Chris A. on Pastoral (Seaport)
There's little on the walls or ceiling to dampen sound so noise carries. That plus the music made talking across the table tricky.
Chopped antipasto and the arugula salad are both solid. Lots of creative pizzas to choose from.
Chris A. on Tavern Road (Seaport)
The street food menu 11-3 pm offers creative sandwiches for surprisingly affordable prices. Plenty of seats if you go for lunch.
Chris A. on Cantab Lounge (Cambridge)
Seriously surreal place. We saw a silver haired, sixty-ish, professor type almost tear the place down w/ how good he played his guitar.
Chris A. on Row 34 (Seaport)
Great raw bar and good beer list. Nice space with outdoor seating, too.
Elizabeth T. on Hamersley’s Bistro (South End)
Good cocktails, really enjoyed the grapefruit gimlet.
Best chicken I've ever eaten. Julia Child knew what she was talking about.
Elizabeth T. on Santarpio's Pizza (East Boston)
Total dive, nothing fancy inside. But the pizza totally makes up for the lackluster decor.
Best pizza period. Not just in Boston.
Lina L. on Hamersley’s Bistro (South End)
Dry and overcooked swordfish - stick to the chicken.
Solid Boston dining experience with simple and delicious food. Service is outstanding. Chicken is a must, porkchop was delicious.
Lina L. on City Girl Cafe (Cambridge)
Delicious, affordable brunch options. The perfect neighborhood spot for a breakfast sandwich or an omelette on a weekend morning.
Always packed for brunch with a line down the block at least 20 minutes before they open. Be sure to get there early or be prepared to wait
Lina L. on Voltage Coffee & Art (Cambridge)
Be prepared to pay $5 for a latte.
Lina L. on RF O'Sullivans (Somerville)
They could season their meat some more - my husband and I found that they lacked salt on all three occasions we've eaten there.
Authentic Somerville experience with generously large burgers. Lots of variety and fun for trivia night!
Lina L. on Ebi Sushi Bar (Somerville)
If you want sushi in Somerville, this is the "best" you'll get.
Over-priced, over-sauced. If you like your sushi with too much rice and doused in mayo or eel sauce, this place is for you.
Troy L. on No. 9 Park (Downtown)
A Boston classic for a reason. Food is fantastic.
Troy L. on Sonsie (Back Bay)
Casual walk-in seating in the front is the way to go. Great people watching on the street, in true Parisian form. Food is pretty solid also.
Troy L. on Orinoco (South End)
A hidden gem. On a Saturday night when other South End restaurants have 1 hr + wait, Orinoco will seat you quickly and serves amazing food.
Troy L. on East Coast Grill (Cambridge)
Top notch seafood AND BBQ? I'm in heaven.
Allie P. on Zocalo (Back Bay)
Food is delicious and portions and pricing are decent. Cool space - would call ahead for Fri/Sat night reservations.
Allie P. on Lucky's Lounge (Seaport)
LOVE Lucky's. Check out Sinatra brunch on Sundays for great live music. Good place to take parents who are Old Blue Eyes fans.
Cristina D. on RF O'Sullivans (Somerville)
The burgers shine, but my goodness, those onion rings are deLISH!
Tiny spot that doesn't always have seating available- and I've gone more than once during posted hours to find they're closed!
Troy L. on Stoddard's (Downtown)
Not a ton of space to stand in the bar area, which fills up quickly. The table tops in the bar area always seem to be reserved.
Great rotating beer selection including some cask ales
Todd M. on Sip Wine Bar (Downtown)
The wines felt a bit overpriced
Michael A. on Stoddard's (Downtown)
The hostesses have been consistently rude, but the servers are very friendly and knowledgeable/helpful with the large drink list
Very cool space with a massive wooden bar, huge beer list, and reasonable prices. Crowds usually lighter than jm curley across the street
Steve Y. on RF O'Sullivans (Somerville)
Famous for their burgers. Top tier in the Boston area, without the gourmet prices.
