From Our Editors
Five Things to Know About Beat Hôtel
Beat Hôtel may sit right on Harvard Square, but it was inspired less by the Ivy League’s ivy than by the ‘60s’ Beat poets. Founded by the team behind The Beehive, this hardwood-floored eatery caters to vegans, creatives, and anyone who likes food. Read on to find out more about why it’s special:
They have wines on tap. 36 of them, all told, some of them custom-made for Beat Hôtel by small-batch wineries.
They’ll serve you a garden in a bowl.” No, the “Mother Earth Bowl” doesn’t have fertile soil at the bottom—but it’s brimming with fresh kale and veggies, pesto, and rice. Diners can order it topped with meat or quinoa-black bean cakes.
They’ll park your car. They offer valet parking on Fridays and Saturdays after 6 p.m.
They make sure diners get serenaded. Up-and-coming musicians take the purple-lit stage here to play an eclectic array of jazz, blues, and funk.
They know that brunch is best boozy. Hence their weekend brunches with mimosas, Bloody Marys, and sunny cocktails like the grapefruit julep.