While we like to keep our celebrations going year-round, there’s something to be said about the special touch of a seasonal soiree. Specifically, a holiday season soiree. Festive decor, merry libations, a refreshing winter chill in the air — let’s face it, holiday parties are the best way to get into the spirit of the most wonderful time of the year. And to make your job as the hostess with the mostess one step easier, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite venues across Boston — on-the-go cocktail bars, included!
This spacious warehouse balances both historic and modern elegance in every inch of its versatile space. For the host with a keen eye for design, this is an idyllic blank slate to create a personalized holiday gathering to remember.
In the world of grand soirees, look no further than Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts to host your chicest holiday party yet. From courtyards to galleries, the museum is home to a number of elegant options to host every kind of festive fete.
Just off Copley Square, Loews Boston Hotel delivers with multiple celebration sites filled with historic charm and modern sophistication. Choose from indoor and outdoor spaces, all backed up by their next-level catering of New England fare with a twist.
Calling all creatives! The Revolution Hotel is an ideal setting for your upcoming season’s soiree, complete with stunning sculptures and innovative art pieces that speak to Boston’s rich design history. Step inside the two-story lobby and stake out the expansive space, which includes a reception, fireplace lounge, and a library.
This cocktail lounge on wheels provides a wow-worthy alternative to your basic bar setup. The two vintage airstreams offer creative lounge and seating areas, unique design details and, of course, delicious libations for your guests.
This nominee for Boston’s Most Beautiful projects sings to the tune of endless celebration. This artist’s retreat provides the perfect backdrop for your intimate gathering of 50 or a stylish cocktail party of 400. Plus, all events contribute to providing underprivileged youth with paying jobs in the arts.
Toast to the eclectic retro vibes at Hojoko, Boston’s Japanese tavern with a 60s surfer touch. This high-energy hangout is the perfect spot for your lively guest list with ample space to sip, savor and celebrate.