Creating new dining destinations

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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.

40 Broad warehouse 2Warehouse 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 HighSociety 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.”

Photo of Warehouse Bar and Grill by Patrick Rogers


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