It is a nice small restaurant. We enjoyed our meal, my steak was perfect and my wife's lamb chops were perfect. One warning, limited menu, so check before make reservations.
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Great place with an excellent selection of meats and delicacies. Worthwhile a stop over to sample the goods.
In addition to being a restaurant, this location is a butcher shop during the day. The dry-aged beef is fabulous. Also wonderful are the pate' and cured meats made onsite.
This is a kinda different experience as it is super casual but the food is well prepared and anything but casual. Four men had different steaks and each raved. Drink beer the wine prices are stupid even for Boston.
Had dinner with daughter and friend here. We ordered, among other things, the pate and terrine. The pate was so good I came back the next day and bought a pound for a small cocktail party at my daughter's place. I have had pate all...More
Barbara Lynch's Butcher shop is a small and inviting spot for lunch, dinner and especially for weekend brunch. There is an enticing array of house-made salumi, a small pasta selection (the tagliatelle Bolognese is fantastic) and a collection of pristinely executed sandwiches. At brunch I...More
Made a reservation the last day of restaurant week, 2017. Heard a lot about the restaurant, and have been at other Barbara Lynch restaurants, but never dined here. Overall, a very nice experience. Restaurant was busy but service was attentive and accommodating. Liked their restaurant...More
The Butcher Shop offers a fabulous weekend lunch in the South End. The atmosphere is great. The service is great. The bartender was helpful and available, without being overbearing. My friend and I stopped in for a quick bite before going to the Boston Ballet....More
The only challenge is finding a table as the restaurant is small Very hip little spot in the south -end. The food is fantastic. They have great cold cuts and cheese too. and a very good wine list. Service is always impeccable. The place is...More