Another numerical name joins Boston’s restaurant community: 75 on Courthouse Square, which is a relative of both 75 Chestnut and 75 on Liberty Wharf, debuts at 60 Seaport Blvd. on January 26, in the same mixed-use development that now houses Tuscan Kitchen and a Kings location, among other establishments.
The largest of the restaurants under the 75 moniker, 75 on Courthouse Square spans 7,000 square feet and seats 250; it also has room for private events. The menu is similar to that of 75 Chestnut, including salads, sandwiches, and burgers, along with pasta and seafood entrees, such as steamed mussels, Nantucket seafood stew, and charbroiled Atlantic salmon.
Alongside the food, 75 on Courthouse Square is serving wine, scotch, cognac, and cocktails that range from classics like a Manhattan and a Negroni to an elderflower cosmo and a “fan peartini,” presumably a reference to the nearby Fan Pier. There’s also a build-your-own bloody mary bar that features infused vodkas along with various sauces and garnishes for the beverages.
The three 75 restaurants are part of the Hampshire House Corporation, which was founded by Thomas A. Kershaw. The group also runs Cheers Beacon Hill, Cheers Faneuil Hall, and Hampshire House.
75 on Courthouse Square is open seven days a week, serving lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.