News & Press Releases

  • Published on November 7th, 2016

    LAH Holiday Gift Card Special

    This holiday season, give the gift that gives back! The best gifts create memories that last a lifetime. And for a limited time at LAH, you’ll get something in return from us.

    Treat someone to an LAH experience they’ll never forget. They’ll enjoy unparalleled fine dining in a beautiful atmosphere with an award-winning menu created by Executive Chef Johnny Sheehan. When you purchase a $100 gift card at LAH, we’ll give you a $20 card for yourself! Gift cards can be used for food or art purchases.

    To purchase a gift card, please call +1 617-457-8130 or email info@liquidarthouse.com

  • Published on June 1st, 2015

    11 Must-Try New Brunches Around Boston

    ZAGAT |  Bored of the usual brunch spots? A host of newly launched services offers a new reason to roll out of bed in just about every neighborhood.

  • Published on March 5th, 2015

    Liquid Brunch – The Brunch-ization of L.A.H.

    UrbanDaddy |  “Zwetschgennudel.” It’s a funny word. But more importantly, it’s a German plum sticky bun. And you’ll find them in great numbers at Liquid Art House’s new brunch, alongside things like bialys and baked apple pancakes.

  • Published on February 24th, 2015

    It’s a Good Time to be a Petite Foodie

    Improper Bostonian Magazine  |  “Children might not understand what’s around them,” Klein says of fine art and food, “but they’re exposed to it.” She speaks from experience. “I grew up going to art galleries, and my dad painted.

  • Published on February 19th, 2015

    Invite Art To Dinner

    Chronicle WCBV TV  |  “Guests say they feel like they are dining in a museum.”
    Watch: “Invite Art To Dinner” LAH Featured on Chronicle News Magazine Show

  • Published on January 29th, 2015

    After $1 Oysters, the Night Only Gets Better in Boston

    YAHOO! TRAVEL  |  It opened last year and is slowly changing Boston’s social scene. Guests range from highbrow to hipster, which is a big step away from the city’s traditional — and somewhat polarizing— establishments.

  • Published on January 21st, 2015

    Ruta Laukien on How to Open a Successful Restaurant

    BostInno  |  The former Wall Street investment banker turned Boston restaurateur tells us that “there is no ‘build it and they will come’ in the restaurant industry.”

  • Published on January 1st, 2015

    Top Noms of 2014

    NYC Nom Nom  |  Chef Rachel Klein’s Liquid Art House beats out Per Se and joins previous No. 1 Slot Winners: Alinea and Eleven Madison Park for this NYC Food Blogger.

  • Published on December 31st, 2014

    First Bite: Review L.A.H.

    Boston Magazine  |  The eye-catching dishes turned out by chef Rachel Klein (formerly of The Mandarin) manage to be as contemporary as the art around them, yet familiar enough to be, well, enjoyable.

  • Published on December 30th, 2014

    Artful eateries make a dramatic entrance

    The Boston Herald  |  Boston dining looked more stylish after ambitious Liquid Art House opened in the spring, adding a colorful splash to the local scene with a combination global art gallery and nouveau-American restaurant from chef Rachel Klein.

  • Published on December 26th, 2014

    Best New Restaurants in Boston

    Condé Nast Traveler |  Blurring the line between art and food, Rachel Klein’s dishes are complemented by the contemporary art that hangs on the walls of the large, stylish space.

  • Published on December 16th, 2014

    Next on Boston ‘Top Chef’ contestant’s menu: Art-y fare

    The Boston Herald  |  Stacy Cogswell, the lone Hub cook in Top Chef Season 12, which was filmed in Boston this season, is joining the culinary team at the veddy swish, veddy trendy Liquid Art House restaurant-gallery.

  • Published on November 25th, 2014

    Boston-area dishes to be thankful for

    The Boston Globe  |  There is nothing boring about the elaborate, multicomponent creations of Liquid Art House pastry chef Giselle Miller. They match chef Rachel Klein’s pretty savory presentations step for step. I particularly appreciated a coconut rice pudding with mango, aloe, black sesame, and Asian basil sorbet, as well as a young coconut semifreddo with lemon verbena ice cream and coconut-lime snow.

  • Published on October 2nd, 2014

    Boston developing taste for combining food and art

    The Boston Herald  |  While the debate still simmers as to whether food is art, local restaurants put the question on the back burner and focus on combining the two.

  • Published on September 27th, 2014

    Master of Arts: Review

    Improper Bostonian Magazine  |  Liquid Art House wields an imaginative culinary palette with Chef Rachel Klein’s modernist-leaning, exquisitely plated food…

  • Published on September 15th, 2014

    Hottest Entertainment Venues for 2014

    Biz Bash  |  The 10,000 square-foot space holds as many as 300 guests and features an art lounge with a 32-foot-high ceiling and an 11-foot-tall Lu Murano chandelier. Chef Rachel Klein, formerly of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, will customize a menu that plays to the venue’s “art hospitality” dining approach. More intimate affairs are held in the private dining room.

  • Published on August 31st, 2014

    Best New Restaurants in Boston 2014

    Travel + Leisure Magazine  |  When this boundary-breaking restaurant opened its doors this May, every head in Boston turned to peer through the enormous arched windows for a glimpse at the debut exhibit of oversized street art. Fusing upscale fine dining with contemporary fine art, this restaurant-gallery inspires executive chef Rachel Klein’s playful menu, subtly enhanced by Asian spices and Eastern European influences.

  • Published on May 15th, 2014

    Liquid Art House, Where the Food is Fit to Frame

    ZAGAT  |  This is a visually-driven environment, and a picture is worth a thousand words… So we’ll stop now, and let you just look through the gorgeous space, artwork, and dishes you’ll find inside.