Row 34 - Boston
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Row 34 serves up a seafood-heavy menu in an industrial-inspired setting. Chef/Owner Jeremy Sewall's menu offers fish entrees and an extensive oyster selection, along with craft beers and an eclectic wine list. Classic comfort food side dishes round out the menu.
Due to recent mandates, Boston requires all guests to wear a mask indoors.
Looking for another reservation? Visit one of our sister restaurants: Row 34 (Portsmouth, NH & Burlington, MA).
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
tartar sauce & fries
spicy tomato, broccoli rabe
black garlic, avocado, shallot
Amazing!!! Food was delicious and our serve was so sweet.
Service was good, noise level a bit too high ( but was adjusted after our request), food was undercooked
Food was incredible. Obviously very fresh, unique cocktails. Would highly recommend!
Always a great experience with good food
Very good very very very very very good folks good
Great meal! Great service. Definitely will be back.
Best lobster roll! Oysters were yummy and cleanly shucked.
A modern take on an industrial style seafood wharf. Good food, good ambiance. The vibe is young and hip, not stuffy or upscale.
Love. Always. Oysters. Wine. Everything. And to our surprise: the French fries were the best my partner has ever had. So, again, everything.
Row 34 came highly recommended.....We arrived early and wanted to sit at the bar for drinks before dinner. The bartender was extremely rude to us. Couldn't be bothered with us. When we ordered a bottle of wine he suddenly was a bit nicer. We should have left at that point. Dinner was average in flavors. Nothing to write home about. Our waitress and was perfectly fine. The hostesses and host are very nice!
Half the menu was unavailable. Lights would constantly turn on and off.
Great hidden place in Boston. Really recommended for the selection of beers and oysters.
Great dishes, good quality fish, slow service, decently priced.
Just okay. Limited bar menu. Service was extremely slow and food was decent. Extremely loud and knowing we were celebrating my birthday they put us next to the front door. So if you live in Boston and have nothing else better then sure wander on over otherwise I would skip it
What a terrible experience. Waited almost a half hour for our table even though we were told multiple times it would only be a few minutes. They don’t have a full bar so wish I knew that, they ran out of 2 different entrees, the fish and chips had so much batter on it that it wasn’t pleasant, the lobster roll was more like lobster salad for 38$, the music was not good, felt like a teenager was selecting it. What a waste of money, will never return
Our lobster rolls were absolutely amazing! Loved every bite!
Amazing all around. Great night out. Food was so good!
Best raw oysters in town, according to hubby. I loved the mussels!
So great…what a great meal!
Fun spot, quality food. Could be warmer in there, though - I was freezing through the whole meal.
Excellent service and the seafood was amazing fresh! Will be back. Highly recommend!
Beautiful space, very attentive and pleasant service, fresh and flavorful seafood dishes. The smoky clam chowder with crispy homemade saltines knocked it out of the park!
Sunday Brunch near Boston’s Seaport. Food was totally perfect, I had tuna tatare and fish and chips. Beautiful fish-cod- and fries crisp and completely not greasy. Hubby had clams and deviled eggs. And mimosa!
Delicious, as always. The lobster papardelle was one of the best dishes I've ever eaten. Great beer selection, too.
Fabulous food! Never saw so many seafood towers in my life!
You call the background music energetic. I call it TOO LOUD
Good food. Service was nice but slow. Sat without drinks for 10 minutes.
Table on patio lacked ambiance but food and service made up the difference
Restaurant ambiance was good, food quality was great, but the service was poor, and the cocktail and wine selection was very limited.
In Boston for a meeting, picked Row 34 for its proximity to our hotel. How fortunate!!! The restaurant is still set up fairly COVID-19 conscious; tables could be packed closer together than they are. Made us more comfortable. Service was spot on. Our server was very informative and helpful, as we had no knowledge of the different oysters. Can’t say enough about the food. Best lobster rolls. And those 242 fries!!!! Oysters were so good we had more for dessert!
The seafood food at this restaurant is very good.
Service is speedy. Friendly staff.
No liquor license for hard liquor and the wine list is unrecognizable and could be greatly improved by offering wines from producers that diners have heard of.
The food menu seems to have changed a lot - There seems to be minimal number of fish entrees (only salmon entree when I visited). This wasn't the case when I visited a few years ago.
Great dinner. Had a very good wine recommendation, as well as assistance choosing a variety of raw bar snacks (for those of us with little oyster knowledge). We also were surprised and delighted by the cookie they brought out to help celebrate my boyfriend’s birthday.
I used to live in Boston. My friends were in town for the BC/Mizzou game. It’s my friends’ first time in Boston, and Row 34 did not disappoint. Both the food and service was absolutely amazing. One of my friends was so impressed with the very specific, detailed knowledge of all the different oysters on the menu. Thanks for an amazing experience!
Overall, an outstanding experience. Row 34 never disappoints. From a stellar wine and beer list to really terrific food and top notch service, this spot is a gem. The waiter was attentive and had incredible suggestions.
Sat at the bar. Great service. Had the chowder to start it was excellent! We had the warm buttered lobster roll. Excellent! Also tried the fish tacos, not so good. They used small fried, dry, haddock. Odd. They should use a much better fish quality. We are in Boston! Lots of better fish choices I would think.
Hostess was less than professional. We arrived at 4:30 PM and told to come back at 5 PM when they open to seat people. We returned right at 5 PM to discover guests seated at 5 tables already.
I had the best experience for a friends birthday! Everything tasted amazing and the hostess and the server both wished my friend a happy birthday. Peter if you’re reading this you’re amazing and you made our night!
The food was great too, top notch seafood and I highly recommend the ceviche.
This was my second time at Row 34 and it was excellent! The lobster roll with butter was grilled to perfection, large amount of lobster, delicious flavor and texture. The coleslaw was also exceptional! The soba noodles with shrimp was interesting in flavors, heat and a variety of fresh vegetables. The salmon was prepared to perfection, light, clean, flavorful.....we loved the cornbread! That is super yummy!
Service was good, cocktails were good, ambiance was industrial and sparse but appealing, ample room from other tables overall loved it! Will recommend and will go back again!
Loved the ones oyster varieties and the cascarecce
You can order delivery directly from Row 34 - Boston using the Order Online button. Row 34 - Boston also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (617) 553-5900.
Row 34 - Boston is rated 4.7 stars by 1169 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.