Please don’t stop the music; the music always stops. Emerald Lounge will close this December, reports Boston Restaurant Talk. The space — which functions as a nightclub inside of the Revere Hotel Boston Common where patrons can get bottle service but also a lobster roll — opened in the Revere Hotel in 2012.
Along with DJ nights and something called “Champagne & Chill,” the Emerald Lounge offers a menu of small plates and extensive cocktail, beer, and wine lists. The Emerald Lounge is planning a closing party for December 2, which will begin at 10 p.m.
To this point, it is unclear why the Emerald Lounge is ceasing operations, though a representative from the Revere Hotel Boston Common told Eater via a written statement that the hotel plans to debut a new restaurant in the spring of 2018.
“The new restaurant will be the next phase of the property’s recent multi-million dollar transformation and will be an iconic destination inspired by the city of Boston’s rich history and innovative spirit,” explained the statement.
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