Feel the Rush of True Romance at Revere Hotel\r\nExperience the treasures of Boston together when you book a Valentine’s Day Package from Revere Hotel, the ultimate launchpad for your romantic adventures. Locally inspired and smartly designed, our boutique hotel is steps away from Boston Common and miles away from ordinary. We’re close to many of the most romantic restaurants in Boston, as well as intriguing attractions like Boston’s Theater District, Copley Square, and Newbury Street. Explore the vibrant culture of the city together and then come back to total comfort in your stylish room or suite.\r\n \r\nLinger Over Dessert at the Most Romantic Restaurants in Boston\r\nWhether you are star-crossed lovers, old flames, newlyweds, or married for 50 years – Boston is a captivating city for couples. Romance is in the air all around, from the natural beauty of Boston Common to the salty air of the waterfront to the deep history on the streets. And you’ll encounter a dazzling array of eateries to get cozy together and converse: glamorous steakhouses, charming taverns, rustic Italian restaurants, and fine French bistros. Discover our choices for the most romantic restaurants in Boston, all of which are less than two miles away from Revere Hotel – and most are much closer.\r\n \r\nRebel’s Guild: Conspire Over Authentic Boston Cuisine\r\nWith a playful nod to the city’s rebellious spirit and a serious focus on fresh, Rebel’s Guild at Revere Hotel offers a witty menu that is 100% Bostonian. Mouthwatering comfort food and shareable plates showcase the finest local ingredients – and the casual-cool ambience makes it easy to converse. Get to know each other a little better over spirit-rousing savories such as:\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n\r\n\tOld School Prime Rib sliced to order with potato-chive soufflé, wilted spinach, and horseradish cream\r\n\tGrilled Atlantic Salmon with parsnip puree, asparagus, beet gastrique, and arugula quinoa salad\r\n\tBrick Pressed Chicken with forest mushroom risotto, charred broccoli, and pan sauce\r\n\tBoston Bolognese with penne pasta, house-made meat sauce, fresh mozzarella, and basil\r\n\tPan-Seared Sea Scallops with vanilla-honey butter, butternut squash risotto, and charred endive\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\nRebel’s Guild also offers a decadent Sunday brunch, craft cocktails, lush desserts, and a pub menu with delicious bar bites for a quick meal. Our restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you can make reservations by calling 617.457.2625.\r\n\r\n \r\nMa Maison: Cozy French Bistro with Fine Dining Flair\r\nTucked along Cambridge Street in a private townhouse with brick walls, Ma Maison is so chic, so sophisticated, so indulgent – you might just start believing that the French invented romance. White tablecloths set the scene at this classic French fine dining restaurant, which is helmed by high-profile chef Jacky Robert. Try the blue cheeseburger with foie gras at brunch or the short ribs beef Bourguignon at dinner. The frog legs Provençale will make you a believer – but just be sure to save room for the dessert cart’s devilish selections. Bon appetit!\r\n \r\nMooo…. Modern Steakhouse with Understated Elegance\r\nSteakhouses tend to take themselves too seriously, but Mooo…. is bucking that trend – and doing it to wild acclaim. The Beacon Hill restaurant offers beef lovers a playful interpretation of classic steakhouse cuisine and a sophisticated setting for your modern love story. Chef Jamie Mammano gives a creative spin to classic dishes and steakhouse mainstays, from seafood platters to Caesar salads. And of course, the award-winning steaks are cooked to perfection and served with panache, including the finest cuts of ribeye, porterhouse, and filet mignon.\r\n \r\nNo. 9 Park: Famous Setting, Celebrated Chef\r\nJust across Boston Common from our boutique hotel, this graceful townhouse restaurant evokes Old World charm with its Italian and French cuisine. But its appeal is pure American – No. 9 Park has appeared in numerous movies and indeed seems to be the perfect setting for a romantic dinner. Request a window seat overlooking Boston Common and feast on James Beard Award-winning cuisine from celebrity chef Barbara Lynch. No. 9 Par isn’t a new flash in the pan; it’s been delighting diners for more than 20 years with its succulent pasta dishes, smoked bread, and exquisite wine selection.\r\n \r\nRistorante Euno: Italian Kitchen with Old Country Cottage Charm\r\nRequest a cozy table by the fireplace in the candlelit wine cellar at this swoon-inducing Italian restaurant. Situated on one of the oldest streets in the North End, Ristorante Euno evokes the feeling of a Sicilian country cottage while it showcases Boston’s deep Italian heritage. This is Italian cuisine done right, from the fire-roasted meats to the handmade pasta. Ristorante Euno’s rustic charm will make you swear you’re in the Old Country – and its creative menu will captivate your taste buds.\r\n \r\nDeuxave: Chandeliers, Champagne & Caviar\r\nListed as Boston’s #1 romantic restaurant in 2019 on TripAdvisor, this five-star French oasis feels pitch-perfect with a fireplace and shimmering chandeliers. French cuisine meets American style at this Back Bay restaurant, which stays open extra late on the weekends – you can eat dinner until 11:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Soaring windows and exposed brick add to the European-style glamour, and the menu is pure sophistication. Lovebirds flock to the eatery for the traditional French onion soup (cooked nine hours), spiced duck breast, and lobster gnocchi. You’ll also find a spectacular wine list – perfect for lingering until they turn off the lights.