Having a partner turns bouncing a ball into a tennis match, a monologue into a conversation, and a bear attack into a slightly longer bear attack. Experience the power of pairing with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $59 for a dinner for two valid Sunday–Thursday (up to a $102 value)
- $69 for a dinner for two valid Friday–Saturday (up to a $102 value)
- $109 for a dinner for four valid Sunday–Thursday (up to a $204 value)
- $129 for a dinner for four valid Friday–Saturday (up to a $204 value)
Dinner includes the following per pair of diners:
- One appetizer (up to a $17 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $37 value each)
- One dessert (up to a $11 value)
The restaurant's menu includes appetizers such as deconstructed tuna maki ($17) and local seared scallops ($16), while entrees range from local cod with Wellfleet clams ($26) to applewood-bacon-wrapped pork loin ($27). Diners can complete their feast with a side of dessert, such as fresh berries atop nutella crème brûlée ($11) and New York–style cheesecake with housemade ice cream ($11).
Since 49 Social opened in May 2011, foodies from Zagat to NECN's "TV Diner" have being gushing over its menu of eclectic American cuisine. Chef Mike Lishchynsky is the mastermind behind the eatery's upscale fare, which includes artfully plated entrees of lobster, crustaceans, and confit chicken served to diners seated in three main dining rooms. A wall of wine bottles tucked within dark wood cubby holes lines the back wall of the bar where diners peruse a separate, yet equally unique, bar menu that features not only short rib sliders and flatbreads but frog legs with waffles. Bartenders stay busy pouring out ten styles of cocktails blended fresh with basil, jalapeno infused sugarcane syrup, and whole coconut trees, while a well-stocked selection of draught and bottled beers includes Estrella Damm Inedit, which was created by elBulli restaurant's Chef Ferran Adria.
To complement the restaurant's upscale menu, 49 Social's three levels—a main dining floor, mezzanine, and granite-wall lounge lit by floating candles—are accented with wrought iron décor and illuminated by crystal chandeliers. White-clothed tables offer an elegant touch to the dimly lit space that was named a Top Ten Even Space of 2011 by BizBash.
Rave reviews around the table for the duo of chicken with truffled mac and cheese.Elizabeth B., Yelp, 2/22/12
I got the Corn bisque which was a slice of heaven. I would come back just for this soup. It was so amazing. I wanted to lick the bowl.Dawn A., Yelp, 8/27/12
49 Temple Pl.
Boston, Massachusetts 02111Get Directions