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I had eaten here before and thought it would be a great location to bring my employees for a post holiday celebration. The restaurant was pretty empty, maybe 2 or 3 other tables when we were seated. I was very disappointed at the service we received, it was made very clear to me that we were a bother to our waiter, he was not attentive or very polite. The star of the night though was the food. Everyone at the table raved about what they had for dinner, the taste, the presentation on the plate, everything food wise was outstanding! I hope this was just a bad night for our waiter, the food will bring me back again! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The food was better when we came here in 2013. Sort of disappointed by the meal we had on Friday. We had recommended it to friends who were supposed to join us but had to bail last minute. The restaurant was very kind to accommodate our reservation anyway; but I’m sort of glad our friends did not come because the food was heavy, without too much reward for the richness. Did not feel very good after the meal. Also, the options were not as great as they were the last time we were here. The fried cheese was exceptional, nothing else we ordered for food really made a positive impression. The chorizo and puff pastry was like a dressed up pig in a blanket. Puff pastry wasn’t fresh; meat was dry. The drinks are phenomenal, though. The passionfruit pisco sour (off-menu but they can make it) is something else – worth going there for the drinks, service and ambience for sure. Food could be elevated. I’m confident they can do it, the first time we came here was off the hook. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Enjoy a variety of specialty cocktails created by our master mixologist Brain McDougall as you gather with family and friends to take in the breathtaking views of Boston’s picturesque skyline and harbor. This exclusive pop-up igloo bar consists of five Igloos that can be reserved with a $500 beverage sales minimum +tax & gratuity for a two hour time slot. You can add additional hours to the reservation with additional $500 minimums for every 2 hours added.
Cancellations made with less than 24 hours advanced notice of reservation will be subject to a $200 charge.
Hours of operation are Wednesday through Saturday from 4pm-10pm and each igloo seats 8-10 guests. Available bookings are from 4-6pm, 6:15-8:15pm, and 8:30-10:30pm. Please note there is NO FOOD SERVICE on the rooftop.
A credit/debit card is required to make a reservation for an Igloo Party and will NOT be charged prior to making your reservation.More
Pepe Bocca opened its doors to rave reviews in December 2014. Located right in the center of Davis Square. Pepe Bocca has been serving up classic Italian dishes with an interpretive personal flare.
We change our menu daily, so what you see may not be exact. Please call us at 617-776-6687 if you would like to know our special dinner menu of the day. Thank You!!More
Put on a bib and get ready to make a mess!
Channeling New Orleans by way of New England, Shaking Crab offers a variety of fresh shellfish drenched in house sauces featuring rich butter, ample garlic, and bold Cajun spices. Throw in spice level customization and the option to add sides and you'd best believe that your meal will be different every time you shake!
Shaking Crab offers a fully stocked bar with inventive cocktail options and a rotating selection of craft beers on tap. The modern dining area aims to create a communal vibe to enjoy a meal with your family, a drink with friends, or a first date with no chance of awkwardness. In the age of social media, the inherent messiness of Shaking Crab is sure to do away with pretention - and your cell phones.More
A new restaurant in Dorchester that took over a longtime pub space has officially opened. The Industry made its debut at 750 Adams St. with a shiny exterior, classic American comfort food menu, wine, whiskey and beer.
The Industry’s menu features seafood and meat, including swordfish and a signature 24-ounce Tomahawk steak, and there is a late-night flatbread menu. For beverages, The Industry offers more than 50 different whiskeys, a wide selection of wine, draft beer, and cocktails. It is open for dinner from 5 to 10 p.m., with bar service from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.More
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Boston's Theater District is home to more than just great shows at the Opera House and Paramount; it also offers a variety of dining experiences that will impress you just as much as the latest musical or play. While you won't find a lot of Boston baked beans, Boston cream pie or clam chowder in the area, you'll never be short of places to go for sushi, bar snacks, hot pot and excellent wine. Restaurants in the neighborhood offer classic American dining with a high-end twist, Italian cuisine that tastes exactly like it does in Rome, luxurious French food and more. Many of the options in the Theater District can also work around show times, so you never have to sacrifice a fantastic meal in exchange for getting to a venue on time.