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About Tremont 647
Tremont 647, a 60-seat restaurant & bar in the heart of Boston's South End, features chef/owner Andy Husband's adventurous American cuisine, with inventive global influences. For nearly 20 years, Chef Husbands has been creating dishes that focus on big flavor in an unpretentious environment. In addition to a menu that changes with the seasons, Tremont 647's Pajama Brunch (Saturdays and Sundays), Taco Monday & Tuesday, and monthly themed events, have made it a much-loved spot in Boston's culinary landscape.
Sister Sorel the very cool and hip younger sister to Tremont 647 has a more casual and artful vibe. Located in the adjoining room to Tremont 647 it has seven tables for 2, 10 seats at its beautiful serpentine multi-colored onyx bar, and boasts a cozy, elegant private dining room, which seats up to 12 people.
Plus, we have a brand new Kid's Menu!
Boston, MA 02118
American, Barbecue, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Monday & Tuesday (TACOS!): 5-10pm
Saturday: Brunch 10:30-2pm, Midday Menu 2-5pm, Dinner 5:30-10:30pm
Sunday: Brunch 10:30-3pm, Midday Menu 3-5pm, Dinner 5:30-10pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Tremont 647 offers everything from fun and funky Cocktail Parties, to Backyard BBQ's to large and lavish Wedding Receptions. We will work with most any budget and concept to create an event to remember and Chef Andy Husbands will work directly with you to design your perfect menu.
We specialize in Corporate Luncheons, Wedding Receptions, BBQ Events, Cocktail Parties and Formal Gatherings.
Valet parking is $14 per car, and is available Thurs, Fri, and Sat starting at 6pm.
Metered Parking on Tremont Street (meters run until 8:00pm)
Visitor Parking at the beginning and end of side streets. 2 hour limit ends at 8:00pm.
Orange Line T to Back Bay Station
Follow Dartmouth Street to Tremont Street (heading away from Copley Sq.)
Take a Right onto Tremont Street.
Two blocks up on your right at # 647
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Do you have a special event coming up....take the whole space for a night!
We cater to every person/event....birthdays, reunions, bachelor/bachelorette parties, and we've even had a few weddings here!
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Tremont 647 Ratings and Reviews
647 and the pajama brunch are neighborhood institutions. We arrived to a packed house 5 minutes after our reservation time and were immediately seated. The first table offered was not going to work—I could see my chair being repeatedly whacked by a swinging shutter hiding the service alcove behind me—but we were immediately given a good alternative. Service was maybe a little slow because the place was so jammed, but our server was apologetic and it was really not a problem at all. Food was great, as always—never had a bad meal here. I *would* like a flute rather than a wine glass when I order a carafe of mimosas, but it’s hardly the end of the world.
We arrived early for our pre-theater dinner but were greeted warmly and seated. Our waiter was knowledgable, friendly and professional. He read my mind in suggesting the fried brussels sprouts because I really wanted to order them, but was hesitating. Our food was delicious. The aforementioned b. sprouts were served with a spicy sauce that provided just the right kick.
My Adobo tofu tacos were incredible. My date had two appetizers for his meal, dumplings and the special - bay scallops. He raved about them.
The cocktail list was a fun read. They clearly take their mixed drinks seriously. I had the Fig Old Fashioned. Perfect. We were out on time to get to the Huntington for a 7:30 p.m. curtain. Good thing we had to go, or we would totally have stayed for dessert.
I was quite disappointed with this visit. I brought a friend for her birthday and both of us had the salmon. It was pretty mediocre. Our cocktails were not great. I had two sips of mine, but the waiter never questioned it. My water glass was empty for almost the entire meal. Overall, it was a very disappointing experience. Tremont 647 used to be one of my favorites, but this was definitely a miss.
The food is tasty, but we didn't have the best experience with service. It must have been a bad day, as we received very little attention & care during brunch on Saturday. The food arrived 50 minutes after we put in our order. The waitress was hard to spot and find and she did not seem to consider this delay important.
The host was very accommodating about rearranging the patio tables to fit our larger group reservation. Food and drinks were great too! Only complaint was that it took a long time to get the check, but I'll chalk that up to our server wanting to make sure we didn't feel rushed :)
I have dined here on several occasion and never had an issue of any sort. This time, while the food and service was excellent, the large party seated behind us included a person who was an obnoxious braggart which really spoiled our experience. She was so loud we could not hear ourselves at our table. I mentioned it to the server several times but nothing was done to ameliorate the situation. Very disappointing.
we have been trying many restaurants to have a great burger - easy going place - but great quality with matching toppings.
the 1 pound burger was enjoy completely by all -
great music and atmosphere -
thin french fries -
looking forward to trying their Taco Tuesday or PJ brunch burger over the weekend.
We went July 4 weekend which is why the restaurant was quiet and, I might add, empty inside. That isn't usually the case. Most times I have been here the noise level was pretty high and the bar jumping. That said, the couple I was with loved their dinner. My vegetarian friend--hard to please--deemed her veggie burger and fries 'excellent' and her husband loved his fried chicken. I tasted it: it was divinely crispy. I ordered the special which was bass with Mexican-flavored rice. The fish was perfectly cooked, but the rice was a little gummy and could have used more flavor and more corn and black beans. We all ate the spring salad and thought it was delicious. Although we were full, we ordered an insane dessert--a pain perdu with ginger ice cream. It took 3 of us to finish it and we were glad we did. All in all, it was quite a good dinner at a very reasonable price. This isn't a restaurant for foodies; it's one for people who want tasty food at a good price in an upbeat atmosphere with a South End vibe.
As a first time visit, we were very pleased. Michaela was quite attentive and answered all our questions about the menu. The lamb and goat cheese ravioli was very good and the fried chicken could not have been better. Accompanied by the collard greens , coleslaw and Cajun fries, our dinner was complete. Topped by the French toast stick sundae, we agreed that we would be coming back.
I dine here quite often and I'm usually quite pleased with the food and the service. Our last visit was no different. We had a few problems with food temperature, but these were swiftly corrected. I believe that to truly judge the service of a restaurant, you need to see how they handle a mistake. The staff at Tremont 647 always rises to the occasion.
My only mild complaint is that I wish they had a more extensive wine list.
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