Wonderful high ceilings. The fireplaces have nice quotes etched into the stone. Large brass chandeliers. Servers were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was ok.
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Meeting room was fine. Catering for that meeting and an evening dinner was very nice. Staff was attentive. I do not know if it was an inhouse or out of house caterer. Near airport yet in nice part of Boston.
Was there for a wedding reception and it was perfect. The history of the building alone was worth seeing. They did a great job and was a wonderful wedding reception venue
If you have the chance, take advantage of the fine dining at the Harvard Club with a member. Service was great in this historic landmark. Started with a potato leek soup which was followed by a seared haddock with fregola sarda (a pasta similar to...More
Was here for a birthday. The food was good, but the place needs a major rehab. I know we all like tradition, but sometimes tradition needs a lift.
After a disastrous lawsuit, the Board sold off half the building, arguably destroying the charm and grace of the 100 year old club At present, .all restaurants have been dumbed down to one weak menu...wow, you can get a 10 oz sirloin!...who knew? No more...More
A friend who's a member took me here for a quick dinner before a Red Sox game (Fenway is a moderate walk away, down Commonwealth Avenue). Although there is a more stylish restaurant and bar upstairs, we first ate dinner in the more informal location...More
I've been a member for years, and while I enjoy the club, I've been embarrassed more than once while hosting guests for dinner. The food is sub-par, often overly salty (recent fish dish was inedible), and improperly cooked (scallops, hard/rubbery), and the service, while quite...More
The Harvard Club very graciously came to our rescue when I failed to book the hotel next door. It was like stepping back in time. The staff were super friendly and made the stay memorable but the rooms cried out for serious updating. We had...More