seafood, and vegetarian entrees straight to palates. The cozy den of Eastern delights has scooped up oodles of accolades with its sesame-flecked pita, including a spot on Boston ...
Food, like electricity and phone calls to Karl Malone, is a basic living expense. Add some flair to the fundamentals with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for $30 worth of Turkish cuisine for two or more $25 for $50 worth of Turkish cuisine for four or more The extensive menu includes lamb shank ($17.95), char-grilled striped bass ($25.95), chicken kebab ($14.95), and veggie casserole ($14.95). Click here to visit the full menu. Saray Restaurant Plates of Turkish cuisine sail through the warmly lit dining room of Saray Restaurant, landing on tablecloths to dispatch kebabs, seafood, and vegetarian entrees ...
Boutique Hotel with Views of the Atlantic and Relaxing Sea-Coast Dining Ashworth by the Sea has stood along Hampton, New Hampshire's Ocean Boulevard for more than 100 years. The hotel's retro sign—made up of slanting white letters set across a brick wall—is a distinctive feature along this oceanfront, which is regarded as one of New England's finest. Hotel guests are treated to wide-open views of Hampton Beach and the Atlantic Ocean from their guest rooms, as well as from a rooftop deck located directly underneath the sign. The boutique hotel’s king standard rooms overlook the Atlantic Ocean. Since the hotel is more than a century old, each room has an individual style and floor plan. Elsewhere, you can take a dip in the heated indoor pool, which sparkles under a roof made from hundreds of translucent-yellow glass panes. Executive chef Derek Kucharski presides over Breakers Restaurant and Bar, where cooks craft New England clam chowder, savory Maine-lobster mac 'n' cheese, and other signature dishes. Recent renovations have outfitted the restaurant with a stone fireplace, granite-topped bar, and wood flooring. On Friday and Saturday nights, Breakers transforms into a dance club with live entertainment from 9 p.m. to midnight. Hampton, New Hampshire: Historic New England Resort Town with Award-Winning Beaches Ashworth by the Sea overlooks Hampton Beach, one of only four shorelines in the country named a “superstar beach” by the Natural Resources Defense Council. The award goes to those beaches deemed the safest in the United States thanks to a record of clean swimming water. A popular spot for visitors, the beach provides plenty of space for those looking to spread out and relax by the ocean. There’s also a boardwalk lining the beach, teeming with carnival games and candy shops. If it’s too cold to lay on the beach, head to the Hampton Historical Society & Tuck Museum, about 3 miles from the hotel, to learn more about the area’s history. The museum encompasses several buildings, including a 19th-century schoolhouse. About a 20-minute drive away is the city of Portsmouth, a historic seaport with a plethora of restaurants, museums, and shops, as well as spectacular architecture from as early as the 18th century. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Excludes alcohol • Excludes special events • Not valid on Thanksgiving, Christmas, Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, New Years Day and Valentines Day • Option A: Valid for dinner only Friday-Saturday • Option B: Valid for dinner only Sunday-Thursday • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Just below Harvard Square's iconic Sheraton Commander rooftop sign sits this locally lauded restaurant, so beloved for its innovative, delicately prepared appetizers and entrées, some OpenTable patrons returned two nights in a row: • $25 for $50 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks • Browse the full dinner menu right here • Dine on the outdoor patio to revel in cool, autumn temps "This is such a pleasant place to go. Whether it's bar food and burgers or upscale dining, the food is always excellent, the service is thoughtful, and the experience makes you want to come back." - OpenTable.com Reviewer Where History & Fine Dining Meet This combination restaurant and lounge was first erected in 1927, and still maintains much of its early 20th-century glamour -- including the real gold lead trim in the lobby. Dinner is served nightly, from 5 to 11 p.m.; start with grilled squid, fresh beets, or New England cheeses. Then, move on to mains, like duck breast (pan-roasted with cranberry), organic salmon, or a seasonal favorite: potato gnocchi served with roasted pumpkin and pumpkin seeds, greens, and more. Nubar's Website | Facebook