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A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures

The final stop, number 8, on our burger research tour for Taste Trekkers lands us at the Bristol Lounge at the Four Seasons. (See Trade, LAH, jm Curley, Gibbet Hill Grill, Back Bay Social Club, The Gallows, Craigie on Main)

IMG_1997We had been here a few years ago, see previous post, and had the Bristol burger ($23). I remember it being one of the better burgers I’ve had, so we went to refresh my memory. An interesting crowd on a Tuesday night: A young couple celebrating with champagne….and their screaming baby, two women having dinner – one of them wearing a side ponytail and a scrunchie, and a couple in their late 40’s, early 50’s celebrating their anniversary, the woman clearly thought she was using her “inside” voice, but was in reality shouting…needless the say, the people watching was quite a show. Back to the burger – still good, but it didn’t make my top 5 for the Taste Trekers guest blog post. Bristol Burger – House Made Pickles, Aged Vermont Cheddar, Brioche Bun, Truffle-parm Fries. The fries were a bit soggy, but edible.

IMG_2000Short Rib Cannelloni ($34)  Leeks, Morels, Creamy Pomodoro. The pasta was good, but the $34 price tag seemed a bit steep for what it was. The presentation of the dish was lovely.

IMAG0602Apple tarte tatin ($12) Crème Fraiche Ice Cream, Rosemary Laced Tuile.

What’s your favorite dish at the Bistol Lounge?

Bristol Lounge at the Four Season

200 Boylston Street

Boston, MA

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