By EW Staff
Updated October 25, 2002 at 04:00 AM EDT

BOSTON’S GRILL 23 & BAR Featuring two bar areas, a cigar lounge, and five VIP rooms, it’s where businessmen come to rub elbows with the likes of Pamela Anderson, Kid Rock, Sting, Jay-Z, Denis Leary, and Fred Durst, all of whom have recently made the scene at this celeb-friendly enclave. BOSTON TEA PARTY Originally home to a tea company, the bi-level steak house was named after its building’s 1923 construction date. CLUB TED Massachusetts senator Ted Kennedy has been spotted kicking back amid the spot’s Corinthian columns, clubby wood paneling, Oriental rugs, and marble floors. SECRET OF SUCCESS? Co-owner Timothy Lynch attributes the venerable restaurant’s new hip quotient to discretion (”One of the things we like to do with celebrities is to just give them their space”), but we’re guessing the eatery’s rep for serving some of the best steak in Boston is the real draw for all those protein-packing Atkins dieters.

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