Storyville serves up eclectic appetizers and joyful libations in a historic space that once served as a hush-hush speakeasy during the Prohibition Era. "Storyville", as it was called back in the day, became a storied jazz club not long after opening in 1948, attracting legends like Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Ella Fitzgerald. Today, Storyville fuses food and fun, evoking an ambience that plays on themes of sin and seduction. With an innovative dining menu, and a fresh spin on cocktail classics, the cool vibe of this Boston hotspot inspires sipping, lounging and dancing.
Thursday & Monday 10pm - 2am, Friday & Saturday 9:30pm - 2am *hours subject to change