Citizen Public House

AtmosphereCitizen Public House is low lit, has dark wood throughout the establishment and a huge bar that runs the length of the restaurant. Size-wise, it is somewhere between small and medium sized. The decor has a historic feel with loud music echoing throughout the bar. The What’s unique about Citizen Public House is the fireplace that hugs the wall in the lounge chair area.

Address – 1310 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02215

Phone Number – 617-450-9000

Parking – 1330 Boylston Garage (entrance on Jersey St)

Closes – 1am

Similar BarsUpscale Bars

Surrounding BarsFenway/Kenmore Square

Dress Code – Lenient

Cover Charge – No

Sports on TV – No

Crowd – Late 20s to early 40s

Music – They play whatever they’re feeling is the vibe that night on Pandora! This could include BB King, James Brown, Jazz, or Top 40 and Hip Hop on a more upbeat night.

Line – No

Dancing – No

Guy to Girl Ratio –50/50

My Opinion – New as of Fall 2010, Citizen Public House in Boston has a dark, seductive vibe on the inside. Go to the Oyster Bar if you are feeling froggy (seafood’s not my thing.) The crowd here is a mostly that of professionals ranging from late 20s to early 40s. What I like about Citizen Public House is that the atmosphere and decor is not too over the top or pretentious to the point you don’t feel comfortable not pulling up in a Bentley and wearing a tux. It is very nice but still has a cozy feeling to it. If you are entertained and amazed as easy as I am, make sure you ask about the ice ball maker when you go.

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2 Responses to “Citizen Public House”

  1. Karen

    The people who work here are the shit!! Great seafood.

  2. John Perini

    That ice ball maker thing is legit must see. I’m still amazed.