Tuesday-Saturday Dinner: 5pm-10:45pm
Sunday Lunch: 11:30am-3pm
Sunday Dinner: 4-9:45pm
Park Street - MBTA Red/Green Line
Brought several people new to Stoddards and they all enjoyed. Great beer selection
Service was good - food was just ok - think it would be a better place for drinks
Restaurant was out of several items, including cream for Irish coffee.
Classy environment, with an extensive list of beers and cocktails. Our server, Andrea, was very knowledgeable, gracious, and attentive.
Second time here. Don’t sit downstairs! You’ll end up smelling like the fryer. Left there not smelling very nice which was gross, also unfortunately very warm down there despite AC. Server downstairs on a Friday night was awesome and food and drinks came out quickly and dishes timed well. Scotch egg was expensive at $8 or $9 for just 1! The ricotta gnocchi was decent but would have liked a bit of browning in the pan; the dish itself does not need the corn. My husband liked the ribs —the meat did fall off the bone. My old fashioneds were FANTASTIC, great bartender in the basement despite the grease.
Wonderful! Food amazingly delicious!!
Weird that more people weren’t in there on a Saturday night. The employees were so bored they were all having beers. But the food was so so good and so was the wine.
Way to loud. When we were seated there were at least 5 open tables and we were butted up to a couple having a very nice evening. . They were not happy to have us sit on top of them nor were we. No one very friendly so we waited a few minutes and said the heck with it and walked next door had a nice booth and nice evening
As always, the beer selection was top-notch, five stars for beer quality and four stars for the number of beers available. The brussels sprouts appetizer was perfect! The duck breast was skillfully cooked, but I was disappointed in the flavor of the wild-mushroom barley - it did contain mushrooms, but their flavor was entirely lost in the sweetened sage sauce drowning the barley.
Stoddard's accommodated our family group of 12 with a wonderful row of tables by the front window which created a small "room" for us. It was perfect to be able to gather with our extended family and really visit with each other while we enjoyed to excellent service and delicious food. Every person in our group was happy with their order. The gnocchi was prepared in a chili sauce that created a wonderfully unique dish. The Jasmine Rich Bowl was divine and I will order that again! Others raved about their swordfish and their burgers. Mike and the staff took complete care of us serving us cold drinks and hot food. What a great way to complete our Freedom Trail adventure!
The place is a pub and so it is not fancy but the food was excellent and the drinks were very well done as well. It is very close to the Boston Opera house where we had tickets to a live theater event. Burgers and steaks were exceptional and the lobster roll very tasty. The chacutery was also very good.. Overall an excellent place to enjoy a good meal..
Had dinner before attending a show. Food was very good and our server was great!
Dinner before a show at the opera house
I have eaten here four times so far, and every time is consistently satisfying. I'm always very impressed by the food (especially the duck -- I love duck!), and the craft cocktails and beer list are always excellent as well. I try to challenge myself to try different food and cocktails whenever I come, and I am always discovering new things to love. The service has been consistently attentive, knowledgeable, and friendly, as well, and the ambiance is good as well. There are lots of dark woods, and it definitely has the feel of a restaurant where you can expect to eat and drink very well. Highly recommended.
Took some friends after a game at Fenway Park. The waiter was insightful and terrific. Loved the poutine. No one rushed us and we enjoyed cocktails, appetizers and dinner. Our friends were beer drinkers and loved the options. Try it out!
My wife and I made a reservation and received a confirmation e-mail for said reservation the day before we traveled into MA. We arrived at Stoddard’s to find a homemade note on the door saying the restaurant was closed. We tried reaching out to the restaurant via Facebook Messenger asking if they had closed due to unforeseen circumstances or if they had intended on being closed from the get-go; the message was read and never responded to. For these reasons, I wouldn’t recommend Stoddard’s. It’s one thing to close your doors (planned or not) but at least have the decency to let those with reservations know so we can make alternate plans. Furthermore, what’s the point of having a public social media platform if you’re selective on who you do and don’t respond to?
