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Towne Stove and Spirits
New American Restaurant$$$
Today 4PM–1AM
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John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center 900 Boylston St Boston, MA 02115
900 Boylston StreetUSMassachusettsBoston02115
$$$New American Restaurant, Eclectic Restaurant
New American Restaurant
Eclectic Restaurant
Western Food
Today 4PM–1AM
Tuesday 4PM–1AMWednesday 4PM–1AMThursday 4PM–1AMFriday 4PM–2AMSaturday 11AM–2AMSunday 11AM–2AMMonday 4PM–1AM
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Fashionable bi-level restaurant, bar & patio with a diverse international menu & inspired drinks.- Google
"If a restaurant is going to charge those prices then hire experienced waitstaff."
"The menu looks good but the food and service disappoints"
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Julie's bites
a month ago
Attractive location and rooms. Food is so so.
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Béckie Rankin
11 months ago
Not a good place for vegetarians or people on a schedule, but delightful wine selection. Granted, we were in a large party and clearly not in a rush, but with a 7p reservation and moving at the rate the waitress proposed, we did not get our entrées until after 9p, and two plates were further delayed because they were sent to a concurrent event instead of our table. As a vegetarian looking at the option of an appetizer or a cheese pizza for dinner, I asked the waitress what other vegetarians had done. Boston is known for catering to people of different eating persuasions, but this menu had little to offer for GF, vegetarians, and the like. Our waitress suggested I order a few sides, or I could have a pasta-veggies dish. I opted for the latter and received small-shell pasta dripping in over-salted and over-peppered butter sauce with a few buttery vegetables and a scant teaspoon of parmesan cheese. Because it was so late by the time we finally ate, I was glad I wasn't very hungry anymore, since the dish was not very good. After paying a whopping $17 for some pasta, I will not go back. Our waitress was nice, but because the restaurant was "busy" that evening (7p Saturday night), the service was quite slow and only when she needed information from us - I don't recall being checked on between when our meals came and when we ordered dessert. I will say my water glass was never less than half full! That being said, the atmosphere was nice, carnivores enjoyed their dinner, and my $18 glass of wine was lovely.
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