With our world inconveniently melting down into economic sludge, formerly ballerific lifestyles need some downsizing -- ditching the limo for the T, and implementing "if it's brown, flush it down". Downsize your bar bill without downsizing your swagger at minibar
Nestled in the former Domani space in the Copley Square Hotel, minibar is a 40-seat, date-friendly lounge replete with white-and-black leather furniture and thematically centered on serving sensible increments of good things. Drinks start with service at one of ten tables, in which you choose a half bottle of wine, or a "mini" 375ml of your choice -- Belvedere, Patron, Johnnie Walker, Pyrat Pistol Rum (plus three Stirrings mixers) -- or upgrade to a $350 50ml taste of Louis XIII, because seriously, what're the chances they'll even have colleges by the time you have kids? Foodwise, mini stays small with choice apps (Parmesan & Rosemary Fries, Arancini, Duck Confit Quesadilla), pizzettes (Margherita, Soppressata), and sandwiches like the grilled Kobe Hot Dog, Mini Kobe Beef Burgers, or Mini Pressed Cubans (despite her own crippled economy, Cuba still has a robust Sandwich Program).
In the future, mb plans to have an outdoor patio with homey lounge furniture -- so comfortable you won't ever want to get up, inspiring the new maxim, "If it's yellow, blame this fellow".