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Zuma, the internationally-acclaimed Japanese izakaya-inspired restaurant and bar, is situated on the second floor of our hotel. Boston is the 12th and latest addition to their global portfolio of restaurants, with other locations including London, New York and Miami. Expect an energetic and vibrant atmosphere, fueled by a lively bar scene and unique restaurant design.
- One + One Restaurant
Our second-level restaurant is a chic destination inviting you to join friends, family or business associates for a power breakfast. Enjoy innovative cuisine and welcoming Four Seasons service.
Coming soon: This street-level lobby bar is a fun, lively spot offering creative cocktails, and extensive wine list and a menu of light cuisine. It’s a dynamic new meeting place in Boston’s Back Bay neighbourhood.
- In-Room Dining
Arrived late at night and too tired to go out? Relaxing in the morning and don’t want to leave your Four Seasons cocoon? Choose from our 24-hour In-Room Dining menu and we’ll deliver a delicious experience.
- An International Sensation Arrives in Boston
World-renowned, contemporary Japanese restaurant Zuma ignites the bar and dining experience of guests staying at Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston. One of 11 worldwide locations, Zuma was created and co-founded by acclaimed Chef Rainer Becker, and reflects his admiration for the discipline, passion, innovation and authenticity of Japanese cuisine.
The culinary approach at Zuma Boston is inspired by the informal, traditional Japanese concept of izakaya – guests share dishes in a relaxed environment with every element of Japanese cooking happening under one roof, powered by three kitchens: the main kitchen, sushi counter and robata grill.
Zuma’s vibrant bar delivers a stylish experience, serving award-winning heritage cocktails and a comprehensive list of approximately 70 varieties of premium sakes, including Zuma Ginjo – exclusively developed by the brand’s sommelier team in conjunction with Akitabare brewery, Akita prefecture, Japan.