Jerry Remy's
Today 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Contact Information
1265 Boylston St Boston, MA 02215
1265 Boylston StreetUSMassachusettsBoston02215
$$$BarToday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Google+ URL

Street View

Your Activity

Is this your business?

Manage this page
Write a review
Review Summary
52 reviews
5 star
8 reviews
4 star
19 reviews
3 star
13 reviews
2 star
6 reviews
1 star
6 reviews
Massive sports bar with multiple TVs features classic pub grub & a wide variety of brews on tap.- Google
"This is a great spot to go to after or before a Red Sox game."
"Most of the food is pretty mediocre, even by Boston sports bar standards."
Featured by Zagat
Boston's Celeb-Owned Restaurants
, and 3 other lists
See more from Zagat
Upload first public photo
Visit this place
Make a free reservation with OpenTable
Find a table
All reviews
Nancy Kirwin
a week ago
My husband and I have enjoyed lunch here many times. The food is always excellent, the prices are very reasonable, ambiance is perfect, drinks are awesome, served by friendly, capable staff! 👍🏻
Raymond Rock
10 months ago
My family visited Jerry Remy’s after taking the behind the scene tour at Fenway Park on a Sunday afternoon in mid October. We figured what a way to spend a brisk Sunday afternoon, visit the park and then relax, have a drink and eat at Remy’s. The Pats played on Thursday, so the place was not that crowded at about 1:30. We had a small group, 7 adults, and when we entered the hostess asked us what game we wanted to see, it took them a few minutes to determine the specific seating for best viewing. After being seated it took an additional five minutes or more for the waitress to come by. By then we were ready with our drink order and appetizers, which were all good and served hot. After about 30 minutes of socializing we ordered our meals. This is when the problem started. The first four meals came out about when we expected they would: my fries were a little cool, but not bad. My sandwich was good and filled with meat, but definitely not what I expected for a Caesar wrap, not much lettuce, dressing and no croutons. I think they are pre-made sandwiches taken from the refrigerator and not made to order. The three other Caesar wraps that were ordered were the same. They were brought out by the kitchen runners and not the waitresses. After several minutes the other three meals had not arrived and we were starting to get a little concerned. We kept looking at the kitchen for our meals and thought they went to another group sitting near us as they looked confused when the runners tried figuring out whose meal was whose; one was even returned to the kitchen. The waitress came be a couple minutes later to check on us and saw we did not have our meals. We told her we thought our meals went to the other table. A quick trip to the kitchen and back and the waitress said that there was a mishap in the kitchen and they would be right out. Several minutes later, the same thing happened, our three meals headed over to the other table with the same results; confusion and meals returning to the kitchen. Again the waitress checked on us and seemed quite upset that our meals had not arrived even when we told her that we thought they were brought to the other table again. Finally after another few agonizing minutes our waitress and not the runners brought out our meals. My wife’s meal came later and the fries also were cool. From the time that the first four meals were delivered to the three later meals came it was well over 30 or 40 minutes. We are an easy to please group, but too many things happened wrong for me not to write a review. The only saving grace was they compensated us for the three meals.
• • •
Corey Mach's profile photo
Corey Mach
a month ago
Think this would be a good place to get a shot before the game? Plan on paying more here than in Fenway Park!
Carolyn Anne
a year ago
This is a great spot to go to after or before a Red Sox game. They have an awesome rooftop bar and tables upstairs. They also have a large downstairs which has a great view of Fenway Park. Occasionally they host events such as beer-pong tournaments.
Amanda Martino's profile photo
Amanda Martino
8 months ago
By far, the best part of this location is the roof deck. If it's open, there is no other acceptable place to sit. Fantastic view of Fenway park and great atmosphere on the roof (it's smaller, so it feels less like a cavern, which the downstairs can feel like unless it's crowded). The beer list is okay; it's not great, but it's acceptable. Even beer snobs can probably find something to order. Most of the food is pretty mediocre, even by Boston sports bar standards. The service can be pretty hit or miss, too; I've had some very long waits for checks, food, drinks, etc. over the several times I've been here. Tons of TVs, though, so if you're coming for a specific sporting event, there are worse places to watch.
• • •
Matt Berry's profile photo
Matt Berry
10 months ago
Food was decent but on the higher end of the price scale. Was seated and my group waited close to 20 minutes before being able to place our beverage orders. Check included 3 extra drinks that weren't in our order. Service was spotty AT BEST and would not recommend to visit this place.
Amanda Pontbriand's profile photo
Amanda Pontbriand
9 months ago
Supposedly not completely associated to the Seaport restaurant but equally as nice. Have $9 pitchers of Coors Light and deals on food every day (and good deals!). Fun place to watch sports games, especially on Sundays for footballs with lots of TVs and tons of space!
kara unpingco's profile photo
kara unpingco
2 years ago
loved the ribs and appetizers! loved the atmosphere very sporty and fun! service was pretty good because they hardly asked us how we were doing and had to keep calling them to refill our drinks.