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Bars With Keno in Boston, MA
The Four's Restaurant & Sports Bar
166 Canal St, Boston, MA, 02114
1.Cactus Club Restaurant & Bar
939 Boylston St
I am a big fan of Mexican food and have had my fair share of burritos over the years, so you could say I have a pretty discerning palate when it comes to this type of food... and Cactus Club does not disappoint. The first several times my friends and I just went for drinks--Coronas/margaritas--and then when we had other college friends in town, we decided to splurge on a full dinner. The food was delicious, so we came back several times. We even spent one New Year's at Cactus Club! (Instead of champagne at midnight, they have margaritas :) It was super fun. Cactus Club is really a versatile place--great for after-work socializing, great for a fun weekend dinner, and also great for a special occasion! I highly recommend it.
145 Ipswich St
Whenever I'm bored, Jillian's and Lucky Strike are my 1, 2 combo knockout for a great night. Food, Drinks, and bowling! what else is there?
16 North St
We loved this place! While visiting Boston we ran up on this place last Sunday. We were so impressed! Philly steak sandwhich my husband said ,""The best I've ever had"" The Steak tips were AWESOME!\r Loved the art work and decor.\r The service was A+
4.Kings Boston - Back Bay
50 Dalton St
Weekly nights are hooked up. I used to go to college night and bowl free on Tuesdays, now I go to Wild Wednesdays and bowl for $10. They have awesome Karaoke and Trivia nights too. Recently I heard someone talking about Kings. They said ""This place is like Disney for adults"". I don't know if I would say that, but it is pretty darn close.
5.Bacco Ristorante & Bar
107 Salem St
Bacco is a great spot with amazing food and cocktails. I love the open air feel now that the weather is getting warmer. I have stopped in many times for the $5 appetizers after work and I have never been disappointed. The restaurant has that north end appeal with a staff that is very attentive & courteous. I don't usually write reviews but I feel that Bacco deserved one. Also I've been going to Bacco since I moved to Boston 4 years ago and they just came out with a new cocktail list that I suggest taking a look at.
6.Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
217 Stuart St
After reading the review of Megloomis 10/10/10, we made a reservation for an early Sunday evening requesting a ""private, romantic boot"" and were not disappointed and had a very similar experience to the reviewer. Dave R. was our waiter and could not have been better or more friendly. The politeness and efficiency extended to servers and hostess as well. Nice to be addressed by our last name and not ""guys"". The food- everything was outstanding, served hot and the filet mignon and prime rib was cooked precisely as ordered. Sauces were supplied on the side and delicious. The toppings for the baked potato were also served on the side so one could add just the right amount of butter, sour cream, bacon and cheese. Blue cheese mashed potatoes were very rich, but so tasty. Caesar salad had just the right amount of dressing and the lettuce fresh and crispy. Chef's special soup for the evening was lobster bisque including pieces of lobster and a shrimp on a small crusty in the middle. Chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream, sliced pistachio nuts with whipped cream rounded out this super evening. Although we had not mentioned it was our anniversary, we were asked if it was a special occasion and did note it. A candle was added to our dessert and were were send home with a complimentary box of truffles. The ambiance was very pleasant with subdued lighting, wine bottles on display everywhere and and expansive view of the open kitchen from our booth set back in the center at the far end of the restaurant. We look forward to returning to Flemings and hope your experience will be equal to ours.
7.Silvertone Bar & Grill
69 Bromfield St
The best wings and best mac & cheese that I have ever hada. The buffalo wings have this sauce that when they bring over the plate if you take a quick whiff it will make you gasp a little but in a very good way. Really really great! Mac & Cheese can't be beat just perfection
8.Dick Doherty's Comedy Den
184 High St
What a great place to go for stand up comedy. I have been to others in Boston and none of them are like this! I have gone many times and many different days of the week, and not matter how large the crowd it was always a fun time. With friends or on a date I have always left happy. They also serve a light finger food menu and have drinks available, for the Backbay area the food is great and the drinks are priced well! Highly recommended!!!
355 Congress St
Doka pizza - impossible not to choke!