Went with a group of girl friends post doing The Escape Room nearby. Early Sunday evening so it was quiet and not crowded. Food was tasty, loved the onion rings and brussel sprouts!
Great find in downtown Boston! We had two appetizers, the home baked pretzels with cheese dip, and the fried artichoke hearts. The broiled swordfish was out of this world: tender and juicy, and perfectly cooked. Beer selection was great, but the jewel in the crown was the selection of classic cocktails. I had my first Ward 8 and it won’t be my last!
The service was amazing, the food delicious and the atmosphere welcoming.
Super loud environment. Bar is overly dark and hard to see the menu at all. Food was average. Nothing special nothing bad.
Good food, slow service. We had a group meal and it was very good. The restaurant was quite empty, but still the service was very slow. The server himself was friendly and responsive, but it took a while to get our food.
Good basic bar food and very convenient to the Boston Common and Downtown Crossing. Tasty burgers and generous portions.
I used to love Stoddard’s. Not sure if it’s under new management or what but my most recent meal was only meh, the service was horrible, and even the drinks took forever. Hopefully they can get things together!
We can't wait to return! Stoddard's is our favorite go-to for when we see shows at the Opera House or the Paramount!
Great place, and one of my favorites in Boston, it just gets better with time. Always a pleasure to be there! Energetic, stylish, and great food and service.
Great craft beers!!
Even though we made a reservation, we had to wait 30 min to be seated. Normally wouldn’t be a big deal but we were heading to a show so had to speed eat in order to get out of there on time. The server was apologetic and gave us our drinks on the house which was appreciated. Got a variety of apps, all delicious. Temple smash cocktail recommended.
Great place for a quick, casual & tasty bite before a concert at one of several nearby venues. Fast attentive service. Rock solid food.
First time I've been to Stoddard's and I can't wait to go back. The food was incredible, the craft beer selection was very good, and the overall atmosphere was awesome. Loved it. My friends got the burgers, they looked delicious. They also got a poutine that I shared a little of that was incredible, one of the best I've ever had. I had the fish and chips which was really good, but a bit smaller than expected for portion size. I also got the oven roasted cauliflower for an app and it was just stupid good.
Wonderful dining experience all around! Highly recommend!
Delicious choices for food and cocktails. Attentive but not intrusive service. Would definitely eat here again before going to another performance in the area.
The duck breast was outstanding!!!
Very nice pub style restaurant with a wonderful selection of beers and many German influenced foods. The bratwurst was excellent. Neighborhood gem!
Food was great, but the service not so much. We specifically delayed ordering entrees so we could enjoy the appetizers. The appetizers took a VERY long time to arrive and then the entrees arrived immediately after. Not timed correctly at all. I shudder to think what would have happened if we had ordered the entrees right away. The Server was not attentive and did not take away dirty dishes or offer to go boxes. Kind of a pet peeve of mine--hate to sit with my dirty dish in front of me. Take it away!!!! Offer a second drink or a cup of coffee. Service at the end of the meal is the most important because its what we remember before tip time. A mostly enjoyable experience but it could have been exceptionable...
Very relaxed , great place for a dinner out with friends. Food was very, very tasty and portion size was perfect. Would be a good place for a date if not to busy, if busy might be a bit to loud for a couples night.
The food was good and the waiter attentive but the hostess screwed up the reservation. My party arrived separately and she seated us separately on different floors and it took more than 20 minutes (via text communications) to realize everyone was present just in different parts of the restaurant. Very frustrating since we were time constrained with theatre tickets.
Food was greasy and horrible
Bouillabaisse is not made with tomato soup
We wanted a casual place for a meal before a concert. Stoddard's fit the bill. The food was good and the beer selection was great.
We were looking for a pre-ballet meal close to the Opera House and Stoddard's was well recommended. We were seated right away and service was generally prompt. We enjoyed a local on-tap cider with our meals. My traditional Rabbit Pot Pie was just what I expected, no fancy twists, overall very hot and tasty. The pastry in particular was well made. I would go here again.