The ultimate meeting room: the wine cellar
Boston’s Beacon Street has always been synonymous with success and the elite. Since pre-revolutionary times, this area has enjoyed periods of unprecedented mercantile, cultural, and political wealth. In fact, in the eighteenth century, three large mansions lined Beacon Street, one of which was the home of Edward Bromfield, Jr.
Today, the site of Mr. Bromfield’s mansion is Boston’s premier destination for unrivaled cuisine, service, and ambiance: The Wine Cellar on the lower level of Fifteen Beacon, one of Boston’s most luxurious boutique hotels.
Built on the foundation of Bromfield’s 1722 mansion, with its double-vaulted ceiling and walls lined with wine racks, the cellar is truly unique and impressive and quite coveted as a small meeting venue in Boston.
Our catering and event staff can assist in coordinating a variety of setups for The Wine Cellar which can accommodate 26 conference style, 40 people for a seated meeting, and 80 for a reception.
Additionally, we can assist in arranging everything you need including flowers, audio/visual, business services, and much more.
We also feature a wonderful choice of menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and coffee breaks prepared by our Executive Chef, David Hutton. He can also work with groups to custom-design a special menu suited to your particular tastes.
For additional information or to book a meeting at Fifteen Beacon, please call 857.233.9897 or toll-free at 1.888.229.0684.