Steve Y. on The Independent (Somerville)
Split into two rooms, a bar and a restaurant. Both are outstanding. They've got a sneaky good burger too.
Steve Y. on Ebi Sushi Bar (Somerville)
Some of the best sushi in Boston. The take pride in what they do.
Michael A. on Lucky's Lounge (Seaport)
Hidden gem in a neighborhood of big-box bar/restaurants. Good food, good music & no spray tanned meat heads from nearby Atlantic Beer Garden
Allie P. on The Barking Crab (Seaport)
Seats along the water can't be beat for atmosphere but there's always a LONG wait on summer nights so plan at least 30min wait.
Allie P. on Alive & Kicking Lobsters (Cambridge)
Lobster sandwiches are LOADED with meat and not heavy on mayo. Cute side patio area for outdoor eating.
Allie P. on Firebrand Saints (Cambridge)
Laid-back and large outdoor space for an affordable spot.
Kate F. on The Beehive (South End)
Great place to go for a pre dinner drink or night cap with the music playing
Ahmed E. on Meadhall (Cambridge)
This place is big and can get really loud, especially when all of Kendall shows up at rush hour. Limit your expectations for holding convos.
100 on tap, and staff that knows how to match you with yours.
Ahmed E. on Court House Seafood (Cambridge)
The haddock 'n chips is simply/perfectly prepared, just the right size, and easily worth the extra $4 over the standard fish 'n chips.
Veli B. on Posto (Somerville)
Portions are pretty nice. Loved the pasta dishes and outdoor seating where dogs are permitted!
Jess S. on Cafe Luna (Cambridge)
Amazing brunch and friendly service! It's a small, cozy little place, so it's definitely worth making a reservation ahead of time.
Jess S. on The Field (Cambridge)
A popular spot among the Improv Boston crowd. Fun environment, especially while the patio's open!
Alex L. on TW Food (Cambridge)
Delicious creative grown-up food, impeccably sourced ingredients, cozy atmo, surprising and delightful wine pairings.
Michael A. on The Regal Beagle (Brookline)
Service was apathetic at best
Kate F. on Eastern Standard (Fenway)
Beware of coming here during a Red Sox game as it gets very busy
Kate F. on Voltage Coffee & Art (Cambridge)
There is a lot of seating at this shop. Great for doing work while sipping great coffee
David R. on Modern Pastry (North End)
The true local favorite cannoli hands-down. Fast, friendly service and delicious sweets
Marian M. on Island Creek Oyster (Fenway)
Great atmosphere for everything. It has an active fun bar area while the dining room is separate and welcoming for quiet dining.
Allie P. on Orinoco (South End)
My favorite! Waitstaff are attentive and helpful. The Empanadas are phenomenal and food very affordable. Authentic and delicious!
Allie P. on The Beehive (South End)
While I dig the atmosphere and decor, food isn't spectacular and had a terrible experience with their waitstaff - too pretentious for me
Jamie H. on Sweet Cheeks (Fenway)
the pulled pork sandwich is out of this world, and definitely use the bbq sauces provided. the cole slaw is the best side for any dish.
Erika K. on Meadhall (Cambridge)
While the burger is awesome, the fries are terrible!
Michelle P. on The Gallows (South End)
It was so dark we all needed to take out our phones to read the menu, however food and cocktails are great!
Lauren A. on Green Street (Cambridge)
Fantastic cocktails, small bites can be pretty filling! Also, delicious bread and butter!! :)
Chad K. on The Painted Burro (Somerville)
The tap lines are dirty and the nachos are on par with something you'd buy at Taco Bell.
Mark G. on Mei Mei (Food Truck)
Double Awesome with ham is worth your while. Get two if you're particularly hungry, it's manageable.
Kate F. on Lolita Cocina (Back Bay)
On a popular night this place can get VERY loud. Hard to have a conversation.
Kate F. on Row 34 (Seaport)
Didn't see a cocktail menu so would stick with Beer or Wine.
Steve Y. on Eastern Standard (Fenway)
Great late night menu that changes nightly
Jeff W. on Eastern Standard (Fenway)
Went for brunch, and while it was generally good, it felt over-rated and over-priced. So many other options, hard to imagine heading back.
