Franklin Square, NY
Jamming At Boston's Beehive Night Club
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While in Boston, stopped in at the Beehive Nightclub one of the more famous nightclubs in Boston's art district. From one night to another the famous Beehive Nightclub plays host to blues, jazz and rock artist while serving some of Boston's best seafood around. On this particular night I was fortunate enough to stop by and enjoy a classic rock and blues group. Who played many originals with quite a few classics thrown in. Great evening and was able to take as many photos as I wanted while the band jammed away. An old-fashioned dinner club, the Beehive is always buzzing, whether at its weekend jazz brunch or at night, when patrons crowd three deep around the bar, and there's live music with no cover. The entertainment is diverse�jazz one night, bossa nova the next, even burlesque and belly dancing on occasion�and paired with themed menus. The regular menu is a mishmash of Mediterranean/American/Central European standards, such as seared zaatar-spiced swordfish, Moroccan couscous with chicken and lamb, and mustard-and-herb-crusted roast rack of pork. It's all served up in a 200-year-old space beneath the Boston Center for the Arts (formerly a theater and boiler room) with exposed brick and beams across high ceilings. Many of the servers are local artists whose work is on the walls. Tables fill up after 8 pm, and the line begins to stretch outside. Go early or on a weeknight to snag a spot, or just head for the bar.
March 24th, 2012
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