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Boston branch of a local sports-bar chain featuring beers, bar eats & sports-memorabilia decor.- Google
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2 months ago
Good place to watch a sports game. Food is good, has a nice function hall for events. Parking in the back is free after 7pm most nights. Walking distance to other bars/restaurants and downtown Quincy.
a year ago
Service was fine, beer was cold, sliders were good...but the buffalo chicken nachos were awful. The buffalo sauce had zero flavor or heat. Nachos are very hard to screw up. I didn't hang around to try an entree.
3 years ago
Perfect place to go after a Bruins/Celtics game! The food isn't spectacular, but it definitely hits the spot after a game or a night of drinking and is consistently pretty good. The prices are good and the beer selection is nice. Plenty of TVs if you can't make the game. Careful about the line to get in after the games or during playoff games though! Also, they don't serve certain drinks after a game, so move along if you want to do Irish Car Bombs.
6 months ago
Good vibe and great memorabilia. .the "Yaz" pastrami sandwich was damn good too. Value a plus, service prompt and attentive.
a year ago
Love this place. Food is fantastic and the staff is wonderful. The true treat however is the decor and atmosphere. Highly recommended.
2 years ago
Went there during Paul Pierce & Kevin Garnett's milestone night for the Celtics. Had the grilled Salmon salad and my partner ordered the turkey tips. All I have to say is that the food was great. The waitress was pleasant, but she disappeared on us. The men's bathroom needed to be tended to. There must've been a slow leaking pipe in the area of urinals. At least, I hope that was water from a leaking pipe I had to step in.
a year ago
Never in my adult life have I encountered a bouncer so incompetent. 2300 on 03/24/2014, I've been sober for nearly 11 years, and he denied me and my family entry, claiming I was drunk. Unbelievable! Never again will I subject myself or my family to their hypocrisy.