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Poe's Kitchen at the Rattlesnake
Mexican Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:00 am
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384 Boylston St Boston, MA 02116
384 Boylston StreetUSMassachusettsBoston02116
$$Mexican Restaurant, Latin American Restaurant
Mexican Restaurant
Latin American Restaurant
Bar & Grill
Today 11:30 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:30 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:30 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 2:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:30 am – 2:00 am
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Happening hangout for margaritas, creative tacos & Latin-style fare with a popular roof-deck bar.- Google
"I love the guacamole, nachos, chicken tacos, seared tuna, and cornbread."
"IE $15 for 3 small, bland fish tacos."
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Lynn Julian
3 months ago
This is a hidden roof deck bar restaurant located in Boston's haute couture Back Bay. Yet, it looks unfinished, like a college dorm room. DECOR: The red walls of the roof deck got painted... and they were finished decorating...DONE. FOOD: It appeared over-priced for simple Mexican food. IE $15 for 3 small, bland fish tacos. NOTE: We chose to take the waitress up on her offer to keep the SUPER hot peppers on the side. So, our choices are too hot...or totally bland? THE HIGHLIGHT: Try the thick, moist homemade cornbread. THE DEAL: If you want to hide your date from your wife, you can dine in secrecy on this hidden the roof top deck!
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Andy Payne
a year ago
While my brother was visiting for a Red Sox double-header, we stopped in here between games. The roof deck was pretty nice, though there is no view beyond the few surrounding buildings which are much taller. Our waitress was pleasant and timely, no complaints there. But the food was terrible, especially for the price. A pre-fab frozen hamburger patty and lukewarm coffee highlighted my meal, my brother had nothing good to say about his. I've had better meals at Burger King, and I hate "fast food". Poe MIGHT have something decent to offer if you want to spend $50+ per plate, but otherwise go elsewhere.
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José A R-T
a year ago
Really enjoy dining on the roofdeck. Great view from atop. Very busy today with RedSox parade. The reason why service was a bit slow. Otherwise things were great. Great food and drinks selection, the main reason to come. Really enjoyed everything that's why I gave it a 5 star.
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Bart McArthur
3 years ago
Try the Mexican Monte Cristo, one of my favorite sandwiches! As said by other reviewers, it's a bit dim on the inside, but the roof deck is nice, almost feels like a secret hangout spot (except that someone leaked the secret and everyone showed up). Service was decent.
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Kristen Wright
11 months ago
I have been a long time fan of this roof deck but I now have such an appreciation for their food. I officially indulged in their nachos with chicken not once but twice this weekend. Just so good. All of the food is so colorful and fresh and beautifully garnished. Everything I have seen coming out of their kitchen just looks and tastes so damn good.
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David Nowell
a year ago
good beer and really good fish tacos. location is great ambiance is sort of meh. the weird part is that we were greeted by a bouncer at 6 p.m. on a Sunday evening and we had a 19 year old in our group. is this place a restaurant or a strip club?
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Stephanie Houle
2 years ago
poe's spin's on the classics make this restaurant a must taste. duck tacos and three cheese grilled cheese sandwichs make your taste buds jump.
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Sara Steele-Rogers
3 years ago
Over the past few years, I've come to LOVE Poe's Kitchen. The service no longer sucks, and the food freaking rocks thanks to Brian Poe and his creative culinary talents! Sure, it's influenced by his visits to South America, but you won't be surprised to find duck, boar, rabbit, and other REALLY random (yet gourmet!) food on the menu. I love the guacamole, nachos, chicken tacos, seared tuna, and cornbread. Get the effing cornbread. It will blow your mind.