LTK Bar and Kitchen

By ROBERT NADEAU  |  July 25, 2006

The color scheme is white, with black and red accents, like a mod steak house. The plentiful outdoor seating is entirely white. Bamboo table tops and wicker add a natural touch. The kitchen itself is enclosed in glass, so you can see the cooks but not hear or smell what they’re cooking up.

LTK Bar and Kitchen, 225 Northern Avenue, Boston | Daily, 11 am–11 pm | AE, DC, DI, MC, VI | full bar | no valet parking | sidewalk-level access | 617.330.7430

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