111 East is both the only place in the Seaport that has inspirational quotes from the Buddha on the wall in front of the bathroom, and the only place in the Seaport that has hot pot. One of these things is probably more important to you than the other. Quests for nirvana aside, you’ll find a good menu of pan-Asian stuff here, including everything from Thai noodle dishes and Korean barbecue in addition to that hot pot. It’s a fun, trendy spot with sake cocktails and a decent beer selection, and should be on your radar if you spend a lot of time in the Seaport.
111 East is permanently closed.
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