Scampo
(
617) 536-2100
215 Charles St, Boston, MA 02114

Jazzy Cocktail Nights at Scampo

Thursdays from 10:00pm-1:00am
Complimentary admission
Food and beverage specials available at a la carte pricing

Scampo at The Liberty Hotel debuted “Jazzy Cocktail Nights,” a weekly late-night live music series that pairs sophisticated sounds with elegant cocktails and savory bites. Designed for Bostonians looking for a new twist on the nightlife scene, the Thursday night series will transform Scampo’s bar and lounge area into a sleek hideaway that showcases the talents of some of the region’s top music acts whose genres include jazz, vocals, Latin rhythms, funk and blues:

May 18: Alec Hutson Trio, an eclectic group that plays folk, gypsy and jazz

May 25: Tony Leva Trio, a quintessential upright bass jazz group featuring musicians from Longy School of Music

June 1: Bonnie & The Hot Stuff, a multi-decade group spanning classic jazz, standards and torch songs

June 8: Dylan Jack Quartet, a well-known group playing upbeat jazz with a bass clarinet, upright bass, guitar and percussion

June 15: Belén Cusi, an Argentinian singer-songwriter specializing in Latin jazz

June 22: Josef Nadj, an electric violinist who leads a quartet that plays jazz fusion and will feature a special guest vocalist

With the new series comes a dedicated list of cocktails and bar bites available exclusively during the Thursday performances from 10pm-1am. For single-serve cocktails ($16 each), highlights include:

Boulevardier, a stirred concoction of rye, Campari and sweet vermouth finished with an orange twist.

Classy Champagne Cocktail served in a water glass with sugar cubes and a lemon twist.

Roaring Violette with lychee, Violette, lavender, white wine and bubbles.

Punch Bowl Cocktails ($36) – that come shaken for two, served in festive brass pineapple-shaped vessels.

Sparkling Jazz with Absolut, lime, Aperol and a prosecco float with floating orange pin wheels.

Dubonnet Sangria with wine, fruit, anejo tequila and hibiscus with a ginger beer float and fresh fruit.

Prohibition Milkshake ($36), a large format liquid treat of vodka, chocolate ice cream, crème de cacao, Kahlua and bubbles served with freshly made mini bacon doughnuts.

In addition to Scampo’s seasonal pizza offerings:

Veal & Pork Meatballs in a 17-minute candeli sauce with shaved pecorino gremolata ($12)

Fried Arancini with Pomodoro and parmesan ($10)

Calamari a la Plancha with fennel salad and chipotle aioli ($10)

Bruschetta with homemade ricotta, candied pistachios and warm guanciale ($11)

Lydia’s Stuffed Dates ($11)

Lydia’s Stuffed Dates

ABOUT SCAMPO:
Scampo, the stunning first floor restaurant in Boston’s Liberty Hotel, is a culinary destination created by legendary chef Lydia Shire and The Lyons Group. In Scampo, Shire’s reputation for defying tradition translates into Italian-inspired cuisine unrestrained by borders, drawing on flavors from the Mediterranean and Middle East. Designed in collaboration with renowned designers Rafael Alvarez and Brannen Brock, Scampo is a reflection of Chef Shire: bold, red and full of energy. The contemporary space features shiny copper lamps, a glowing orange bar and stools overlooking a mozzarella bar, setting the stage for house-made breads baked in a tandoori oven, pastas that surpass red sauce norms and entrées that turn simple ingredients into extraordinary experiences. An approachable wine list complements the food with ready-to-drink varietals from mostly small Italian and American producers. A secluded 60-seat outdoor patio is open during warm weather months, while a 50-seat private dining room features an exciting view of the open kitchen. Scampo is available for group dining, semi-private and privates events, as well as complete buyouts. Scampo is located within the Liberty Hotel at 215 Charles Street in Boston. For more information, please call (617) 536-2100 or visit www.scampoboston.com. Follow Scampo on Facebook, Instagram at @ScampoBoston and Twitter @ScampoLiberty.

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