Address: 65 Exeter Street, Boston, MA 02116
Phone Number: 617-933-4800
Breakfast | Monday – Friday: 6:30am – 11:00am
Small Bites Menu | Saturday: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday | Brunch: 7:00am – 2:00pm
Dinner | Sunday – Wednesday: 5:00pm – 11:00pm
| Thursday – Saturday: 5:00pm – 1:00am
- Reservations – OpenTable
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Parking Valet, Street
- Bike Parking
- Good for Groups
- Ambience – Classy
- Attire – Casual
- Music Background
- Alcohol-Full Bar
- Coat Check
FROM THE BUSINESS:
At City Table, you’ll find a casual neighborhood eatery nestled in the vibrant heart of Boston’s historic Back Bay.
Visit our sophisticated dining room to experience inventive craft cocktails and carefully selected, spirited American-fare.
Our creative menu focuses on fresh, local ingredients and chef-inspired, regional touches. A variety of small plates, sides and entrees are easily shared so guests can explore many options. Service includes breakfast every day of the week, brunch on weekends and late night dining.
ATR REVIEW: 3/5
City Table is a casual dining spot nestled into the Lenox hotel. I was looking for a new restaurant to try and while surfing through the OpenTable app I came across City Table. After viewing the menu and seeing multiple vegetarian options I made the reservation for a Friday night.
The atmosphere was very casual and laid back. The ambiance was nice. The décor was pleasing as well, all dark wood and low lighting. The wait staff was very polite and precise all throughout the night. Even though it’s a casual atmosphere, the service was very classy and professional.
We ordered a few appetizers and entrees as well as cocktails. Majority of all the items we received needed salt. I don’t have a heavy salt hand and never usually add additional salt to any meal so this was surprising that a lot of the items were under seasoned. The items I felt needed salt were the avocado toast appetizer, the spinach and mashed potato sides and the mac and cheese entree. We also ordered the s’mores dessert, it was not what we expected at all and we did not eat it. I am not sure how to describe it but you can see from the photo that it is not a typical version of a s’mores dessert and that did not convey from the description.
After dinner we grabbed a drink at the City Table lounge which is separate from the restaurant but can also be accessed through the Lenox hotel lobby. The atmosphere in the lounge was more lively and definitely a great spot for drinks! I totally recommend.
Overall my experience at City Table restaurant was okay. It was my first time and I might go again if there is an event or get together but I probably would find other places for dinner. It’s good for drinks if you just want to get some cocktails.