Adjacent to the Boston Garden, the 35,000 square-foot space boasts three very different fully-integrated programs…
The restaurant, Poco Diablo, will feature Mexican and Latin “street food cuisine”. The interior will reflect this diversity in its balance of raw finishes, urban street art, contradicted but plush fabric lounge seating, and a sophisticated bar.
The event space will carry the design of the entrance with walls of brick, rafters of raw wood and large scale tile floors. This room has its own personality and can easily be adapted to host any type of event or simply be a very exciting pre-concert space.
The Music Hall / Concert space, Big Night Live, with its oversized red crystal chandeliers, beautiful wood finished walls extending up to 20 feet, flanked with a combination of photography and fine art, is a tribute to romance of past music halls and supper clubs. This space features luxury “pod seating”, a series of VIP rooms – including mezzanine viewing – and a long oversized central island bar and several smaller bars. With its 16’ tall red velvet panels that cover the window walls, the venue can transition into an intimate, A+ music hall and right back to reveal the bright lights of Boston. Accommodating up to 2000 guests, almost 1500 of which are in the music hall, the multiple levels offer every guest the best view in the house, fully elevating your nightlife and live music hall experience.