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Sensory Overload!!!!. I'm always looking to try out new places. I did some reading online and thought this would be a good place to try. I went in one evening a while ago with a few of my friends. The set up inside is pretty strange. It is like sensory overload. The music was blasting some kind of strange dance mix.... yet no one was dancing. As a matter of fact there were only 4 people in the place. My friends and I couldn't even hear each other without shouting. The DJ was set up in the front. Behind him was a projection screen with what looked like an acid warp projected onto it. It looked like it was straight from windows media player. SO STRANGE! The front walls are tin and a strange red color, while the walls in the back were spray panted with bizarre pictures, including a woman wearing practically nothing, that really seemed out of place. There were way too many colors that did not go together. There was a lounge type set up in the back where we decided to sit and talk, but since we still couldn't hear each other it was pretty hard to do that. I had a drink that was mediocre at best. Once we finished our drinks we left, and my ears were still ringing while I was sitting on the T on my way home. There should be a warning outside for people with epilepsy that they are at risk of a seizure.
Great atmosphere and food. This is a great place to relax, enjoy some food, and have a few drinks. The "small plates" were fantastic, in particular I loved the beef sliders and tempura vegetables. For entrees, you can't beat the seared tuna steak or steak frites. A visit isn't complete without trying out one of the many creative drinks like the 'Tijuana Tea bag' or the 'Sakito'. Hard to find wnything to complain about... the brains behind the Savant Project definitely got it right.
You have to try this place!. This place was an amazing find. Its always nice to see someone try a trendy spot but the results too ofter turn out corny and lame. This place, however, is awesome. Just upscale and trendy enough to rival newbury street but with the perfect amount of urban appeal and soulful flavor to fit in well with its locale. The prices are very reasonable and the food is excellent. I've been back a few times and have yet to be let down. The music is always great and they have a DJ spinning some great house and electro on Thursdays. Nothing too hardcore...just lively enough to make the dinner exciting. The energetic environment along with great food and service makes The Savant Project a great pick for a date. I'll definitely be back soon.
chill spot. One of my new local fav's for a cocktail. Great atmosphere and music, good spot for a date if you're in the area. Also love the drunken berry cup....
A hidden gem. We stumbled upon this diamond in the rough recently and instantly decided it's one of the best restaurants we've been to in a while. The service was impeccable, the food was outstanding, and the atmosphere was very ecclectic. The portions are more than adequate. Make sure to try the mixed drinks - very potent! The location is very convenient, just next to Brigham Circle. Parking was no problem. The guys who own the place are friendly and hands on, but not overbearing. We got the impression that they're here to stay, and they want to make sure their patrons have a very positive experience, which we did indeed.
Definitley worth checking out!!.
This place is Super Cute! One of my best girlfriends who lives in Mission Hill begged us to finally come to her neck of the woods for a drink--as we all live in Beacon Hill and she usually comes into the city. Anyway, she promised she found a great place, so we made the trek....and it was well worth it!
The Savant Project is just this uber classy yet casual and comfortable little gem in that part of town! The food was amazing. We all ordered a little bit of everything so we could all try the fun and crazy things on the menu. My fav's. are the skirt steak eggrolls and the half chicken . But def the best part was the drink menu. I highly reccomend the Pama Juice! Also they have this amazing little thing called the berry sake cup or something. Its literally the freshest berries (strawberries, rasberrys, blueberrys) drenched in Sake- uggghh soo good!
If you live there, its def a place worth checking out. If you dont live there, trust me its worth the trek. Haha, and I say trek like its far. Its really not that far, lol.
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