From intimate dinners to large gatherings, Aragosta has the space and flexibility to meet the needs of your special occasion. The restaurant and lobby can be rented out in its entirety, or you may reserve our semi private area for up to 24 guests. Wine pairing and personalized menus can be arranged.View Private Dining Details
e sat at the bar, and had plenty of room, even though all of the seating was occupied. The bartender was great, very friendly and attentive. We both had seafood and it was excellent.
Restaurant is quiet and nice but they were surprisingly very difficult trying to accommodate a gluten free and dairy free allergy in our party. Very inflexible and instead of offering substitutes just brought incomplete plates out. Service was a bit slow too since there was only one waiter on for a Saturday night.
New Years Eve dinner at 6:30, very quiet and relaxing. Service was great and the food was plentiful.
Average venue. Food and service were ok. Would not rush back.
Aragosta was listed as a place that was serving brunch on Christmas Day, but they in fact were not and the menu that was available and was small extremely overpriced. We decided to order a drink because we had already parked, the drinks were okay at best, but do not order a Bloody Mary.
We got the s’mores platter and cocktails by the fire pits and had a great time! The blankets were a great touch on this cold night too. The cocktails were delicious! Great girls night, but would also make for a great date night spot — make sure to book ahead.
The menu was very limited and if you didn't like truffle oil you were in trouble. The decor was dark and dated and seemed plastic. There was only one other table of 3 whilst we were there, it was deserted. . I'm sure in summer its a nice spot but its certainly not worth the cab ride from downtown Boston. Its basically a hotel bistro.....
Our main issue was the wind outside - literally blew chairs and tables away. Fun night good food
Nice atmosphere but food mediocre at best and pricey
We were disappointed in the size of the portions--a bit small; but the price was commensurate. The food got cold quickly since the plates were not hot. All in all, good but not great.
Came here on Saturday at around 8 pm. The place was dead, the service was awful: slow, inattentive. Food was bland.
Met friends and family for dinner and drinks. Sat on the patio overlooking the harbor. Nice ambience. Food was good. There Chowdah is the star. Scallops were good, and everyone in my party seemed to enjoy there meals. Service was decent, and the drinks were plentiful. I would go back again.
Used to be one of our favorite places based on ambiance, food quality and service.. now seems to have let the last two slip in quality..
The experience was awful. When we arrived right on time for our reservation, we ended up having to wait 15 minutes in order for them to seat us in a nearly entirely empty patio. Secondly, the menu on Open Table, which is quite large with many vegetarian options, is not up to date as compared to the extremely limited menu at the restaurant. Thirdly, our reservation was for 7:30pm on a Saturday night and they were out of nearly half of the entrees (including the one vegetarian option) on their already limited menu with no alternatives. When we asked the waiter to speak to the chef for other options, he never did. We should have left then, but on a Saturday night, out options to go elsewhere were very limited. Further, we ended up waiting 45 minutes for entrees of a cold salad, burger, and lobster roll - 45 minutes!! And through this time, we had to seek water refills from everybody else beside out waiter who was extremely innattentive. The food was OK, but I would never go back there. Ever. This is also the first time I have every felt the need to write a review given how dissappointed I was with the level of service since we had brought out of town guests with us. So embarrassing!
We went in for our reservation around 7:10 pm. Our reservation was at 7:15/ We requested to sit outside at one of their fireplace tables and were seated right away. The fireplace was not lit but we figured our waiter would do that for us.
My husband and I waited around and no waiter came around. There was a female waitress cleaning up a table right beside us but she never checked on us either. She just continued to clean up her table. After looking over the menu and knowing what we wanted to order for apps. dinner, and drinks, still no one had come to our table. We then waited for over 20 minutes and no one came so we left.
We were very disappointed since we had come across the city specifically to dine there and the experience was so quickly awful. I am so hesitant to go back.
Since this is so close to the heart of the north end, you can do better, but it does have a waterfront patio. However, the patio and the place itself could use an update to look nicer. Food was good, nothing too special.
We went to sit on the patio for Tall Ships. We had a reservation for noon and when we arrived no one was around. After 10 minutes a line was forming and the manager appeared and looked frantic. Many of the guests were angry. Although most of the parties had reservations the dining room had not yet been switched over to lunch and the manager said they would not be ready for at least another half hour. After some discussion he was able to get everyone to the patio as all requested but it was not set and everything was wet from the rain. Tall ships was a huge planned event and this restaurant has prime viewing - this should have been a foreseeable rush of people. Drinks did not appear for nearly 45 minutes and our food came 1 hour and 30 minutes later. My sandwich did not have all of the listed ingredients and it took 15 minutes for the ingredients to be provided as listed on the menu. The view made the wait better but the service and unpreparedness was disappointing. The manager took our drinks off the bill, but it was only after we asked and there was no effort to apologize for the inconvenience and poor service. The food was fine, but we probably would not recommend this restaurant.
Very disappointed- the restaurant is under construction, the wait staff was inexperienced (the waiter mentioned it was his "first night" 6 times during the meal, and it showed...) and the food was horrible.
Aragosta is under going a renovation inside. We sat outside which is the only reason I would give this any good marks. The menu was a disappointment, the waiter told us at least 7 times it was his first day, the food was only passable. I would not recommend at all until they complete renovation and find themselves. We've had nice meals previously and the outdoor s'mores tables are fun, but even with respect to the fire pit tables, only one was in working order.
The menu has changed.
No more charcuterie board, and the other choices were so basic that the experience was overall downgraded.
Aragosta has always been a hidden go to gem.
Please kick it back up a notch! N