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Dining at The 'Quin

Food is the tie that binds us. Our expansive culinary offerings showcase a wide array of enticing epicurean experiences with options to fit all occasions and appetites. The club hosts many restaurants, bars and lounges that celebrate worldly, timeless, transportive, seasonal and local food. Working with only the best suppliers and local whenever possible, The ‘Quin House strives to offer ethically and sustainably sourced ingredients.

  • “Too Much Of A Good Thing Can Be Wonderful”
    Mae West

  • Café Q

    Pull up a chair to the communal table at our all-day European eatery with Mediterranean influences. Indulge in the flavors of the South of France, Italy, and Spain. Delectable and refreshing food made to warm the soul will satisfy and delight.
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    The Pub

    Enjoy food for the big game and bigger appetites. Bite into a juicy burger and wash it down with a craft brew. The Pub serves elevated spins on bar food standards. If you’re in the mood for something more local, we also serve a fresh-caught seafood spread of New England classics like chowder and lobster rolls.
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    The Reading Room

    Some call it the most storied room in the house: The Reading Room serves classics with style. Join us for weekday lunch and dinner service featuring the chef's finest selection of salads and sandwiches or enjoy a tableside cocktail service of martinis, gimlets and cosmopolitans prepared with house-made tinctures.
  • Photo of sushi in a restaurant at The 'Quin House in Boston


    Melding sophisticated flavors of the East with a New England twist, Bondo is where you can savor modern Japanese temptations. Have a seat at our sushi bar and indulge your umami cravings with sublime sashimi served by our skilled sushi chefs. The raw bar caters to the most discerning seafood connoisseurs, filled with local delights. Our cocktail program is a thoughtfully curated and creative journey crafted with rare and unique ingredients. Tantalize your palette with imaginative concoctions like homemade purees, tinctures, infused spirits like vodka infused with cherry blossoms, Kiyomi rum from Japan, and whiskey aged in solera barrels. Sublime is in the details and our bespoke handcrafted china and spectacular setting will ensure this a multisensory dining experience like no other in the city.

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Drinking at The 'Quin

Many ideas that changed the world were sparked with a long conversation – and, perhaps, a little liquid inspiration. We’ve curated an extensive beverage program of handcrafted cocktails, eclectic wines, and local beers to get your creative juices flowing – no matter your favorite poison.

  • “Everything in Moderation, Including Moderation”
    Oscar Wilde

  • Photo of The Dive Bar at The 'Quin House in Boston

    The Dive Bar

    Named in homage to George Hoyningen-Huene’s iconic photograph, our walk-up Dive Bar buzzes with the energy of a crowd eager to see what the night has in store. Mingle, socialize, and grab a pre-dinner drink from a selection of cocktails or elegant Japanese whiskeys – it’s the perfect apéritif for your evening.
  • Scottie’s

    The art deco lounge at Scottie’s serves as a seductive backdrop for any celebration. Sip speakeasy–inspired cocktails – unless a straight bourbon is more your style. And when only bubbles will do, call up a French champagne at the press of a button.
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    Little Bar

    Want some privacy? Our Little Bar seats only eight. No matter what you care to whisper about, you’ll feel right at home in the intimate, comfortable space.
  • The Terrace

    Visit the tranquil garden setting of our Parisian-inspired café where you can relax with a cup of coffee and sit to connect with friends. Breathe in fresh air, close your eyes and you’ll swear we brought Les Tuileries to Boston.
Photo of Stein Locker at The 'Quin House in Boston

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