It is home to the "Parker House Roll" and the Boston Cream Pie. The main dining room is a spectacular space with high ceiling, carved walnut paneling and fussy old world service.
Oddly when we were there, the dining room was only open for breakfast and lunch. I had breakfast there twice. Eggs Benedict, and New England Corned beef Hash with poached eggs. The food was good, the service welcoming, and the space fabulous.
I would go back.
Travelling posh class, with TP and Gerry. 😜ReplyDelete
I have stayed in posher, for less moneyDelete
My memory of Parker House was my first visit to Boston. I drove up from NYC in the wee hours of the morning to stay with my friend Mary, a bar tender. She wasn’t home because she had spent the night at Parker House with a business man she met at her bar. I had to entertain myself on Beacon Hill for 2 hours while she was entertaining herself. Probably not how Parker House wants to be remembered.ReplyDelete
The Parker House Roll ... In The Hay?Delete
good one, Bob!Delete
Gorgeous!!!! And how dare the guy behind your hubby be wearing a hoodie!!! The nerve!!!!!!! And why do these hotel corporations insist on having their name on everything? Can't they just call the place The Parker House?ReplyDelete
We were wearing jackets, to breakfastDelete
A step back in time. What a lovely room.ReplyDelete
The finish detail was amazingDelete
I'll take fussy old world service and a piece of Boston Cream Pie!ReplyDelete
It was funDelete
Ooooo! Look at me being all fancy and high-class...ReplyDelete
you even put on pantsDelete
Smile next time!Delete
It looks very classic and classy indeed!ReplyDelete
Nice place for breakfastDelete