Finding The Perfect Back Bay Restaurant Experience Part 3

Hello again Back Bay Restaurant foodies! Last week we expanded on our guide to locating the best eatery in the Back Bay area. We started off by discussing the importance of having a unique, creative name and the conduct of the host. Following, we expressed the impact of the decor and music in generating the ideal atmosphere. In this piece we will be revealing one more feature to pay attention to while on the search.

Now that you have found a restaurant with an intriguing name, been seated by the host and observed the decorations and music, it is time to turn your focus to the beverage menu. I do not believe I need to stress how important the drink menu must be, both alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic. Starting with the regular refreshments, a strong variety of sodas, iced teas, and juices, the venue must be able to supply the right drink to perfect your meal. Nothing makes a meal better than having a great tasting drink to wash down your food. Whether you prefer diet soda or regular, the variety must be plentiful and have your Sprite, Coke, Pepsi, Root beer, (a particular favorite), Ginger Ale, Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist, and Fanta, because having the right drink, makes the meal complete.

When you are looking to have a little more fun at a Back Bay Restaurant beyond the virgin drinks, it is undeniably vital for a restaurant to provide a sufficient and entertaining assortment of cocktails, mixed, and shared drinks. Whether you enjoy a hard drink, with your meal or after to unwind with your friends or family, you do not want to be disappointed when selecting your mix. The bar should have all sorts of different liquors to ensure they have the one to satisfy you. There should be: brandy, rum, gin, tequila, vodka, whiskey, and an assortment of draft beers. Along wit the mixes, sometimes a shared drink can make the night a lot of fun for the group. A personal favorite that I always look for is the Campari Cosmo. Be sure to check and see what sort of scorpion and fish bowls are available on the menu. Having a massive bowl of alcohol in the center of the table, possibly lit on fire and ornately decorated with designs and neon twist straws can really make the experience a lot of fun for the group.

Your drink is the first thing your host or server asks you about, and it is the start of your actual dining experience. Therefore, it is the first place you do not want to make a mistake. The beverage to your meal is supposed to have that exquisite compliment to your food and perfect your course. Just make sure when you are picking your drink, you can handle it and be sure to practice responsible drinking. That is a wrap on this weeks tips, be sure to check in next week, where we will be discussing the core piece of your Back Bay Restaurant dining food!