Well-known fact: our Chef Jason Santos has bright blue hair.
Fun fact: our staff surprised him (& everyone) by dressing up as him for service on Halloween Night.
These are the fun, creative & thoughtful people we surround ourselves with over here at Abby Lane. Come join the fun.
We are located at 255 Tremont Street, in the heart of Boston's Theater District making us the perfect stop for a pre-show dinner or after-show cocktail. Click here for a list of the art & entertainment which surrounds us.
Abby Lane pays homage to nostalgic storytelling, experiences and history of Boston's Theater District. We provide top-notch service, quality cuisine and approachable vintage glamour associated with the way dining used to be. At Abby Lane, the guests are the stars of the show.
Our space has been completely renovated by HGTV & Food Network designer, Taniya Nayak, who transformed Abby Lane into a comfortable dining areas which reflect an approachably alluring and casual atmosphere. Both levels of Abby Lane feature plenty of seating, full-service bars, and large windows which open wide to the street making it a great spot for people-watching so guests feel a real connection with the bustling neighborhood.
Taniya Nayak, Designer
She was handpicked by Ellen DeGeneres to represent Ellen's new design line. She is host/designer of multiple shows on HGTV and a featured designer on Food Network's Restaurant Impossible. She has appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The View, NBC's Today Show and CBS' The Early Show and been featured in Cosmopolitan, Glamour, The Boston Globe, Family Circle, The Washington Post and Ladies Home Journal. She's an amazing designer with an infectiously positive personality and we are thrilled she is such a big part of Abby Lane. Keep up with Taniya by following her on twitter or instagram and visiting her website at www.TaniyaNayak.com
Jason Santos, Executive Chef
Chef Jason Santos' guests can expect a sensational culinary experience. His ability to create classic dishes with flavorful twists made him the perfect chef to create Abby Lane Food & Spirits approachable yet versatile menu. Perhaps that's why he was something of a darling of Gordon Ramsay on the 7th season of "Hell's Kitchen". Santos' cooking style, which combines Asian, French and traditional American flavors with dazzling visual and textural twists, has been called "Julia Child Meets Willy Wonka". He also serves as restaurant chair for "Taste of the Nation," Share Our Strength's benefit to eliminate childhood hunger. Learn more about Jason at www.ChefJasonSantos.com