75 on Courthouse Square
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Friday - Saturday: 4 pm to 11 pm
Sunday: 11 am to 4 pm
Service was terrible. Plates were mixed up. Wrong dishes delivered. Awful attitude.
6 of us walk in and it seems oddly quiet for a seaport restaurant on a Friday night. We sit down and our waitress comes over to greet us and take drink orders. She comes back with the wine and takes our food order. That was basically the last we heard of her. One in our group wasn't drinking and her soda never came. Not a single water refill. Food took forever to arrive. (She was not the one to deliver it) After we ordered, a table next to us apparently had to flag her down to order food, despite getting there before us. Then she was nowhere to be found when we wanted the check. The whole experience took 2 and a half hours, despite us ordering efficiently. The food itself was hit or miss depending on the dish. Lobster was overcooked, chowder was a little bland, summer ravioli and the lamb were good. Given the awful service, the food doesn't make up for it. I won't be returning here.
We went to 75 on Courthouse Square for Restaurant Week. We ordered the crab cakes and clam chowder for our appetizers, the seafood stew and lamb chops for our dinner, and the peach cobbler and molten chocolate cake for dessert. Everything was very good, my only complaint about taste was that the seafood in the seafood stew was slightly overcooked. The crab cakes, clam chowder, and lamb chops were absolutely delicious, as were the desserts. In terms of proportions, the clam chowder was a good value as were the desserts. The crab cakes were small and only served with two alongside a small heap of deliciously dressed cucumbers. The dinner portions seemed small enough to be lunch portions. The amount of seafood stew given was not enough to fully satisfy and while there was enough food with the lamb chops dinner, there was very little actual meat (though the meat on the plate was delicious and cooked a perfect medium-rare as ordered). The ice creams accompanying the desserts were delicious and the chocolate molten cake was very rich.
If going for restaurant week, it is a good restaurant. I have not been any other time, but if the proportions are the same, I am skeptical of the value for the price.
We had really bad experience with this place. Service was really bad, it was so slow, even thought the restaurant was not busy at that time. It took us 40 minutes to place an order and another hour to get a food served. We asked for bread with a seafood stew, never got any, dessert was served without spoons. Waitress had an accident: bucket of ice fell down, which is ok and might happen to everyone, however ice and water around the table was never cleaned up. Food was ok, but cold because of the delayed serving.
Our server was good, but the food was average. We ordered a burger which was over cooked and dry, and we did one 3 course Dine Out Boston dinner - crab cakes were the size of a half dollar coin and a half inch thick and not very flavorful, the main was a fisherman’s stew which didn’t have much seafood portion wise and the flavor was just ok. The best part of the 3 courses was the dessert - peach cobbler - good size, good amount of peaches and crumble and good flavor. Funny enough the best meal was had by our kids who both had fresh pasta. And good thing they couldn’t finish because we ended up needing some of their food to fill full.
Went here for the restaurant week special. Food was average at best. Cocktails were good.
Taste of the food was really good, great flavors! We participated in restaurant week and chose meals off the special menu. The restaurant was quite empty, so it was surprising when they began running out of the food on the menu. We both had to order the lamb chops due to the shortage, and he food was cold when it got to the table, as if it had been sitting around for an hour. The waitress came to drop off food, and would then disappear for long periods of time. Veggies were raw. Water glass was filled just once at the beginning of the meal and never again after that. When we did ask for drinks, we didn’t get them until the our main course came. All of this would be understandable, had it been a busy night for the restaurant. However it was a very slow night, in fact the same people that were seated when we walked in, were still seated when we left. Every table around us was trying to get the attention of the waitress so they could pay for their meal and leave. But she would just disappear in the back for long periods of time. Again, great taste to the food, just the execution and service destroyed what could have been an amazing experience.
Enjoying restaurant week selections the service was slow but Elisa the waiter was accommodating. Nice atmosphere and the lamb chops were awesome!
Our server is nice, young, pretty but extreme busy. The place was understaffed, service was slow. Otherwise it was a nice experience.
My boyfriend and I ate here for the first time during restaurant week- they didn't have one of the desserts on RW menu, but the food was delicious. We're young professionals- food might be on the pricey side outside of restaurant week deal. Service was attentive and friendly. Parking garage right under the restaurant makes parking easy.
The atmosphere and the food and the service all came together to make our evening special. Great work by 75. Thanks.
Ernie was wonderful and helpful. Great experience.
Such a lovely place to host a business dinner. The service was on point! The atmosphere was just great. And the food... my, my, my excellent!
Outstanding service and a top shelf style. The server was the consummate professional who mixed professionalism with personalized service. The food could have been more consistent, but. The server made the experience outstanding.
We had a wonderful time. It was my son's birthday celebration and I mentioned that to our server. Was hoping she would have added a birthday candle to our dessert - but she did not. No worries - perhaps I should have mentioned that . However, most restaurants would automatically do that.
The bartender in the back bar (Jackie) is fabulous!
Variety of food is excellent.
I would definitely go back again and will soon.
We love this menu! It ranges from veggie burger to Filet....all done nicely. The fish is always fresh and cooked to the right level of done. Steak tips are very tasty. Fries are especially good. They make a good drink! Service is good and they are really begging to jell as a team. The seating is comfortable and the noise level allows for conversation. This is really an under appreciated spot.
Food and service very good. It was a rainy day so it was rather quiet and they couldn't get the background music to work.. so the silence was a little awkward. But otherwise a very nice experience overall.
Great food, excellent service. Sat in two comfortable chairs overlooking the square. Foot was hot, came out in a timely manner.
