4/29/2013 10:29:00 AM

Passport Offers Craft Beers and Small-Batch Liquors in Weymouth

The bar at Passport in Weymouth
Passport opened at 61 Washington St. in Weymouth on Thursday night. The restaurant, operated by Neil Kyley, the same owner of the Fat Cat Restaurant in Quincy, takes the place of the long-defunct Blue Point Bistro at Weymouth Landing, a retail area at the East Braintree/Weymouth Landing train station.

A mural on the back wall of the dining room, depicting the Statue of Liberty and other landmarks, is a nod to the global menu, which is split between Teasers, Tastes, Small Plates and Shares, the latter being entree size and the others being smaller portions. As one might expect from the name, dishes are eclectic, ranging from Chinese shrimp toast, Italian butter-poached lobster risotto and many other cuisines in between. Prices ranges from $3-$25.

The 25-seat bar focuses on small-batch liquors such as Death’s Door vodka, and has upwards of 24 craft beers on tap and 26 wines by the glass, including wines on tap and half bottles.

Passport is open Tuesday through Saturday starting at 4 PM. The kitchen closes at 10 PM Tuesday through Thursday, and closes at 11 PM Friday and Saturday. The bar stays open until 1 AM, nightly.

The website, passportweymouth.com, is still under construction.

61 Washington St., Weymouth; telephone number is forthcoming.


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