“With all that North End has to offer, don’t be surprised if you want to enjoy another sublime restaurant in the neighbourhood. offers a high-end culinary experience and is certainly one of North End’s finest offerings. Telling us about what visitors can expect, City Winery said: “We’re extremely unique in that we are a fully functioning winery in the heart of Boston. We get grapes from all of over the world to make wine right here in the city, that we serve on tap directly to our customers. They can expect great service, great food, great wine and even check out a live band as we put on 400 concerts a year in our concert venue!'”
Thanks to Jetline Cruise for including us in their “Boston Neighbourhoods You Have To Visit”!
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The Brooklyn-based MC earned his stripes as one of the most lyrically-gifted, socially aware and politically insightful rappers to emerge in the last 20 years.
“I’m a touring artist. I’m an artist that’s internationally known. I’m not just a local artist at this point in my career. I’m cognizant of the fact that what I do is beyond where it started. I’m trying to reach the apex of where I am now, but without turning my back on or dismissing what I’ve done before.”
After nearly 20 years of releasing mesmerizing music, Talib Kweli stands as one of the world’s most talented and most accomplished Hip Hop artists. Whether working with Mos Def as one-half of Black Star, partnering with producer Hi-Tek for Reflection Eternal, releasing landmark solo material or collaborating with Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Just Blaze, J Dilla, or Madlib, Kweli commands attention by delivering top-tier lyricism, crafting captivating stories and showing the ability to rhyme over virtually any type of instrumental.
In 2011, Kweli founded Javotti Media, which is self-defined as “a platform for independent thinkers and doers.” Kweli has set out to make Javotti Media (which released his 2011 album, Gutter Rainbows, and is named after his paternal grandmother) into a media powerhouse that releases music, films and books.
Happy Earth Day from City Winery Boston! Here are a few green facts about City Winery’s winemaking!
80% of the wine we produce ends up in our tap program.
Our tap wines are low in sulfites and do not go thorough fining or heavy filtration, these are all natural beauties!
Therefore, our tap wines produce less waste (no glass, cork or labels neeeded) and are GREENER!
During harvest, our stems and skins, commonly referred to as “must,” go on to live another life! We either pass them on as compost, or hand them over to a neighboring distillery to be made into something yummy like Grappa!
Our kegs have quick turn-around and are easily cleaned, providing a reliable and reusable container for our wines.
The lees (residual or dead yeast that rests in the bottom of some barrels) that is pulled from our wines is given to our City Winery kitchen to be used for making our famous flatbreads.
The grapes we source come to us in reusable bins that are rinsed and cleaned after we press the grapes, and sent back to their homes in California, Washington and Oregon.
Michael grew up in New England with a passion for the art of music and food. He pursued his love of culinary and became a Sous Chef early in his career. Eventually he realized he wanted to wear jeans and a black hoodie to work everyday so he quickly changed gears and pursued a career in music. Michael graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in Music Industry. He’s worked at venues throughout Boston and Philadelphia booking local talent and upcoming artists. Michael is excited to be working at City Winery, being able to book talent in both the Main Concert Venue and Haymarket Lounge. Fun fact: his favorite holiday is April Fool’s Day and he had the opportunity to tour internationally while he was managing a band.
City Winery Boston was happy to be a part of Eat Your Words: A Tasting Event To Benefit 826 Boston on Monday, March 26th. The event was presented by Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, The Boston Restaurant Group and Restaurant Trends.
Every ticket purchased to the Eat Your Words event supported 826 Boston, a nonprofit youth writing and publishing organization that empowers traditionally underserved students ages 6-18 to find their voices, tell their stories, and gain communication skills to succeed in school and in life. The organization was founded in 2007. The event raised $42,000 to donate to 826 Boston!
Pictured is our Sous Chef and Pastry Chef, Hannah Lurier, with our sampling of Mongolian Braised Short Ribs with Gruyere Lemon Pomme Puree & Crispy Onion Salad.
City Winery Boston’s Marketing Director, Courtney Dwyer, and Private Event Director, Krysten Mallett, were proud to represent City Winery at The Greg Hill Foundation’s 2,841 Days Celebration event at the UMass Club on March 22nd, 2018. Also in attendance at the event were Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and New England Patriots’ Julian Edelman and Devin McCourty.
The Greg Hill Foundation responds to immediate requests for assistance, to improve the lives of local families touched by tragedy, through matching the charitable donation of Greg’s media audience.
Learn more information about the foundation here.
“This is Puerto Rico in late January, months after Hurricane Maria, and Dorf and 125 of his employees at City Winery are helping to pioneer a new project in voluntourism. City Winery crews are working at five farms throughout the island, pulling fallen trees off shade-grown coffee bushes; replanting onion, eggplant and tomato fields; and hauling out debris from shattered buildings.” – FOOD & WINE
Read more about why City Winery staff traveled to Puerto Rico back in January!
Women of the world unite as they continue to pave the way for generations to come! Happy International Women’s Day from the women of City Winery Boston!
Welcome to episode 4 of the City Winery podcast with Ted Canova! In this episode, Ted sits down with Craig Finn of The Hold Steady! The two met backstage before Craig’s Paul Stanley – themed halloween show at City Winery.
Craig shares with Ted how music opened his world, going from nerd to “cool kid” to pioneering two bands with urgent lyrics and driving guitars, the strategy of releasing 4 albums in 5 years, feeling scared when he went solo, and the future for The Hold Steady.
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