A few Boston eateries are getting creative by providing much more than food. Liquid Art House serves Lithuanian food among a curated collection of art and furniture. The world menu, by Rachel Klein, is prepared to match the gallery decor. The menu changes seasonally to keep up with the art in the gallery.
For the board game lover, Knight Moves in Brookline takes casual cafe to a whole new level. Customer have access to 300 different board games. The cafe charges a cover charge and for the regular visitors there are membership plans from $15-120 a month, with different perks. They serve coffee, tea, soda, hot chocolate and various snacks and also just added more food options, including milkshakes and paninis. For 21 and older crowd, they have a BYOB policy.
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