Yvonne's: Boston's New Place to Be

Updated: Sep 10, 2018

Photo Credit: The Food Lens

Downtown Crossing has been waiting, and in perfect timing with the current development boom, Yvonne’s couldn’t have come to light at a more opportune time. One of my favorite spots, Yvonne’s represents what Downtown is and is becoming. Decidedly Boston, a posh urban crowd find themselves enjoying the three distinct but connected spaces within. Being on a side street, off of a pedestrian only walkway, there is no valet and parking isn’t readily available. Yvonne’s a local spot. An urban sanctuary steeped in history. A study in interior design. The lighting reminds me of a collaboration between Tesla X Edison. One day I too will have a bohemian library lounge with red leather Chesterfield couches and tinned ceilings. Yes.. one day.


Insider tip: Few know about the Winter Place residences above Yvonne’s. These are some of Boston’s more unique properties – to be featured at a later date.


Where? 2 Winter Place, Boston, MA 02108 (GPS location and separate entrance through alley at 50 Temple Place)

When? 4PM to 2:00AM, seven days a week.


References:

“This is Boston’s Most Instagrammable New Restaurant. Is it as Cool in Real Life?” - Boston[.]com

“Yvonne’s is once again the place to be” - Boston Globe

“Restaurant Review: Yvonne’s in Boston” - Boston Magazine

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