Row 34 is a trendy restaurant and bar that serves a variety of contemporary American dishes and seafood specialties. The restaurant�s interior is modern and sleek with a high-rise ceiling lined with large semi-circular metallic light fixtures. Guests can browse the raw bar near the dining room, which showcases the latest catches of the season. Row 34 also offers outdoor patio seating when the weather is nice.
Begin the meal with a bowl of soup or an appetizer like clam chowder with house saltines, pumpkin soup, tuna tartare with sesame and cucumber, deviled crab toasts with smoked paprika and celery or Maine streamers with drawn butter and lemon. For the main course at Row 34, try the popular flat iron steak with roasted potatoes, mushrooms and red wine butter.
We love Row 34.The seafood is always fresh, I love the oyster selection.The beer and wine list is amazing, I am a wine drinker and they always have some new wine that is delicious.Beer selection is great too.Waitstaff is attentive and we love the casual atmosphere.
Buttered lobster roll was amazing!
Great restaurant with a cool ambiance!
Delicious food, great attentive service and "hoppin" vibes. Definitely worth the premium. Will visit again
This place never disappoints. I have probably been to Row34 about 4 or 5 times and will continue to go back when I'm visiting Boston.
Excellent food, great service, VERY loud. Amazing entrees included bluefish, bucatini with shrimp, and lobster salad.
Disappointed in the beer choices, thought it was going to be a long list of interesting craft beers. Wish their oyster list explained more about the taste of the oysters or what to expect, the way that Neptune did. We told our server I didn't want cilantro, but he still served us ceviche with cilantro without telling us. Kind of lame for the price point. Everything came at once, too, including appetizers, which I hate. It was late night reservation, so why rush us? They also cleared things (like dipping sauces) at random, before we were done all our food? The clam chowder was not hot, just lukewarm....sigh. I had been SO looking forward to this place, it was the only reservation we made in Boston.
Open concept so therefore bar area and nearby very loud. We wanted to chat so we were happy when we were seated in an area that was quieter on the other side of restaurant. We had steamers and shrimp cocktail which were all good. Steamers were served with a yummy broth. All of our meals were excellent. I went for a pasta dish that was phenomenal. Good wine and beer selection.
Fantastic food, well worth the wait! My only issue was the wine list -- it was so confusing! Dozens of wines I had never ever encountered in my life, most in french or italian and minimum of $60/bottle, with zero description of the taste or guidance on food pairing. We asked our waitress to help us equate some of them with other types of wines we were familiar with and she really wasn't helpful, and ultimately recommended a $70 bottle that was nothing like she described it - way too vinegary, so luckily we were able to send it back after tasting. Nonetheless, really not an inviting wine menu unless you're a true wine snob.
The lobster rolls were delicious! Everyone at my table raved about their meals.
Excellent oysters and drinks! The bartender was knowledgable about the beer and wine options (and Trillium is right next door if you want to pick up a 4 pack or growler). However, I do like the oysters at Eventide in Portland , Maine better. But the lobster roll was really good and husband loved the fish collar - a very inventive way to use what would have been thrown out or used in stock in other restaurants.
I recently went here for the first time with a friend, because other friends suggested it. It was terrible!, We sat at the bar, me and my friend and the staff was one of the rudest staff i have ever dealt with.The guys were very macho like thinking they know it all and were just rude and had no personality. The selection was no alcohol just beers and wine. If at least the customer service was good it wouldn't have matter. The one thing that i do must admit I ordered some fries and they were the best fries i have ever eaten in my life! their menu is okay. No shrimp selections but they had other stuff on there, however all i eat is shrimp so that was a bummer. i am sure tho the rest of the food must be good. but the lack of customer service would definitely keep me from going. dont need any negative vibes when going to spend my money.
I went on 6/6/16 at 10 pm
Overall the food was great- the crispy lobster tacos were delicious, the lobster roll one of the best I've had, my friends loved their oysters and the salads really hit the spot. The wine list is decent with varied price points. We were seated on the patio which leaves a little to be desired, only because it is on the corner of two somewhat busy roads coming off highways. It was a weekend and traffic was not bad and it was an OK place for people watching but it was a super hot day so I wish we were able to get a table inside. They were fully booked on a Saturday lunch time so no go on the inside table. The inside was decent- very high ceilings, sort of converted factory/warehouse vibe, very modern. Overall I would say the food was good enough to come back but next time I will try for an inside table.
I would strongly recommend having a reservation. Walk-ins when we arrived for our 12:15 lunch reservation were told that there was a 45 minute wait. I have been to Row 34 a number of times before, and each time, I have a great experience. The food is terrific (on this occasion, I had the warm lobster roll and the other person had the crab cake), and the service is good. It's one of my favorite Seaport spots.
The lobster roll is one of the best in the United States. Great craft beer list with lots of local and good choices. No cocktails (only beer and web). Sundays are pasta days with special options for Sunday only.