It's actually entirely appropriate that the InterContinental Boston's lounge has such a rum-centered focus: That sugarcane-rendered spirit, after all, was a major fixture of New England's economy back in colonial days. So you're drinking a bit of Boston history when you order a tumbler or two of Caribbean or Central American rum at RumBa Rum & Champagne Bar. (The name doesn't reference the Rumba, incidentally, but "Rum Bar" pronounced in that inimitable Boston English.) As the name suggests, RumBa also stocks a fantastic array of sparkling wines.
From clam chowder to burgers, from pasta to sushi, the RumBa Rum & Champagne Bar's food menu has plenty of tempting dishes to accompany your glass of bubbly or your molasses-y highball.
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