Lorettas Last Call
Live Music • Fried Chicken • Cold Beer • Southern Hospitality
Everything was awesome! The server was sweet, the drinks and brunch were delicious and I loved Eavesdrop performing! Will return soon!
Aside from the moonshine nothing special. Decent prices for decent food but the drinks were watered down. Can't really recommend unless you're trying to keep it cheap and even then you probably have better options.
Food was great! Music was way too loud for such a small place on a Sunday at 1:00 pm
I have eaten at Lorettas 3 times with my daughter before concerts. The fried chicken is always great (I had the buttermilk this time and loved it), my daughter had the mac & cheese and raved about it. The portion sizes are really big, so great value for money. We were in the restaurant from 6:00 - 7:30 PM on a Saturday, and during that time the restaurant went from half full to full.
We went for lunch. Food was good but server was super rude!
Food is excellent but service sucks. Our waitress was so so rude.
Great Room, good food, good drinks, good brunch! Group of five had lots of fun.
Could have been better. Food was mediocre. The restaurant smelled like toilet cleaner.
It’s a fun space to be in, with all the wester/country music themed pictures and decor on the walls. It is a nice open space and often has live music. I went there for brunch and the food was interesting and delicious.
We usually have very good experiences here but our visit on New Year’s Day was sort of unpleasant. I made a reservation on open table as we were celebrating our six year anniversary and when we walked in the place was pretty empty so they just sat us and didn’t acknowledge when I said I made a reservation on open table, which I stated we were celebrating an anniversary. I had to ask if we could be seated at a booth as they were going to put us at a table even though there was only one server that was working. I asked for my drink to be in a tall glass and it was brought in a mason jar. I asked for no jalapeños with the order of fried pickles and asked for extra pickles instead and we would have paid more for it and they brought us a plate of six pickles and several jalapeños and some okra which we also didn’t want in there. We had to ask for extra sauce for the appetizer as it was less than half full, and we were two people. My husband ordered fried chicken that was very overcooked. I ordered my usual Cobb salad that had more red cabbage than lettuce, so it was not very much of a salad in my opinion. Red cabbage is a garnish not so much something that should be filled in the entire bowl. We celebrated our engagement here, I had my bachelorette party here, I was just overall very unsatisfied with our experience on New Year’s Day and it will probably be a really long time before we go back. Our bill was somewhere in the $65 range and we left a $12 tip on top of that but it wasn’t their best I’ll tell you that. There were only two people at the bar and two other tables while we were there so they weren’t busy at all so I’m not sure why our food came out so bad and why they ignored our requests.
Had holiday work lunch there. Server was nice and even set up a table for our Yankee swap!
Food was good, big servings, and our server was great. The chairs/table set up isn’t the most comfy and doesn’t lend well to extending your brunch into several rounds of drinks. The bathroom def has the remains of a crazy Saturday night going on too.
Very great fun atmosphere with fun and yummy cocktails. Really great servers, and the brunch was very good.
I took my parents here when they visited me at college, as my dad just like good old American food, and my mom can be quiet picky, but they both enjoyed their meals very much! My mom ordered the pulled pork grilled cheese (of which I had half) and it was incredibly good. The pulled pork was flavorful and delicious and it made a really good addition to the grilled cheese. Their French fries were really tasty, I’m not normally a huge French fry fan but I really loved their fries. My dad got eggs, toast, home fries, and grits and he cleaned his entire plate. I ordered the jalapeño and pulled pork frittata and it was amazing—I finished the entire thing. The potato home fries were delicious as well- overall, my only complaint was that our coffee was cold (a fresh pot quickly fixed that, so it was no big deal!)
Much more country than I expected. To be fair, I was there on line dancing night! The fried chicken was the best I’ve had in Boston!
Great chicken as always! Dessert took a while but otherwise delicious
Great service. Bartender was excellent. Food was good. Sat at the bar. Good vibe.
Extremely friendly waitress just like last time. Good food and drink. Fair prices. Outstanding value. Steps from Fenway.
Very dry burger, watered out drinks and tasteless sandwich
The country music gig for the brunch did not show up as announced, and the brunch food selection was a disappointment, as well as the taste of the food, not recommendable.
Grabbed some food here last night. Chill atmosphere and the waitress was on top of her game. Best bet here are the sandwiches, we all got one and enjoyed them.
The drinks were great, and the line dancing was super fun. The blackened scallops were drowning in tomato-onion sauce over rice - overwhelming and not good. Get the burger or a sandwich instead.
Tried your waffle chicken - great. Always enjoy your food!
The food was good with better value for a place next to Fenway. Sandwiches were in the $12 to $15 range with entrees around $20. The portions were bigger than I prefer.
Best description is a Country atmosphere with a good sized portion of good (not very good or excellent) food.
Three of us had dinner. We all thoroughly enjoy the meals. Blacken catfish, bourbon sweet potato, Cobb salad and cornbread. Good prices and his wine pour. Looking forward to a return visit.
Very accommodating to our huge party! Our table was already for us and our server was great
Our server, I believe her name was Kristen, was so personable and attentive! One of the best servers I've ever had in Boston!
We have been here for dinner twice and really enjoyed it. Today we went for brunch and it was great. They always have an interesting menu with items you don't normally see offered in our area. Portions are generous and the prices are quite reasonable. Friendly atmosphere and hot food served right on time. The place is a bit loud but homey.
Weekend in Boston with parents.
great food, the music was a bit loud... tough to hold a conversation
Sox game with coworker
We ate outside before a 7:05 weeknight Sox game. Food was as expected, not award winning but good. Service was great. Didn't really experience the "ambiance" but good spot for people watching!
Great atmosphere, music food, dancing. Had a great time!
Great food and live music! It was such a fun date night for my boyfriend and I!
The food was fantastic and the service was great! Would highly recommend!
Service was good. Very loud but it was right before the Red Sox game so it was to be expected. Got the arugula salad which was good except the pecans were pretty burned. Other than that it was great
The feel is Nashville like. Fun and country. The waitress was very attentive. The menu had good variety. My wife enjoyed the blackened catfish. I liked the buttermilk fried chicken. The come slaw was fair as was the biscuit and gravy. My wife thought the biscuit and gravy was awful, having lived in the south.
Like many reviews on yelp stated, I also felt sick to my stomach a couple hours later. Perhaps some are less tolerant to the amount of oil in the fried chicken. Or it could be the coleslaw or biscuit and gravy.
Food was tasty in general but we wont be back.
Part of a party of 4, arrived on time at 6 for a confirmed reservation. Seated promptly. Drink and app order went fine, and wings were actually very tasty. But I think our server forgot to put our order in, and when the food finally came, (after 7), two of us found the brisket in our two different dishes to be practically inedible. Server was apologetic about the late food and took a round of drinks off the tab, and when I couldn't get past the first bite of my brisket tacos, I courteously explained the situation to the manager, who took it off the bill without any difficulty. Unfortunately, by the time we got to Fenway, it was the top of the 2nd and the Sox were up 7-0.
Looks like a fun place for drinks and apps, but dinner, this time, was pretty forgettable.
Loved the restaurant, however the "artist" that was on stage the entire time we dined was truly horrible. It ruined the ability to enjoy the meal based on how awful he sounded.
The shrimp and grits were amazing! Loved the country feel
It was a great place