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‎Peregrine is the story of travel and exploration, and the comfort of a shared meal along the way.

Mediterranean in nature, Peregrine is an exploration of the cuisine and culture from the Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily — as well as the neighboring influences of Corsica and Catalonia. Named in part for the Peregrine falcon common to these places, the restaurant takes its cues from everything that bird might see throughout its journey. The name also means traveler, who we readily welcome to our corner of Boston's iconic Beacon Hill.

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Of here, and of there.
By hand and by sea.
Celebrating the cuisine of Catalonia, Sardinia, Sicily, and New England.

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Our Cuisine

Menus are designed to be enjoyed leisurely, in courses, with well selected wines to match. The flavors and techniques of the kitchen evoke the regional Italian specialties Peregrine is primarily influenced by, as well as the traditions of Corsica and Catalonia - influences applied to the seasonality and traditions of New England.

Location

Located on the first floor of The Whitney Hotel in Boston's Beacon Hill, Peregrine is an inviting Mediterranean-style restaurant built on the joy of discovery and travel. 

170 Charles Street, Boston, MA 02114

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Hours

BREAKFAST
Monday-Friday 7 - 10 am
Saturday-Sunday 8 - 10 am


LUNCH
Monday-Friday 11 am - 3 pm

BRUNCH
Saturday-Sunday 11 am - 3 pm

DINNER
Sunday-Wednesday 5 - 8 pm
Thursday-Saturday 5 - 9 pm 

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