Jeff W. on Fairsted Kitchen (Brookline)
We tried every snack & small plate & enjoyed every one. The sweet breads, ribs, & stuffed beignets really stood out.
Jeff W. on Taranta (North End)
Delicious & fun twist on Italian food by incorporating South American flavors & ingredients makes Taranta really stand out in the North End.
Ahmed E. on Craigie On Main (Cambridge)
The near-legendary Craigie burger: only available at the bar, in extremely limited quantity (~20/day). Get there early--they sell out fast.
Ahmed E. on Miracle of Science (Cambridge)
Their breakfast burrito is surprisingly good.
Ahmed E. on The Field (Cambridge)
Maybe I'm just unlucky, but whiskey "neat" is served on the rocks. Every. Time.
Ahmed E. on Firebrand Saints (Cambridge)
The lamb and sirloin burger gives Craigie on Main's a run for its money, with no secret handshake needed.
Ahmed E. on Lord Hobo (Cambridge)
Surprisingly good fish tacos (on Tuesdays, of course).
The staff are all incredibly knowledgeable about what's on tap (40 constantly rotating selections). These guys/gals know their beer.
Sam M. on Panza (North End)
Further down Hanover street, so lines aren't usually that bad.
Best restaurant in the North End for quality/price/portions. Great food, reasonable pricing, BIG quantities. Plus, Hanover street views!
Sam M. on Taranta (North End)
High quality food across the whole menu. Almost all of it organic and locally sourced!
Sam M. on Tavern Road (Seaport)
Awesome vibe - widows and doors open out to the seaport in the summer. Great spot for a post work drink with all the local startups
Sam M. on Nebo (Seaport)
The eggplant parm is top notch. Used to be a north end restaurant, they just recently moved, but they still do Italian the right way.
Sam M. on Douzo (Back Bay)
Standard sushi order is for 6 rolls, not 8. So good looking prices end up more reasonable once you get just six pieces.
The sushi is awesome. Very fresh and a good selection.
Sam M. on The Salty Pig (Back Bay)
The "boards" (cheese, meats, dip combos) are killer.
multiple long waits after ordering food. very slow service
Shayna L. on Life Alive (Cambridge)
hate the wait.
love the salads and juices (admittedly i get the same thing everytime)
Shayna L. on The Parish Cafe (Back Bay)
the line goes surprisingly fast, the bloodys are solid, the sandos delicious. get the onion rings.
Shayna L. on Drink (Seaport)
you can get a great, cheaper cocktail (plus nachos) across the street at lucky's. no line or pretense necessary.
Shayna L. on Alive & Kicking Lobsters (Cambridge)
living around the corner is a great perk. love the clam chowder.
Shayna L. on Voltage Coffee & Art (Cambridge)
fantastic bfast sandwich, good coffee and fun atmosphere
Shayna L. on Veggie Planet (Cambridge)
will be missed.
Shayna L. on Diesel Cafe (Somerville)
great place for a crossword, sandos and salads. love the black bean hummus
Marshall D. on Veggie Planet (Cambridge)
Man these have to be the best veggie-oriented pizzas I've had in Boston or beyond!
Marshall D. on Russell House Tavern (Cambridge)
Great pizza and solid drink menu. Main entrees are perhaps pricier than they are worth, though. Upstairs is beautiful but gets crowded fast.
Voravut R. on Modern Pastry (North End)
Overcrowded with the overflow from Mike's across the street. Average connolis. You can find better nearby.
Too crowded for the overflow from Mike's. Small space & average connolis.
Lisa D. on Boston Chops (South End)
Thought the server was upselling us when she said we should try their "killer" mac & cheese. She wasn't. It really is killer. New favorite!
Gordon H. on The Daily Catch (North End)
Wonderfully cozy little place with wonderful aromas that makes you feel like you're really in the North End--but consider going off peak!
Valerie B. on The Daily Catch (North End)
The espresso was about a thimble full and luke warm.
