City Wine Tours invites you on a journey to the posh Back Bay district. Learn about history and culture while sampling wine at three exquisite locations. Our tours blend wine education, neighborhood exploration and delectable wine! Tours are lead by well renowned and experienced wine experts.
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Calling all gormands and oenophiles! This Legal Sea Foods' location in Boston's Theater District, surrounded by hotels and nearby Newbury Street, Copley Square and Boston Common, offers an expanded wine menu - 40 pages in all. Just inside you'll see a two-story cascading fountain, the center-piece of the restaurant. Splash down in their dining room or make waves in their comfortable lounge three fathoms below. The award-winning Wine Cellar, which holds over 10,000 bottles and 800 different labels, is where our Back Bay wine tour begins!
Maggiano's Boston is the perfect place to celebrate together and enjoy authentic Italian food. And what goes better with Italian food than Italian wine! Our wine ambassadors lead a Maggiano's tasting in the comfort of the VIP room!
Sel de la Terre [Saturday Only]
Sel de la Terre offers the rustic country fare of Provence & surrounding Southern France. Fresh local bounty is the motivation behind our creative, yet rustic menu, and the warm and comfortable atmosphere of Sel de la Terre makes it the ideal place to enjoy a meal no matter the occasion.
L'Espalier Restaurant [Sunday Only]
We are proud to feature L'Espalier on our Sunday wine tour of the Back Bay. L'Espalier is credited with being the first independently owned restaurant to bring haute cuisine to Boston. Located on Boylston Street when it opened in 1978, L'Espalier moved to a historic Back Bay townhouse in 1982. In 2008 L'Espalier returned to Boylston Street where it currently resides adjacent to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.