Suburban Extended Stay Logan Airport
312 Shirley Street
Winthrop, MA 02152
Phone: (617) 539-9466
Fax: (617) 846-6781
Bars & Cafes
If your flight is delayed at the Logan Airport the wait won't seem as bad because of Boston Beer Works. They open up quite early in the morning, hence making it easy for patrons to enjoy some scrumptious breakfast and a hot coffee after a tiring flight. they have a special kids menu hence is ideal for families to stop-over for a bite. They have a wide selection of craft beers to go with your meal.
Many Bostonians and almost all tourists ignore East Boston unless they are going to the airport. Next time, skip the airport food and check out the surrounding environs. Have a thin-crust pizza and a beer at Santarpio's Pizza and mix with the locals at this no-frills neighborhood bar. A wide variety of delicious toppings and combinations promise you a an appetizing fare. Lamb skewers are also a popular preparation. Santarpio's has a full service bar where you will find a suitable wine or beer to complement your meal.
Located close to the airport, Ecco offers a great stock of wines and beers for the thirsty traveler! The food menu is an assortment of contemporary American dishes with an Italian twist. If you are confused about what to order, try their signature dishes like chicken broccoli ziti, Veal Ecco or the baked lobster. Their signature cocktails are finely crafted by experienced bartenders and are the perfect complement to any meal. Check website for more information.
LTK or Legal Test Kitchen uses the most innovative technology like WiFi, IPOD docks at the table, mood lighting system and a multi-cultural cuisine. The menu offers sushi and raw bar, appetizers, soups, small plates, salads and main food. You will also find on the menu pho, tempura, Mysore rasam soup, angry lobster and grilled skirt steak frite. All these foods are accompanied by a huge list of wines and spirits that suit your taste as well the food on your plate. The cuisine reflects the food from various cultures like Asian, Indian, European, South American and the United States.
This seafood restaurant serves old-fashioned New England fare in a great waterfront setting. Some might call the decor tacky, with ship wheels, lobster pots and fishnets adorning the wood-paneled walls, but it is reassuring that places like this are still around. Get a table by the window, order the twin lobster special and watch the boats come into dock, and you will be glad that you did not go to a crowded tourist trap and pay twice as much. The restaurant has a full service bar.
Comfort is the idea at this Boston Waterfront eatery. Lush couches and big-screen televisions give The Living Room a homey feel. Comfort food like Grandma's Meatloaf will make you feel right at home, and there is even a fireplace for those chilly Boston nights.
Nico depicts a sophisticated yet cozy ambiance with delectable food and wine to go with. The food is outstanding including antipasti, risotto and pastas with a variety of selections. The wine menu is extensive. If you are not a wine drinker, then you can enjoy sipping on some delicious cocktails while you have a chat with your group of friends. The ambiance and the food is a great combination for a special occasion or just a get together with friends. Reservations are highly recommended.
From early spring to the end of the summer, hordes of young professionals flock to this popular watering hole. Perched on the water's edge, this hot spot is where many come to relax with a frozen margarita or a cold beer, after a day in the office or touring. The brick patio gets jam-packed starting at 5p on summer nights. The small, wrought-iron tables overflow with those looking to unwind, meet new people or enjoy some delicious appetizers.
Chef Daniel Bruce offers a seasonal and contemporary menu at Meritage. Located in the Boston Harbor Hotel, it is renowned for its Sunday brunch. On offer are hot and cold appetizers, tasting plates and delectable seafood. They pride themselves on their award-winning selection of 12,000 bottles of wine, with 1500 on display in sub-zero cases. With over 850 varieties to choose from, this place is an oenophiles haven.
Founded in 1971, Starbucks is probably the biggest coffeehouse establishment in the globe. And it also doesn't need any introduction. Their Fort Point Channel branch is near the harbor and a series of parks. It is the ideal stopover for a cuppa for joggers, walkers, tourists and locals. Take a sip of their fresh brews such as Caffè Misto, Clover and Pike Place. Or try their delightful frappes like Caramel, Cinnamon Dolce and Caffe Vanilla. They also offer tea in their drinks list. Munch on their pastries and sandwiches to complete the experience.
Located at 5 North Square, Gennaro's offers a culinary bliss with Italian dishes influenced by American flavors. Chef Marisa Locco, who is also the owner, has names her menu 'MangiAmerica' which translates to 'Eat America'. She has excellently added an American touch to authentic Italian preparations. The end dish, thus, is a marvel and is one of a kind. The menu features pastas, antipasti, risotto and sides. All the sections and menus like the bar menu, lunch and dinner menus have sumptuous selections which are best if paired with their huge wine selection. Choose to order by the glass, bottle or splits. Visit website to have a look at the menus and call ahead for reservations.
Panza, located in the North End neighborhood, serves authentic Italian dishes and boasts a quaint and relaxing ambiance. With signature dishes like seafood pasta, vean etc. the menu also features entrees like Chicken Marsala, Pastas like Linguine Carbonara and Salads like Italian Chop Salad which can be shared between two. Their menu is consistent with classic Italian dishes, along with which they also serve seasonal dishes around the year. The wine list is impressive and goes perfectly well with the Italian preparations. Reservations can be made online. Call ahead for more information.