Great seafood, great location, great service.
Voravut R. on KO Pies at the Shipyard (East Boston)
Come for the meat pies & stay for the meat pies!!! Aussie's finest.
Voravut R. on Ecco (East Boston)
Food is ok not great & not a great value. Portions are small for the price.
Good after work water hole. Upscale digs & outdoor patio.
Voravut R. on Betty Ann Food Shop (East Boston)
Get there early for the warm handmade doughnuts. Once they are gone, they are gone.
Angela C. on Netflix
I wish they would refresh their movie selection more often.
Michael C. on Netflix
Three words: House. Of. Cards.
Tara B. on Netflix
I love that they release a whole season of original shows at once.
Troy L. on Tally
Allowing people to post anonymously really encourages the trolls to come out in droves, especially on political topics.
Marian M. on Tally
I love seeing the number of Agrees on a Take showing support for the comment. That validates it and shows it is not just 1 persons idea.
Elizabeth T. on JetBlue
More legroom, 40 TV channels, free snacks, full sized beverages & great service. No other airline competes.
Troy L. on Amazon
Amazon Prime is the best deal out there!
Todd M. on True Detective
Matthew McConaughey was haunting and riveting as Rust Cohle. Best role of his life.
Troy L. on Yelp
I don't want to hear that you give 1 star b/c you were having a bad day and the waiter rolled his eyes at you even though the food was great
Dean K. on Whole Foods
The prepared foods section far exceeds that of any other competitor. Tasty, diverse, healthy food with a lot of options.
Michael C. on Tally
The best place on the web to capture opinions on whats happening now!
Todd M. on Border Cafe (Cambridge)
Border Cafe has big awesome margaritas!
Annie M. on Tally
I want to see the people who agreed with a take, maybe my fb friends? It might validate a take for me!
Christine H. on Tally
No option to comment on another’s post - keeps message board craziness out of the picture and allows for a more topic-focused experience
Hannah T. on President Barack Obama
It's about time a president stands up for same sex marriage!
Todd M. on NBA Finals (2014)
The flopping is out of control. You're not hurt. There's no blood. Just play basketball.
Todd M. on Netflix
I wish Netflix had HBO shows. Amazon really ate your lunch when they grabbed so much top-shelf HBO content for their Prime streaming.
Troy L. on Hillary Clinton
Would be a brilliant, pragmatic leader who would restore gravitas to the Oval Office.
Michael C. on Hillary Clinton
Clinton = Competence. She would be the most well qualified president we have had in a while.
Andrew S. on Redbones (Somerville)
Decent BBQ for the northeast, great atmosphere and huge portions
Elizabeth T. on World's Best and Worst Companies
Google. Changed the world, no further explanation needed.
Todd M. on The Beehive (South End)
The Beehive has awesome live music downstairs. They're always changing it up and bringing in cool new bands.
Troy L. on Twitter
My first stop every morning now to get the news and what's relevant for me.
Troy L. on The Food Network
Love having reruns of Chopped on in the background. Always amazed at what they come up with.
Marian M. on Whole Foods
The produce is a great draw. Hard to go back to a regular supermarket after you've perused the whole foods aisles
Todd M. on World's Best and Worst Companies
Comcast: Basically a monopoly, no matter where you look there's a clear sign they put corporate profits above customers.
Dean K. on World's Best and Worst Companies
Uber: revolutionizing transportation in cities around the world. One of the most customer-service-oriented companies.
Todd M. on Zaftigs Delicatessen (Brookline)
Zaftigs is THE place to go for weekend brunch in Brookline, so the lines are usually pretty rough.
Anthony H. on Amazon Kindle
No doubt, Kindle is indeed an excellent dedicated e-reader that will change your reading experience
George M. on NBA Finals (2014)
Wish my beloved Celtics were involved
Hannah T. on Tally
I can't wait to use Tally for choosing restaurants and venues without wading through long winded comments!
Hannah T. on Justin Bieber
Another teenage idol turned terrible role model! Just what we needed.