10.Grill 23 & Bar
161 Berkeley St
I was taken to Grille 23 for my birthday and the dining experience truly made the night special. It started from the moment we sat down, our waiter was extremely personable and knowledgeable about the wine list and made a wonderful recommendation. We received our appetizers and were never rushed to order the main course but left to enjoy what we had infront of us. My main course was a Kobe steak that was cooked to perfection. To end the night the waiter having know it was my birthday brought out a giant slice of chocolate cake that was delicious. This wasn't my first experience at Grille 23 and was nothing less than what i have come to expect from them.
11.Vintage Restaurant and Lounge
72 Broad St
I love this place because the food is amazing and the service was so accomodating! Our party of 4 didn't know what we wanted because it all looked so good so the chef prepared a sampling of different appetizers that were all delcious, especially the duck spring rolls and mussels. For entrees we enjoyed the lamb osso bucco - it fell of the bone it was so tender - the gnocchi was handmade and awesome, and 2 of us had the filet mignon (cooked perfectly). The vibe is hip yet relaxed, not stuffy and pretentious. I would sit in the bar to watch the game on Sunday and for a date on Fri. or Sat. for dinner. Well done!!
12.The Four's Restaurant & Sports Bar
166 Canal St
The Four's Restaurant and Sports Bar has been a Boston Tradition since 1976. One of the country's first sports pubs, The Four's is known for fine food and great service. We have MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL and NCAA sports packages and 42 TVs to catch all of the action. So whether you are from Boston or LA you can be sure that you will be able to see your team play. With the most extensive collection of sports memorabilia in the greater Boston, Quincy and Norwell area, The Four's is a haven for the sports enthusiast. Come see for yourself why The Four's was rated as the #1 Sports Bar in America by Sports Illustrated!
13.Joe's American Bar & Grill
181 Newbury St
My son and I have been going to Joe's since he was 7 (he's now 21!) and we continue to love it. Generally, the service is not only professional and polite, but warm. In any restaurant, one may find the occasional dud server (reading other reviews), but this has nearly never happened at Joe's and, when it does, I've noted that the server is gone quickly. The menu is varied and really does have something for everyone looking for very well-cooked basic american food. The ribs are the best we've had anywhere (and we've looked!), the specials are often interesting and well-done, the burgers are also amongst the best (always checked on to insure proper done-ness). Any issues with the food are dealt with quickly and with genuine apologies from one of the managers (issues are rare) and one really feels ""cared for"" in this respect. Also important to us is that the environment is very diner-friendly. There are several rooms all with sound-absorbing features that mean relative quiet no matter where you're sitting. It's really nice to have tablecloths and heavy cutlery in a moderate-priced restaurant and the seating is very comfortable. It's our fall-back, go to restaurant, and nearly never disappoints.
14.Tapas At Tapeo Restaurant And Tapas Bar
266 Newbury St
Excellant food, great service, unique dining rooms, same owners/menu as Dali which we found out last time we were there.\r \r Two Thumbs up!!
15.Jj Foleys Bar & Grill
21 Kingston St
At first glance, there's nothing absolutely special at JJ Foley's. So why the heck do I go to this bar at least three to four times a week? Basically, the whole experience is great. It's real, authentic, and family-owned. All the bartenders are fantastic and I never feel as though I'm different even though I am not exactly white-collar office-working high-roller. People are always talking about the South End location and raving about it and its trivia nights and awesomeness, but to be honest, the downtown location is as nitty-gritty genuine as you're gonna get. This bar has my business for life. Folks, you are never going to find anything as authentic as this.
16.Revolution Rock Bar
200 High St Lbby 3
the food to die for the place unreal wonderful staff the price unexpected wanted to pay more.. no joke its a must do
17.Lucca Back Bay
116 Huntington Ave
I have been to Sasso four times now. I am slowly working through the menu. The scallops over oxtail is my favorite followed closely by the duck over green garlic rissotto. The service on all visits has been very good attentive but not pushy. I would highly recommend Sasso
18.The TV Installation Specialists of Boston
14 Derne St
19.Meritage Restaurant + Wine Bar
70 Rowes Wharf
This restaurant ranks among the best I've ever been to - and that includes several Michelin starred restaurants in France. Our food was excellent, both in it's remarkable flavor and innovative combinations. My husband's steak was delectable - rare on the inside and a slight crisp to the outside. His lemon sole was fresh, flavorful and cooked to perfection. When I tasted my grilled foie gras, I think I swooned! The only disappointment of the evening was the chocolate mousse bomb - but the deliciously soft, melt in your mouth semifreddo with strawberries drizzled with balsamic glaze more then made up for it! The wine pairings were wonderful and our server was as knowledgeable as any restaurant sommelier and very helpful. Water glasses filled as if by magic and plates disappeared almost as soon as the food did. It was a magical evening - we will definitely be back!
