By: Jessica Cickay
We all learned in fourth grade science class that heat rises, and as I ascended up the swirling staircase at Legal Harborside, it was obvious that this – the freshest location of the Legal Seafood empire on Boston’s waterfront – was definitely an establishment that knew how to bring the heat. To host the "Bivalves and Bubbles” event, which featured a grand array of oysters, champagne and atmosphere, Legal Harborside had patrons bypass its lovely yet approachable ground-floor restaurant and its upscale yet not up-its-own-you-know-what fine dining digs on the second, to head straight to the roof deck for some stylish sips, slurps and city sightseeing.
The Seaport District in Boston is an up-and-coming neighborhood, and the addition of Legal Harborside to the strip is a clear way for the area to move on up and come on in to the hearts of Bostonians looking for a new dining destination, day or night, summer or winter. The third floor deck is the cherry on top of the 20,000 square foot space, with its open-air seaside views, sleek stone bar and copper-clad fireplace, all of which are bookended by wood-decked patios and encapsulated by a retractable glass awning for when the snow starts to fall.
Legal Harborside270 Northern Ave
Boston, MA 02210