The Low Down
What to Drink: A long list of specialty cocktails makes use of the full bar. Potent La Boheme martinis mix Grey Goose, plum sake and Chambord while fan-favorite Serengeti is heavy on rum. Corkage is $20.
Where to Sit: There really isn't a bad seat in the house, but the outdoor enclosed stone patio, with trees wrapped in twinkling lights, a lovely central fireplace, heat lamps and mini garden is arguably the most romantic spot.
Happy Hour: Drinks and menu deals like the popular oyster and steamed muscle special are available in the bar area from 5pm to 8pm weekdays.
Where to Sit: The stone patio features twinkling lights and waterfalls, while heated lamps and fireplaces keep you cozy on cold nights.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The former La Boheme has reopened its doors as cafe La Boheme. Restaurant designer Margaret O'Brien has transformed the look of the restaurant to reflect a more relaxed vibe and has added more private booths and new paintings while keepingâ¦
Cafe La Boheme... "A Night At the Opera!"
By SavorHour at Menuism
It may not truly be an evening at the opera, but in essence, it is all one might expect at the Met in New... Read More
Happy Hour is Great!
By Peter N. at Judy's Book
We think this is one of the best places to come for Happy Hour. Food is great, drinks are great...and the price is great! Read More
By Yvette D at Insider Pages
This restaurant is grand, with a bohemian-like and eye catching deep red walls. Be sure to reserve a table outside in their patio and enjoy a nice ... Read More
By Shireen R at Insider Pages
Cafe La Boheme has a great space with fireplaces, interesting decor with great colors and loft seating. The eclectic cuisine combines Asian and Eu... Read More
By Natalie L at Insider Pages
This place is super romantic, so wrinting this review may make me a little depressed. I came here with my boyfriend and we pretty much finished a ... Read More