A new dining and drinking spot is on its way to one of Boston's best-known museums, and it is replacing another restaurant that closed last fall.
According to a press release, 465 Bar and Restaurant is opening at the Museum of Fine Arts on July 10, taking over the former Bravo space in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art. The new spot will offer a seasonal menu that features both small plates and larger entrees using fresh, local ingredients, while beer, wine, cider, cocktails, and mocktails will be available as well. The release says that 465 Bar and Restaurant will have both a dining area and a lounge, and a terrace will be open (weather permitting) during the warmer months.
Bravo shut down in October after 15 years in business, according to an article from Boston Magazine.
The Museum of Fine Arts is located at 465 Huntington Avenue in Boston.
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