Bar Louie Opening New Location at Fenway
BOSTON - Sept. 17, 2013 // PRNewswire // - Bar Louie announced the opening of their newest location on Brookline Avenue in Fenway. When Bar Louie opens its doors on September 21st, it will be the third New England location for the Texas based brand with neighboring locations in Patriot Place and Providence. Bar Louie Fenway is conveniently situated next to the new Marriott Residence Inn just west of Fenway Park.
"We've experienced overwhelming support in Foxborough, since our opening at Patriot Place in 2008, so needless to say we're thrilled to be going into another iconic area of Boston," says, Bill Cochran, director of operations.
Bar Louie is an eclectic urban bar and eatery made famous for their handcrafted signature martinis. They also feature an exceptional selection of small plates, flatbreads, salads, burgers and sandwiches. While beer and wine connoisseurs will be impressed with the extensive selection of imports, 20 beers on tap and 22 wines by the glass, cocktail drinkers will revel in the 32 signature martinis, mojitos and margaritas made from the highest quality ingredients, fresh fruit and hand squeezed juices.
Bar Louie will be open daily for lunch, dinner and late night dining from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Sunday with entire menu available until last call. In addition, Bar Louie Fenway will open with half price flatbreads & select appetizers every Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
About Bar Louie
Located at 121 Brookline Avenue, the 5,800 square-foot location comfortably seats 213. For more information about Bar Louie Fenway contact email@example.com or visit facebook.com/BarLouieFenway. For other Bar Louie locations or information on franchising opportunities visit barlouieamerica.com.
SOURCE Bar Louie
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