Jones Lang LaSalle Construction has been busy downtown of late, completing the construction of two fantastic new venues to grab lunch, dinner or a drink.
Warehouse Bar and Grill, a new sports bar and restaurant at street level of 40 Broad Street, features a minimalistic design and industrial aesthetic. The Warehouse kitchen specializes in creative pub fare cuisine, featuring seasonal, market-fresh ingredients prepared by former Stephanie’s on Newbury Chef Nathaniel Durost. At the bar, Warehouse offers eight wines and 12 beers on tap, as well as 23 craft beers and a robust cocktail menu.
“Toni and I are thrilled with how the space turned out,” said Warehouse owner Cliff Dever. “We can’t thank the crew from JLL enough for all their hard work.
Society on High, a new farm-to-fork themed restaurant, is located at 99 High. To create the contemporary and sophisticated space, the existing storefront was replaced with a new glass vestibule entry and French doors. Interior features include a custom millwork and marble bar, French mullion partitions, wood flooring, columns of millwork and mirrored glass, high backed booths with seating around high cocktail tables, a 21-seat bar, and a library/meeting room for private functions. There is also a portable outdoor bar with grilling on the patio.
“Society on High is a contemporary, American bistro offering local favorites with a unique decor,” Society on High owner Ian Just said. “The atmosphere is one of of relaxation, comfort and class.”