W Boston

100 Stuart Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02116 USA
+1 617-261-8700


Find your artisanal fix at W Boston. The Gallery is our fine dining restaurant with candlelit tables, ceiling-high windows and New England recipes made with locally sourced ingredients. To end your evening on a high note, visit W Lounge, our vibrant hangout with debonair decor, creative cocktails and amplified DJ beats. Locals and out-of-towners mingle at the bar before the stage shows begin at Wang Theatre, Boston Opera House and Wilbur Theatre.


The Gallery

Before you head out to Wang Theatre, stop by The Gallery for cocktails and plates you can pass around the table. The perfect pre-show, prix fixe meal starts with New England dishes such as lobster rolls and Boston cream pies.

Open for breakfast and dinner

Phone: +1 617-261-8700

The Gallery - Brass Brunch The Gallery - Dinner


W Lounge

Hang out by the fireplace and sample small plates. Listen to guest and resident DJs who were handpicked by music curator Braun Dapper. If you're here for colorful cocktails before the show at Wilbur Theatre, you're in good company.

Open for lunch and dinner

Dress code: Smart Casual

Phone: +1 617-261-8700

W Lounge Communal Table Weekends at W Boston

W Boston Programming

W Boston has something happening every day of the week, from Kick Back hour every Tuesday night to complimentary champagne upgrades at Bliss Spa every Monday to live DJ sets in W Lounge, Thurs-Sat. Just call Whatever/Whenever or stop by Concierge to see what's happening during your stay.

Cheers To You


Having a passion for the culinary arts since she was a child, Chef Elyssa DuBois started her career in New York’s fine dining scene after graduating from Johnson and Wales. She later moved to New England to join the hotel industry and fell in love with the Boston culinary landscape.

Reveling in the idea of how food brings people together, DuBois enjoys the variety of creating dishes from an intimate party of 5 people to 400 person receptions. Constantly changing and keeping up with trends, her pragmatic approach is that food should not be overly complicated – It should be elegantly simple, using quality ingredients, and presented well.

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