20.Caprice Restaurant & Lounge
275 Tremont St
Im not a fan of house music but I hadnt checked out instantnightlife's website before going there. Drinks are expensive but i like the international euro crowd
21.Laurel Grill and Bar
142 Berkeley St
My family celebrated my birthday here for dinner last Saturday night. There were 8 of us total and overall it was a pleasant experience for everyone. I had made a reservation for 6:30pm and we were seated immediately which I thought was very efficient. We shared the roasted pepper hummus and calamari for appetizers. The hummus was flavorful yet mild, I just wish they gave more slices of toast--they only gave about 8 small slices which just wasn't enough. However we used the complimentary bread to eat the rest. The calamari was good; nothing really extraordinary. My aunt had the Goat Cheese & Proscuitto Salad and said it was tasty but just wished there was more goat cheese overall since it was a small sprinkling.\r \r For our entrees - everyone ordered something different and I don't think anyone had a complaint! My meal was the strip steak and it was a hearty cut cooked perfectly to my requested medium rare. Other big hits were the Rotisserie Duck and the Chilean Sea Bass.\r \r The desserts - the highlight of my meal! I specifically chose this restaurant because it was reasonably priced AND had their own pastry chef (who I believe is the co-owner with her husband). Almost my whole party ordered from the dessert menu which changes seasonally. Mmmm, the Free Form Mud Pie brownie was so incredibly rich and delicious! The brownie is thick and cakey combined with spoonfuls of ice cream -- perfect with my cup of coffee. My other favorite was the pumpkin gingerbread which comes out warm with a fruit sauce drizzled on the bottom...the warm bread is so flavorful and rich - it tastes like it is freshly baked. We also had the Peanut Butter Mousse and 8 Layer Chocolate Trifle - both very tasty and unique!\r \r Overall the ambiance was pleasant and the wait staff courteous. Nothing to complain about in terms of service and you really can't beat the prices. I will definitely come back again!
22.Les Zygomates Wine Bar & Bistro
129 South St Ste 101
THe Jazz groove Funk performed every Thursday from 530-110pm, and then Fridays after work 530pm-730pm.\r Nick Laudani plays piano whoth varous musicians. Its a great time to eat, drink and listen, or kick back after work.
23.Seven's Ale House Inc
77 Charles St
Spent many great evenings at the Sevens during the 60's.
147 Hanover St
I recently had my 30th birthday party at The Point and I have nothing but good things to say about it. From the function manager, to the owner, to the bartender, to the bar backs. The Point really makes you feel like it is YOUR bar for the night. The food was incredible (scallops in bacon, chix teryaki, beef skewers). Our guests were raving about everything as well. Even my parents commented on how lovely the bartender was. I would highly recommend this bar for a private party, or even just a fun night out. They really know how to treat their patrons.
50 Dalton St
This is a tiny, dark, wonderful pub... great for the beer snob. Happy hours offer buck burgers - and they're delicious!
25 Boylston Pl
Alot of people have mixed reviews about this place, but I think Liquor Store is really misunderstood. Yes its a place for girls to get wild and you can dance all night but its not trashy as people are saying. Remember, this is the only place in Boston that has a mechanical bull...how cool is that! The drinks are pretty good, the crowd is always alot of fun and i really like the DJ's tear it up. Compared to the clubs/bars in the area, this is pretty much an absolute fun night.
180 Lincoln St
Excellent food. Macaroni and cheese is slammin. The service is good and the entertainment is off the hook. I'm from NY and every time I come to Massachusetts I'm going to Savvor.���� Shellese
62 Brookline Ave
That is your own fault for ordering a WHITE RUSSIAN. In Boston we drink beer and are wicked sox fans
29.Emmet's Pub and Restaurant
6 Beacon St
A great little pub to have a meal and a drink and a chat. This place serves the best hamburgers in the world. And the staff are so friendly and helpful. We'll definitely be back... Greg, Tim & Glen (from Australia).
973 Commonwealth Ave
If you go to BU, this is THE place to be. T's pub is a guaranteed great night for the 21+ on Thursdays - Kareoke night.
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