The Best Cozy Cocktails This Winter in Boston, MA

At Committee in Boston, MA, we provide our community with unique cocktails crafted to perfection by our in-house bartenders. In the winter, it can be difficult to leave the house and enjoy the luxuries the city has to offer. This year, try something new by coming down to Committee and trying one of our craft cocktails with delicious Greek meze. Keep reading below to learn more about our favorite cocktails and where to find them in Boston! 


Vodka Cocktails in Boston, MA

At Committee in Boston, MA, we have a variety of different vodka cocktail options, each with a unique twist. Are you skeptical about vodka cocktails? We understand, but you can trust that these are like nothing you’ve had before! 


C0mmitt33 Mul3 2.0

Our version of the Moscow mule, this delicious drink comes with mango, saffron, ginger beer, and bitters. It can’t be missed! 


Boots and Hats

Our Boots and Hats cocktails are made with our St. George Chile Vodka. Made with bison grass, pink peppercorn, galangal, lime, and yuzu soda, this cocktail will pair perfectly with any of our Greek meze plates. 


Rum Cocktails in Boston, MA 

On top of vodka cocktails, we also have delicious rum cocktails to get you in the cold weather spirit. Not everyone enjoys rum, but we recommend that you give these a go. With our spices and flavor additions, you will barely be able to notice the rum! 


Daikiri-San ダイキリをください

Made with Flor de Cana 12yr and acidified pineapple, this may be one of our most unique cocktails. Perfect for those looking to try something new, this drink also contains sesame, ginger, nori, santaka chili, and light lime zest.  


Miss Kleo’s Crystal Ball

This crystal ball cocktail is made with Kleo’s mastiha and a delicious Oaxacan rum. Topped off with sumac, plum, sage, and lemon, it can’t be missed.


Tequila Cocktails in Boston, MA

At Committee in Boston, MA, tequila is one of our favorites. We have a variety of tequila cocktails, each with a different brand. Top off the New Year with a delicious tequila cocktail. 


#Flannel is the Color of My Energy

This cozy cocktail contains Maestro Dobel Diamante tequila and is served with spiced pear, maple-cider shrub, ginger, lemon, and a sparkling rose to add a little carbonation. 


Making Fetch Happen

Our last recommended cocktail for you to try this winter is Making Fetch Happen, made with Vida mezcal, toasted pistachio orgeat, persimmon, and lastly a little bit of pineapple. Try it today! 


Visit Committee in Boston, MA 

You can find the comfort of these cozy craft cocktails at Committee in Boston, MA. We strive to bring feelings of community and culture to everyone we serve, and every cocktail our bartenders make for you. Make a reservation today or come on in! 

5 Popular Greek Dishes To Try This Winter

With the winter season approaching, it is a perfect time to try something new. Whether that means making a New Years’ resolution or treating yourself to a night out with friends for the holidays – here are some great Greek dishes to try in Boston this winter! Visit us at Committee in Boston to try any of these 5 dishes – we promise you won’t regret it. 



Gyros are a traditional Greek dish, consisting of meat from a vertical rotisserie stuffed into a pita with a variety of stuffings such as french fries, salads, and tzatziki. At Committee, we bring a unique twist by creating Bao Gyro, with more of a BBQ taste. 



Souvlaki is the traditional Greek dish of meats and/or vegetables grilled on skewers. At Committee, we use lamb marinated in lemon with a delicious side of tzatziki. In places besides Greece and for many tourists, souvlaki may be made with a variety of different meats, but the traditional meat choice typically is pork. The word souvlaki itself is derived from the Latin word for a skewer. 


Spanakopita (Vegetarian)

One of the most popular and vegetarian dishes in Greek communities and at Committee in Boston is spanakopita. The delicious spinach pies are a great alternative to those who choose to not eat meat. At Committee, we serve our spanakopita with a Turkish twist with spinach and feta dumplings with a tomato sauce. Try it today, order online, or make reservations! 



If you have your favorite local Italian restaurant, we understand the importance of delicious meatballs. In the Greek communities, we have soutzoukakia. The difference between your Italian meatballs and our Greek meatballs is the traditional Mediterranean spices and cinnamon that brings a more sweet and spicy dish. The soutzoukakia red sauce is unlike any other, try it for yourself today! 



Lastly, on our list of must-haves, this winter is kritharoto. Another merge between Italian and Greek cultures, this dish combines your favorite risotto and kritharaki – the Greek alternative. A delicious mixture of orzo with fried clams, shrimp, and calamari topped with saffron broth, this is the perfect comfort food for winters in Boston. 


Visit Committee in Boston

Committee Boston strives to bring the true taste of Greek to the Boston seaport and beyond. Come in and kick back in this atmosphere that brings a new spark to the Boston community.