Hard Rock Cafe is one of the world's most famous and popular chain of restaurants in the world, and the city of Boston has an outlet of its own. With ... More
Hard Rock Cafe
Hard Rock Cafe is one of the world's most famous and popular chain of restaurants in the world, and the city of Boston has an outlet of its own. With a good collection of rock memorabilia and some fantastic interiors, this place is an extremely popular hangout with the hip youngsters, especially the Cavern Club that is located within the cafe. The atmosphere at the HRC is energetic and there are a wide variety of drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic to choose from. A good place for a light snack, lingering over drinks and socializing.
Just a huge dissapointment. Eight of us went there after my daughters graduation. The staff didn't know of our reservation, which was made hours earlier, so we had to wait. They sat us in a back room, away from everyone and everything, like outcasts, and the food was lousy. To make matters worse my daughters burger came with a large piece of paper wrapper cooked into it! The waitress made all the appropriate apologies and took my daughters meal off the bill, which was still over $300.00 not counting the drinks we had while we waited. Very bad ending to what should have been a great day. Never again!!!
I'm sorry. This Hard Rock is a bore. Yes, the music is loud, so you feel like youre in a happening place, but the service is terrible and the food is mediocre. Get me a drink within 5 minutes and I won't complain, but when I have to wait on a slow night-- why would I go on the weekends?????
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