Downtown Boston has a new dining spot that pays homage to the history of the city and sits right by Faneuil Hall. The White Bull Tavern has officially opened at 1 Union St., serving pizzas, skillet-cooked appetizers, and more.
Amazing decor, super friendly owner Jeff and just all around super unique vibe. The hostesses and bartenders are awesome, and the food’s delicious— you must try the Brussels sprouts. Can’t wait to go back!
“William Blackstone was a pioneer, a man of many trades and talents, and a legend in his own right. We took that inspiration and turned it into a new concept that is a modern-day meeting place,” said owner Jeff Baird in a release, promising “something for everyone” at the restaurant, from mid-day snacking to late-night dining.
The restaurant has a raw bar with eight seats, serving a selection of oysters that changes daily. Appetizers, which are served in cast-iron skillets, include lollipop lamb chops, meatballs, roasted Brussels sprouts, and pan-seared scallops. The main menu features several pizzas, including a particularly meaty one topped with pepperoni, prosciutto, and salami. In addition to pre-set pizzas, there are customizations available, along with sandwiches and salads. Entrees rotate weekly.
To drink, there are 24 beers on draft and cocktails served in non-traditional vessels, like antique tea cups and champagne buckets. The White Bull Tavern operates daily from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. In the coming months, the restaurant will debut late-night and weekend brunch menus.