Scollay Square is a charismatic era specific restaurant based on the history of Beacon Hill and Boston in its early glory days of the 1920's and 1930's. Scollay Square, named after the long-departed Scollay Square now known as Government Center, is a sleek "upper casual" restaurant with a warm and inviting environment. A large replica of an old Scollay Square sign hangs on the wall near the entrance and historic black and white photographs of Boston and 20's icons adorn walls. A bustling bar scene, an open theatrical kitchen, countertop seating options, delicious upscale comfort food and an extensive wine list creates an ambiance that everyone can enjoy. Open for lunch Monday through Friday beginning at 11:30 am, and open nightly for dinner at 5:00 pm. Sunday Brunch is available from 11:00-2:00 pm, with a full Bloody Mary Bar open until 4:00 pm.