Elizabeth T. on Mike's Pastry (North End)
Long lines of tourists and better pastries across the street at Modern.
Troy L. on The Parish Cafe (Back Bay)
Great beer selection and a rotation of excellent sandwiches designed by chefs from around Boston.
Todd M. on Life Alive (Cambridge)
Definitely one of the best organic vegetarian / vegan spots in the whole Boston area
Eric S. on Border Cafe (Cambridge)
Border is amazing... Tasty food, lively atmosphere. Great place to go for dinner and drinks without breaking the bank.
Matt N. on Top of the Hub (Back Bay)
Pro Tip: Anyone can go up and hang @ the bar, which is a great way to impress on a date but save $$ getting dinner elsewhere before/after
Stephen W. on Amazon Kindle
book lovers who think they need to hold a tangible book to read will get over it when they reading a kindle on a beach with a corona.
Todd M. on Game of Thrones (Season 4)
Peter Dinklage. Enough said.
Michael W. on NBA Finals (2014)
The two best teams in the NBA with completely different styles, depths, and personnel, going to war every other night, what's not to love?
Kathleen K. on President Barack Obama
He has brought a compromised health reform to Americans; is it perfect "no; is it a start that was sorely needed "yes."
Justin B. on Tally
Works really well on web AND mobile without having to install an app. Makes it easy to bring up feeds or takes from e-mail on my phone.
David E. on House of Cards
The acting is incredible! The leads, as well as the supporting cast. Across the board amazing!
Lance G. on Tally
Can you unagree with something? If not, that feature should be added.
Stacey F. on Tally
It would be nice to be able to mouse over the agreed number and see who agreed with you....
Marian M. on Amazon Delivery Drones
Think of all the postal drivers who would be out of a job if we had little flying machines delivering our packages. I vote for the jobs
Todd M. on Whole Foods
I feel like if Whole Foods has allowed it in their store, it's safe and healthy for me to eat.
Marian M. on World's Best and Worst Companies
Whole Foods: Environmentally conscious. Also created a foundation to help women lift themselves out of poverty.
George M. on Facebook
Can share lives with friends and family that I don't see often and would not be sharing without it
Todd M. on The Barking Crab (Seaport)
The Barking Crab is a bit of a tourist trap, and there are plenty of other local spots for great seafood.
Todd M. on Barcelona (Brookline)
Amazing food, superb service, fun atmosphere, and reasonable prices make this one of the best spots in Brookline.
Elizabeth T. on The Salty Pig (Back Bay)
Surprisingly good pizza.
Rebecca S. on The Salty Pig (Back Bay)
my go-to for charcuterie in Boston. love the "build your own" style.
Sean S. on Tally
Way to go Todd Myers! You are the man!
Hannah T. on Amazon
It's hard to beat a website that lets you shop for nearly ANYTHING you could possible want in one place!
George M. on Yelp
We can do better than Yelp. How about Tally
Justin M. on Yelp
I have to pick through too many reviews before feeling that I've gotten the big picture
Zak R. on JetBlue
Love the availability of flights to/from Boston Logan. Great airline to fly for business or pleasure.
David E. on JetBlue
They don't skimp on "amenities". Another can of soda? No problem! More bags of Pop Corners? No problem. A superior experience to all others!
Michael W. on LeBron James
Can guard all 5 spots and is a locomotive in transition. Basically unstoppable when he wants to be without ever being selfish.
Zak R. on Alibi Bar (Beacon Hill)
Crowd a little too pretentious for my tastes. Similar demographic w/ better crowd can be found at Legal Harborside.
Ryan T. on Netflix
I tried to renew my dad's gift subscription for Father's Day and they don't allow gift subscriptions anymore... Big Mistake!
Troy L. on Obamacare
It has its flaws but as Bill Clinton said "America can't afford to let the perfect be the enemy of the good." Obamacare does a lot of good.
Justin M. on Mike's Pastry (North End)
Best canolies ever...I recall recently saying to my friend that they were sent from heaven...that about sums it up
Troy L. on Spurs Win the NBA Championship
Unbelievable dismantling of the Heat. Best all-around team performance in a long time.
