TablelistPro Client Spotlight: The Envoy Hotel

Located in the Boston Seaport District near the Boston Harbor, The Envoy Hotel embraces the modern with a tech-savvy, socially chic, hip, and fun boutique hotel experience. Inside, its restaurants are buzzy and brilliant: one located upstairs called Lookout, and the other downstairs, named Outlook. Lookout is the city's premier outdoor destination, showcasing expansive views of the Boston skyline and waterfront. At Outlook, food is aforethought, handcrafted and highly creative, and whisked from kitchens with a recipe to delight. TablelistPro is delighted that The Envoy Hotel chose us as its event, reservations, ticketing, and venue management platform.


1. About

Address & Location:

70 Sleeper St, Boston, MA 02210

First Opened:

2015

What to Know:

  • Lookout Rooftop Bar: The Envoy’s modern building, radiating light, and glass is crowned by the Lookout, situated on the very top floor. Its panoramic views of the Boston skyline and Boston Harbor are unmatched in the Innovation District and on par with the best rooftop venues in the entire city. The rooftop lounge offers a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere, communal mingling space near the main bar, flexible shared seating, and a private and secluded experience at Harbor Lounge. The bar itself is beverage-only and features unique house-made craft cocktails, microbrews, and wine by the glass collections.
  • Outlook Kitchen & Bar: Downstairs on the ground level is the Outlook Kitchen & Bar, which is open all year long and serves up a full menu of innovative dishes and spirits. The drinks are both unique and classic, with craft beers and handmade cocktails ready to go. Spearheaded by Executive Chef and Chopped winner Tatiana Rosana, Outlook’s menu presents unique twists on progressive American cuisine. She promises a unique, delicious experience for all.

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Pictured: Outlook Kitchen & Bar


2. Staff and Scene

Who Runs the Show:

Hersha Hospitality Trust

The Scene:

A favorite for locals and visitors alike, Lookout and Outlook hail guests who crave an authentic connection to the pulse of Boston, all surrounded by a waterfront vantage point to envy.


3. General Info

Website:

https://theenvoyhotel.com/

Size:

Lookout Rooftop Bar: 390-person capacity

Outlook Kitchen & Bar: 153 people in the dining room; 48 people on its seasonal patio

Hours of Operation:

Lookout Rooftop Bar (May through October):

  • Monday through Wednesday, 4pm-11pm
  • Thursday and Friday, 4pm-12am
  • Saturday: 12pm-12am
  • Sunday: 12pm-11pm

Lookout Rooftop Bar (November through April):

  • Sunday-Saturday, 4pm-10pm

Outlook Kitchen & Bar:

  • Monday through Friday, 6:30am-11am (breakfast)
  • Monday through Friday, 11am-3pm (lunch)
  • Monday through Sunday, 3pm-5pm (bar bites)
  • Monday through Sunday, 5pm-11pm (dinner)
  • Saturday and Sunday, 6:30am-3pm (brunch)

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Pictured: Lookout Rooftop Bar


4. Pro-Tips

In the colder months, Lookout installs its exclusive pop-up igloo bar that consists of six heated igloos to keep you warm, making this a year-round, day and night destination. They are primarily given out on a first-come, first-serve basis, so arrive early to ensure one is available. Each sits eight to ten people comfortably, and fleece blankets are provided to kick up the cozy factor. One of its signature traits is the ability to call for a drink by the press of a button, which will illuminate the igloo and notify a cocktail server of your request.

The dress code at Lookout and Outlook is contemporary, casual, and classy; baseball hats, sweatpants, sleeveless shirts for men, and swimwear are prohibited, and you must wear shoes.

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5. Look Inside

Lookout is The Envoy’s own slice of paradise up in the clouds. Its uniquely shaped bar is complemented with outdoor and indoor, intimate seating for groups, as well as glowing fire pits. The radiating light and glass make up a modern, forward-thinking look.

The interior of Outlook is spacious and uncluttered. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors offer a view of the patio outdoors, and they retract in the warmer weather. The opposite wall is adorned with funky light fixtures and spherical bulbs intended to represent the city lights. A large, rectangular bar is the room's focal point, tastefully displaying liquor bottles on shelves in the center. To top it off, guests have a full view of the on-goings in the glass-enclosed kitchen.

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Pictured: Outlook Kitchen & Bar


6. Be There

Add up the unique shape, texture, drinks, cocktails, and innovative bar menus, and you'll begin to see what makes Lookout and Outlook so special. Guests particularly enjoy the friendly staff and sunset views and say the hotel makes for a great spot to enjoy post-work drinks, weekend brunch, and day-or-night wining and dining. Book your next social gathering at Lookout Rooftop Bar by visiting Tablelist.

Want to follow The Envoy Hotel's lead and manage your hotel bar, events, reservations, and staff using TablelistPro? Visit our website to learn more about our powerful features designed specifically for the nightlife industry and to schedule a free demo.