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American Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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69 Kilmarnock St Boston, MA 02215
69 Kilmarnock StUSMABoston02215
$$American Restaurant, BarToday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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Stylish, gothic gathering place offering New England plates, "deadly sins" cocktails & live music.- Google
People talk about mac and cheese, seven deadly sins, drink menu, steak tips and music venue
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Kaitlin M
reviewed 4 months ago
I've been to Church twice now for brunch pre-MFA outing. It's one of the best options near the MFA for brunch. The food is solid (though I wasn't inspired by anything... what I ordered was fine) and the cocktails are great. It's a quick walk from the museum, which makes it ideal for a Sunday. Also, they have outdoor seating for the warm months. The atmosphere is fun, staff was great.
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Nick Sampogna
reviewed 8 months ago
Visited Church for weekend brunch with friends; the restaurant was very relaxed in its style and vibe, with a few outdoor tables for al fresco dining. The interior had a bar area, a few couches for cocktails/dining and then tables around the room (all dark wood). I found the service to be adequate, not overly attentive, but our waitress was very friendly and polite. The food was also adequate, as many brunch menus can be. I'd be interested in trying to full lunch or dinner menu, but the service and decor are nothing spectacular.
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Rachel Leah Blumenthal
reviewed a year ago
Ah, Church. The birthplace of "hot for flute," the lecherous cheer that now follows me wherever I play with my band due to the creepy old man that took a liking to me when we played a show at Church. I love Church on all fronts: as a diner, a drinker, a concert-goer, and a concert-player. I've eaten on both sides (restaurant and club), attended many shows, and performed at a show or two as well, and I'm consistently thrilled with my experience. While there have been a couple less exciting dishes in the mix, most of the food is fantastic; they make one of the best restaurant mac and cheeses I've ever had. The cocktails are exquisite; I'm particularly fond of Death, a mix of champagne and absinthe which, nearly true to its name, almost succeeds in knocking me out. The ambiance is cozy and classy without succumbing to the usual frat boy ickiness of other Fenway-area spots. The gargoyles and leather couches are nice touches. I highly recommend picking some local bands to see at Church and heading over early to have dinner on the restaurant side. It'll be a wonderful night all around.
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Alex Franse
reviewed 8 months ago
Church Club management doesn't have any respect for invited musicians and fans. Management declared that billiard game is going to start in the middle of the club room during the concert. Audience tried to explain to management team that it needs to show some respect to invited musicians from CA particular after collecting $7 cover charge from club guests but it was as helpful as raising a voice in the desert. Potential major conflict between concert audience, management and billiard patrons was avoided only after one of the patrons agreed to wait few minutes before the end of 30-minute concerts. It's sad that management team didn't receive any meaningful training to learn basic principles of hosting musical events - management is not capable to work neither with musicians neither with club audience. I strongly believe that musicians and fans need to avoid this filthy place by all means.
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Laura Pagluica
reviewed 2 years ago
I came to Church for a mac and cheese tasting last Friday night, and it was fabulous! I didn't quite know what to expect, but Church served 5 unique mac and cheese dishes family style in a large cast iron skillet. This wasn't your traditional mac and cheese, with flavors like Goat Cheese, Toasted Winter Squash, and Spicy IPA Pepitas. The service was very attentive, and they even gave recommendations for a beer pairing with the mac and cheese. I'm looking forward to coming back and trying some of the other dishes at Church, as well as their cocktail menu. It would be a great place for a date, or a nice evening with a group of friends. Overall, a great dining experience!
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Victoria Sandbrook Flynn
reviewed 2 years ago
Attended a special Mac 'n' Cheese tasting here last night with@GoogleBoston and loved it! We tried five gourmet mac 'n' cheese dishes, paired with great draft beer. We were lucky enough to have our dishes served family style out of massive cast iron skillets, but Church's usual serving style for their weekly mac 'n' cheese is out of individual cast iron skillets. As I said last night, I'd definitely bring a group of friends and dig into a huge skillet of cheesy goodness if given the option--tasting or no! They sat our table of fifteen without making us feel obviously huge or in-the-way, and the service was great. The atmosphere was great for our kind of event: personable, hip, casual enough for friends. There's a bar that looked like it had plenty of seating, and walking in off the street, I felt immediately comfortable. Still, it's quiet enough for a date; nothing super fancy, but mellow enough to make for quite an enjoyable evening. I'd highly recommend this place to anyone interested in finding a place you can enjoy good food, good company, and good conversation!
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