Living in seaport--reasonable price / food always good
Tired of expensive options in area--wish there were more places like this for a nice meal or just a salad.
just a great overall experience. The 75 group of restaurants are excellent value for the money and the service is always top notch. Put this particular 75 on your must do list. They work hard to please the customer and it clearly shows.
Food was rather bland and uninspired. Cocktails were ok, but very basic. Food was overpriced for what it was.
The food was ok but the kitchen was extremely slow. We ordered sandwiches and it took almost 40 minutes before we saw any food. It's important to know that we were the only party in the entire restaurant, so why so slaw??
great place in the Seaport district. Menu has lots of choices and all reasonably priced. The Nantucket Seafood stew and the Porkchop are two super entrees. Can't beat the quality, the size of the servings and the excellent waitstaff. Put this place on your must do list. You won't be disappointed.
Love this new place! A nice American menu supplemented by daily specials. The staff is fantastic. This is such a comfortable space. For neighbors this is a very welcome addition
We went to celebrate our college graduate with around 10 people total. The server was friendly but very nervous, she knocked over a glass of water on the table, got an order wrong, and completely ignored the fact that we were there for a graduation. Instead she focused on the person who she almost spilled water on and gave them a free desert. I do appreciate the apology, however to ignore the graduate was worse to me than spilled water, which did not get any one wet due to good reflexes. The food was delicious, it would have been nice if she was more familiar with the menu, to be able to answer questions about allergies . I would give it another try for a different occasion.
I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone nor would I ever go back. The food was horrible. A friend and I both got the fish and chips which was overcooked and dry. We sent it back and it came right back the same way. Others got the lemon chicken and thought it was just okay and another got the turkey burger and said it was dry. The seafood tower was overcooked as well. You could barely chew the shrimp and calamari. The drinks there were awful as well. A big thumbs down for our table of 7. It was on a Monday night and very quiet. No excuse for the awful food or drinks. The only good thing about that night was the waitress who was sweet and funny and efficient only to be scolded by the manager there and made to cry. Very disappointing experience.
Our first time visiting started off challenged. Evidently there was a waitstaff shortage that effected the service. The receptionist did identify this issue and assisted in expediting our meals. At the conclusion we were provided a complimentary desert arrangement that made us feel appreciated.
nice restaurant nice people good food and drinks totally enjoyable experience
Everything was wonderful but it did lack a certain charm that the beacon hill location has. Which in my opinion makes it a great place to eat.
Food quality was poor and came out ice cold. We waited a significant amount of time before the food was served even though the entire restaurant was empty. We also had a child with us who has a severe nut allergy which we made known when we sat down. Yet a dish was brought out (which did not have nuts in it per the menu) and I found a walnut. When brought to the servers attention, there was little done about it or an offer to compensate us.
Great American food and service. We’ve enjoyed dinner a few times so booked a lunch party.
A family lunch for 9 and it was excellent! Wonderful service both in making the arrangements and in service the day of the event. Everyone loved the food. So far, this spot is a hidden gem. Once people learn that this nice American food establishment is so good it will be packed full. This newest location of the “75 @“ group is my favorite. The food is as good as Chestnut St, the vibe is as cool (or maybe more so) as the Wharf...the comfort factor of the space and the incredible staff here put them over the top.
Delicious seafood Towers, salads, steaks, ..... everyone love it. Tourists, this should be on your list to visit for New England food.
We went for Easter brunch. There was a varied menu which was great. Everyone enjoyed their food. The service was very attentive. We will definitely go here again.
Gosh this restaurant is brand new..in a new funky part of town and had a chance to be the cool new restaurant in this cool new part of town. The food was only ok...but I think it is because I couldn't get past the decor. It was such a turn off. Old looking and dated. Everything was beige...including the ceiling making the ambience dark and joyless. I was expecting bright and vibrant. I know it's new but time to re-decorate.
We were a party of 5 and the menu was great, nice variety and everyone was happy with their order. Two of us got the spring pea ravioli with fresh mint. It was delicious and something I don't see often on menus, which was really nice. Our server was really helpful (I wish I could remember his name). My husband and son were very happy with the pork chop dinner, the chop was a good size. They are big guys and it filled them. Another thing we appreciated was the noise level was very good, we could talk easily. We are looking forward to returning.
Having been a member of the 75 Club for many years, I was excited to try this new location. However, I was sadly let down by the entire experience. For a Friday night at 7pm there was only a handful of other tables dining but it took over 3 hours to go from appetizer to entrée for three people. Our waitress clearly needed more training, for only have two other tables she seemed very overwhelmed and rarely check in on the table. I was really excited about the menu items and we ordered a bunch of items to try, however the all seemed to lack flavor. I noticed this the most on the Cod. It was so bland and dry that I hardly enjoyed it. I think with enough time this location will be up to the others levels...it just needs a bit more work.
Great food great restaurant
Very nice. Held a business lunch. Everyone enjoyed. Great service!
We walked in last minute and they were very nice about half our party showing up later. It was an early dinner for my group but the place started filling up closer to 8pm. Our waitress was very sweet and paid us good attention throughout the evening. Also the view into the square in really pretty once the lights are lit.
Sunday brunch, as expected and great. We are fans of the "75's" and wanted to try the latest offering. Very pleased with the decor and setting in the new South Boston! Menu is always reliable, great pub food with a fantabulous Bloody Mary bar!! Must improve signage however. Unless you are in the know, it is so close to it's smaller sister restaurant down the street, it is hard to find!
Waitstaff great. Comp Mini pastries fantastic.
Wish they had a manual espresso latte machine. Automated latte is rarely good.