We frequent Bostons as they have a good Happy Hour and very friendly and attentive servers. Erin is the best!
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Some of the menu has changed. The "Nooner". a salad and a Personal Pizza w/six slices is called the "Indy" and any combination will work. There is a main entrance, but one can walk around front to use it: Not good for folks with disabilities or walkers....No ramp or disability parking opposite the back entrance...single back door opens into sports bar but that is also a wait-staff bar station as well so it gets busy....no hostess at this door so walk through the bar to front door and and wait until they see you...this is one goofy setup.
Food and wait service very good as before. Large groups have visited here.
Great family gathering spot. This is mostly appetizers, Pizza, Burgers, etc so it is not what you would call an Italian restaurant. It is a Grill, though and lots of bar foods.
Interesting menu comment in drinks section:" Local and craft beer ask the staff".
I did and there aren,'t any local beers at all...No I.T.S, No Skookum, No Mariners,
No Diamond Knot, only one Shandy (from Chippawa Falls, WI) I asked for a Pale Ale and they did not have one. SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BREWERY!
First time visiting a Boston's and I was satisfied with my visit. I tried one of their baked pastas and my wife had a signature pizza.
I liked mine... good flavor and was cooked right!She was less than thrilled with her choice as it was not hot and tasted like it was sitting under a heat lamp for 20 minutes but without the heat.
We would try it again but she would order something else. Friendly and attentive staff.
Very good food. This time was a little slow. in getting our food. We sat in the bar don't know if that made a difference. The food was very good. Love theri selection of beers, especially the Irish Death.