Peruse the menu at Boston’s Eastern Standard, a sprawling French-influenced bar and brasserie located near Fenway Park, and one fact becomes immediately clear: These guys don’t play favorites. In a market where there seems to be a tendency toward specialization in one variety of beverage over another—wine bar versus tap house, cocktail lounge over whiskey palace—Eastern Standard covers all bets, and does it more than ably. Whether your tipple is ale or Aviation Cocktail, ...
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