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Valentine’s Day at Towne Stove and Spirits

Friday February 13th- Sunday February 15th

Valentines-Day-Menu!!!!!
Valentine’s Day will soon arrive at Towne Stove and Spirits. Executive Chef Oscar Figueroa is whipping up some exclusive specials that will be available for 3 nights so lovers can celebrate all weekend long.

Before dinner, start the evening out with our flirtatious cocktail Cupids Arrow Lychee, Prosecco and Crème de Cassis. Continue your romantic night on the Towne with Oysters on the Half Shell pomegranate mignonette. For the main course we are offering Fennel Crusted Halibut with a blood orange and beet salad and Duck Confit with Sweet Potato Gnocchi. To end the evening on a sweet note, indulge with a shared dessert for two Warm Flourless Chocolate Cake with a pour over ganache macerated strawberries and vanilla ice cream, spun sugar.

Our regular menu will also be available.

towne stove and spirits is a warm, welcoming respite in Boston’s bustling Back Bay. It’s a place where all are welcome and the savory scents from our wood-fired rotisserie mix with the hearty sounds of laughter and good conversation. A place where people relax and enjoy culinary surprises from around the globe.

It’s a place for special celebrations, power lunches and private parties. A place where our valets take as good care of your car as our servers do of you. It’s a place where life is good. Whether you live in the neighborhood or are visiting the city, our towne is your towne.

Conveniently located adjacent to the Hynes Convention Center, towne is open daily for dinner and Saturday/Sunday brunch.
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“Gorgeous restaurant surpassed only by the food” Light tasty appetizers of edamame with some amazing pink Hawaiian sea salt and steamed dumplings followed by Atlantic Cod fish in a saffron broth on top of a bed of succulent cockles and braised fennel. The Flavors were amazing.The broth was devoured with bread then a spoon. The maple cotton candy was a fun light sweet treat. It was a quiet Sunday so only the first floor of this 3 story restaurant was open. I asked to see the 2d floor to see the open kitchen and was welcomed. They turned on all the lights so I could get the full effect. What a beautiful open kitchen. Friendly servers and wonderful chefs. Thank you for a great meal!

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