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798 days ago

Pretty decent spot, excellent service. I dropped my napkin and they were all over it. I liked the seafood tower appetizer, which has lobster tail, crab legs and oysters. For dinner I got the filet cooked medium, which was great and the espresso chocolate cake for dessert - I had 2 slices, and had so much energy that when I left I jogged around Boston at an astounding pace which I probably needed anyway to fall asleep.

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1075 days ago

We went for 2nd time to this restaurant.

The first time was awful the waitress don't even ask for give us another drink. We where 7 adults and 3 kids. We spend more than $200.00 was really a bad service. But at least the food was good.

The next day one of the people made a complain to the manager about it. He gave her a certificate.

So we went there for a second time. This time the manager made sure we were having a good time. In FACT, was a better experience than the first time.

The waiter in the second time was better. He make sure we was having a good time. It was my husbands first time there, and even he tell him to give him a "tour" around the restaurant.

The first waitress was there, I get surprise to see her still working there but maybe is because just 1 of us made the complain. At the end she went around our table and laugh very hard like making sure we see her. I think that was stupid but at the end, that don't make us feel bad on the contrary, I laugh about it.

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1169 days ago

Best hot dogs in the city, and I know my hot dogs. These all beef beauties come in delicious, freshly toasted rolls. The condiment and topping selection is absolutely excellent, though I'm a purist - house (spicy, whole grain) mustard and sauerkraut. The onion rings and poodle fries are delicious, and, well, what more could one really ask for? The only downside I've found so far is that the wings are a bit on the tough side, but that may have just been an off day.

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1170 days ago

Decent spot in the North End, I'm told it's a tourist favorite. I honestly wasn't blown away by the food by any means. The tiramisu was bland, the salmon was okay. It was a good vibe though, energetic and the service was pretty good. I would go again but not make a special trip.

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1170 days ago

On top of the Prudential Center and up 50 floors, it offers great views of the city. The food is pretty good but nothing over the top so I would just as soon get a drink and walk around.

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1170 days ago

The oysters here are the best in town; the variety, the perfect presentation, the briny freshness. The local cherrystones are also a treat. The servers know their product and manage to navigate the often crowded small space without making you feel rushed. In season try to get a seat on the patio. The wine list is well matched to the food and has a wide price range. If raw seafood is not your thing, the Fried Ipwich clams are a local delicacy brought to a new level with crispy batter fried perfectly. Or try the Maine lobster roll which will make you feel like you spent a day at the beach in Bar Harbor.

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1176 days ago

It was a cool summer day and all I wanted was a little something warm to hit the spot while I did some computer work. My boyfriend and I, both with laptops, saw a sign on the door that read 'wifi available.' Perfect, we thought. As we brought our computers onto our table, and after we ordered two drinks and lunch, our waitress* said to us, "You can use the internet, but you can't stay here for ten hours." Hospitality/tip fail. I'm sure she's not the mascot for Bella Vita, but she's a face nonetheless. *Dark hair, resembles the actress Nancy Downs from 'The Craft."

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1179 days ago

I was meeting someone for dinner and they suggested the Channel Cafe. Boy am I glad she did! I feel like I would have never discovered this on my own because it's sort of in a hidden part of town. Everyone was really friendly and extremely accommodating. Eclectic artwork. A cute little dog walking around. Plenty of good beers to choose from. Delicious menu items. I went with the pulled pork sandwich - it was heavenly. Their fries were perfection. This gallery turned restaurant (which still has a small gallery inside) has style, charm and a laid back atmosphere. Definitely worth going to! Try their 'burger and a beer' combo on Thursday or Friday nights from 5pm-7pm - choose a sirloin or a veggie burger and any draft beer for $10 - not too shabby!

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1183 days ago

We simply had to stop here on our trip. Cheers looks just like the set did on the TV show. The food was good, it was like sitting eating din...

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1183 days ago

We simply had to stop here on our trip. Cheers looks just like the set did on the TV show. The food was good, it was like sitting eating din...

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