dbar

Phone
617.265.4490

Address
1236 Dorchester Avenue
Dorchester

Website
www.dbarboston.com

Reservations
Accepted Sun-Thu
for Parties of Six or More

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Chef
Christopher Coombs

Food Type
Seasonal Bistro/American

Price Range
Apps. $7-$12
Entrées $15-$19

Accepted Payment
Visa, MasterCard, AmEx

Meals Served
Dinner, Brunch

Hours
Dinner
Mon-Sat 5:00-10:00 pm
Sun 5:00-9:00 pm
Brunch
Sunday 11:00 am-3:00 pm
Bar
Mon-Wed 5:00 pm-Midnight
Thu-Sat 5:00 pm-2:00 am

Services Offered
Accommodates Large Parties, Catering, Handicap Access, Live Music, Pre-Theatre, Take-out, Tasting Menu, Dancing 'til 2:00 am on Weekends, Seasonal Patio





dbar has established itself as Dorchester's premier dining and cocktailing destination, representing the gentrifying Savin Hill neighborhood with its many regulars and clientele from surrounding areas. Formerly an old-school Irish pub filled with mahogany charm, dbar has been renovated into a hip chic hot spot. With glowing candles and long leather banquettes, it remains casual and comfortable.

The interesting and classy menu by Executive Chef Christopher Coombs changes with the season's finest and freshest available ingredients and courts the foodies throughout the Boston area. Most of the menu takes a French twist, but it also contains comfort foods such as Chris' famous Veal & Pancetta Bolognese. dbar's exquisite yet affordable $19 and under entrees along with its own parking lot make for an affordable alternative to expensive downtown dining.

From espresso martinis to a fine glass of Bordeaux, dbar caters to all with an eclectic martini list and a 200 bottle wine selection that will far exceed your expectations. Come and surrender to your innermost desires at dbar!

"Star quality cuisine & dazzling drinks." - Food Arts

"dbar represents the new Dorchester with an eclectic menu, reasonable prices." - The Boston Globe

Boston's Best Guaranteed Great Meal - Improper Bostonian

"Incredibly sophisticated fare." - Boston Herald

"Upscale cuisine at neighborhood prices." - The Boston Globe

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