Troy L. on World's Best and Worst Companies
Seaworld: see Blackfish
Todd M. on Top of the Hub (Back Bay)
Top of the Hub is a must-see restaurant for anyone visiting Boston
Chris P. on The Parish Cafe (Back Bay)
The Zuni Roll. Period. Go order it and thank me later.
Andrew S. on Sweet Cheeks (Fenway)
The biscuits. Oh my goodness the biscuits
Matt N. on State Park (Cambridge)
Pinball AND table top shuffle board? Yes please.
Adrian C. on President Barack Obama
Arrived on the "hope" ticket. Hope quickly turned to disillusionment. US politics remains business as usual.
Alex R. on Netflix
Although sometimes it feels stale, Netflix continues to have one of the strongest TV and movie streaming libraries available today.
Andrew S. on Netflix
Nail it with great documentaries. TV series (even if they aren't the newest), and strong original content like House of Cards.
Anthony H. on Netflix
Need more recent movies!
Beth W. on 113th U.S. Congress (2013 - 2015)
They can't get anything done and don't know how to work together for the public good.
Marie M. on Comcast and Time Warner Merger
Less competition in an already limited market does not seem likely to improve the already terrible service provided by these two companies.
Chris P. on World Cup Brazil
The world's biggest sport. You have to wait 4 years b/t each tournament. National Pride. Simply the best sporting event in the world.
Hannah T. on Amazon Delivery Drones
Who really needs something delivered THAT fast? Is it worth a sky full of robots?!
Marian M. on Yelp
I simply don't believe the reviews are real. They are entertaining if you remind yourself they are fake
Ryan T. on Amazon Delivery Drones
This is one of those cool yet impractical ideas that is, at best ahead of it's time. The public isn't ready for this on a significant scale.
George M. on Whole Foods
Before you can eat healthy the food must be healthy
Cost. How much can people afford for better food
Todd M. on Apple
I really appreciate their fine attention to detail
HBO: Everything they create is incredible, and they shine in every category from Drama, to Comedy, to Fantasy.
Marian M. on Amazon Prime
Prime is the best deal around. Worth every penny.
Todd M. on Regina Pizzeria (North End)
If you're driving in, parking in the North End is rough
Elizabeth T. on Top of the Hub (Back Bay)
Touristy, overpriced and the food isn't anything special.
Elizabeth T. on Sunset Grill (Allston / Brighton)
Great nachos and margaritas.
Logan D. on The Beehive (South End)
On Fri/Sat the door guys act like you're trying to get into an exclusive NYC club. Dudes, it's just the Beehive.
Zak R. on Drink (Seaport)
Bartenders are actually magicians.
Lina L. on Life Alive (Cambridge)
Standing in line is at least a 20min commitment but the secret is to call in your order! Pick up when your order is ready and cut the line!
Cristina D. on Ole (Cambridge)
Tableside guacamole. So much yes.
Angela C. on Game of Thrones (Season 4)
I'm ready for Jon snow and bran to be reunited.
Andrew S. on Shark Tank
Banter between sharks never gets old and Mr. Wonderful saying "you're dead to me" when he doesn't get the deal.
Troy L. on Game of Thrones (Season 4)
The show better not catch up to the books. Come on GRRM, pick up the pace!
Troy L. on Netflix
It doesn't get much better than Netflix original programming. House of Cards & Orange Is The New Black are top notch. Watch out HBO!
Brendan M. on Game of Thrones (Season 4)
What happened to the dragons? Why aren't they kicking everyone's ass?
Marian M. on Netflix
Wish there were more excellent shows like House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. Top quality shows but we need more. Keep them coming..
Hannah T. on Game of Thrones (Season 4)
SPOILER ALERT but killing off Joffrey was the best plot move this show has made to date - hated that kid!
Hannah T. on True Detective
Matthew McConaughey blew us all away as Rust Cohle but Woody Harrelson also deserves some serious credit for his acting in this show
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