Five Things David Bergeron Loves

The director of operation at The Club by George Foreman III shares his favorite places in Boston.

Want to know where the pros go? We’re asking Best of Boston winners to divulge their favorite places in Boston. Below, David Bergeron, director of operations at The Club by George Foreman III, shares his picks.

David J. Bergeron of The Club by George Foreman III

David J. Bergeron of The Club by George Foreman III / Courtesy photo

The Beehive

“Whether it’s date night or just trying to relax after a long week, the service, entertainment, and food at the Beehive really just brings everything back into perspective. Love this place.”

541 Tremont St., Boston, 617-423-0069,

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

“My guilty pleasure: Del Frisco’s NY strip with a Manhattan.”

250 Northern Ave., Boston, 617-951-1368,

Tweed Barbers of Boston

“By the end of a month, you just need to feel pampered a bit. Nothing better than a fresh shave and cut. Solid customer service.”

1313 Washington St., Boston, 617-753-9990,

Society on High

“If I’m feeling the need to be out on the dance floor, this is my spot. They make everyone feel like they are VIP, great spot for any night.”

99 High St., Boston, 857-350-4555,


“If I am looking to get out with some friends for apps, drinks, and nightlife, the Kane brothers really know how to set everything up.”

1 Marina Park Drive, Boston, 617-295-0001,