Beantown will soon get a stylish Champagne bar on Franklin Street. The Langham Boston is putting the finishing touches on a $6 million makeover of the lobby, and chief among the improvements is a new lobby lounge called The Reserve, where bubbly is on tap and New American cuisine is on the menu. (Zagat describes a few of the small plates: house-smoked maple cured salmon, deviled eggs, lobster salad sliders, croque monsieur, gazpacho andaluz and mozzarella pearls with organic tomatoes.) Helmed by chef Mark Sapienza, the lounge will be decked out with velvet banquettes and high-back chairs.
Visitors can get a peek at the brand spanking new lobby on Labor Day weekend 2012. Boston’s CBT Architects was the firm behind the renovation- which has transformed 6,000 square foot space with an open, contemporary floor plan, heightened ceilings, and an abundance of natural light.
Housed in the former Federal Reserve Bank, an architectural landmark, The Langham Boston is located at 250 Franklin Street. For more information, visit boston.langhamhotels.com.