One of the most anticipated restaurant openings in the Boston Seaport happened on April 1 – The Nautilus Pier 4 is now open for business. The Nautilus Pier 4 is a sophisticated answer to the original Nantucket “island-cool” Nautilus locale.
Residents of the area may note some favorites from the original Nautilus location, which has been popular since opening in 2014. The restaurant’s partner and beverage director, Clinton Terry, described the atmosphere as “ultra fine-dining” but done in “Hawaiian shirts and board shorts.” The new Nautilus-brand canned wine that sommelier Stephen Bowler and Napa Valley winemaker Sean Larken developed is a pinot noir rosé reflecting the restaurant’s casual elegance.
Several properties in the area have immediate access to this up-and-coming restaurant, including some of Boston's most notable luxury buildings located in the Seaport District.
- 50 Liberty: At the heart of Boston Harbor, 50 Liberty in the Seaport District is a 14-story, 120-unit building adjacent to 22 Liberty.
- 22 Liberty: Adjacent to 50 Liberty, 22 Liberty is also a 14-story building with all glass façade and floor plans that range from studio to 3+ bedroom penthouses.
- Echelon Seaport: Echelon Seaport is situated within the “Block M” development area and will consist of 733 luxury ownership and rental units across three towers. An additional 285 apartments will be located in the third tower. Experience the scenic Boston waterfront at Echelon Seaport Luxury Condos and Apartments. Luxury units at Echelon Seaport are available now ranging from $750K to $5 million, rentals from $2,500.
- St. Regis Residences: The St. Regis Residences will feature 114 luxury waterfront condos at the former home of Whiskey Priest and Atlantic Beer Garden. These residences will run from one bedroom to penthouse units.
- Pier 4: Pier 4 units are ready for move-in, and select units are available. The Pier 4 condos are surrounded on three sides, feature nine stories, and range from one to four-bedroom units.
The Nautilus Pier 4 menu is made up primarily of the small signature plates that the name is known for. Culinary director Liam Mackey and Executive Chef Stephen Marcaurelle have added Mediterranean influence to all the Asian-inspired accents.
The internal seating capacity of the restaurant is three times the original Nantucket location at 165 seats in the Jules Verne “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” aesthetic dining room. An additional 65 seats in the patio area are also available.
If you are interested in living in the Boston Seaport area, Elevated can help you find the right luxury condominium to meet your needs. Contact us today to schedule your pre-construction walk-through.