Simply put, The Bay Tower offers the most breathtaking views of Boston. Floor to ceiling windows 33 floors above Faneuil Hall look out over Boston Harbor and the Financial District. Opened in 1970 as “The Bay Club,” a private business luncheon club at 28 State Street, the dining room was opened to the public during dinner hours as “The Bay Tower Room.” In 1978, the operation moved to its current location. In 1996, new function space was added and the organization was renamed The Bay Tower to reflect the larger scope of operations – The Main Dining Room, Lounge, 10 Private Function Rooms & The Bay Club. Chef Paul Diogenes oversees the entire operation with an eye to spectacular views on the plate as well.