We had a lovely relaxing dinner. The food was very good, service very good, atmosphere upscale and not rushed, which we appreciated, all in all a very pleasant evening.
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The place is lovely-nestled right in the MOCA complex. I was looking forward to dinner, after so many good reviews and recommendations. I ordered the filet mignon and was disappointed. Unfortunately it was sinewy and tough. Everything else was very good - the onion soup...More
Visited here on a quiet night. Called ahead to see if there was seating at the bar. Upon arrival, they had two seats prepared and waiting for us! Food and service was excellent. Ordered the mussels, which were SO good--I asked our server about the...More
The reviews of Gramercy Bistro were good, so we were expecting a nice meal there, but were rather disappointed. We felt that the atmosphere of the place and of the staff was slightly arrogant and definitely cold. The wine was the best thing we had...More
A really great bar, and a solid restaurant. I wish they would update their menu, which has seen little change over the years, but the kitchen knows its way around tuna, cesear salad, and wiener schnitzl, that's for sure. It's a quality restaurant, but check...More
We ate here after a visit to Mass MoCA. The setting and atmosphere of the restaurant is very nice; comfortable, quiet, relaxing, with the museums industrial vibe The food got very mixed reviews from our group. We generally thought the appetizers and desserts were good,...More
This restaurant is very pleasant and the service outstanding. Our waitperson engaged just the right amount when we asked questions about beverages. Dining choices are creative and tasty. The butternut fritters were delicious, the crab cake moist and meaty with a nice sauce and the...More
This absolutely charming restaurant is right next to MassMoca. The decor is charming and the food was great. The menu was broad and the wine list was fairly priced and interesting.
Delightfully unexpected boutique restaurant, lovely decor, with understated grey velvet contemporary drapes and great art on the walls. Intriguing menu. I tried the breaded veal with spaetzle, fried egg, anchovies, and capers, very good. A 2010 red Bordeaux was well priced @ $50, though not...More
Went for dinner on an overnight at the Porches and it was the perfect spot. We could walk from the hotel. The restaurant was not crowded so we had excellent service. THe paella was more than ample, i didn't need an appetizer and my husbands...More