Rock Bottom offers an exciting dining experience in the heart of Boston s Theater District embracing classic and contemporary cuisine by Chef Jeb ... More
Rock Bottom - Boston
Rock Bottom offers an exciting dining experience in the heart of Boston s Theater District embracing classic and contemporary cuisine by Chef Jeb Boyle with a thoughtful, unpretentious delivery. Rock Bottom welcomes dining guests into a comfortable, spirited atmosphere with some of Boston's best servers and bartenders, who engage guests with a wide selection of the best in local beers, shaken signature martinis, and individual wine service.
I am the type of person is usually tough on reviewing restaurants. Before I dined here I had never been to a restaurant that I would give a perfect score. It always seemed to be the service was bad, the prices where high, the portions were skimpy, the food wasn't tasty, the place wasn't clean ...... the list could go on.
So with this being said, I was very skeptical when my daughter and I were walking aimlessly looking for a place to eat after leaving a Blue Man Group showing. Rock Bottom happened to be right around the corner. The first aspect that pleased me was that there were menus posted to view before you entered the building. (I am from a small town in central MA... you don't see that around here) I noticed right off that the prices were reasonable. We went in, were promptly seated by a very friendly and professional server. The menu was large with a great variety of choices. I was happy with Food, service, prices, portions, cleanliness.... all was great!! I would recommend this place to anyone and everyone!!
Rock Bottom was awesome. The North Copper Ale is a Red Ale and was very, very good. They also had a seasonal Fire Chief Ale that is also Red that was even better. The food was delicious with very reasonable prices. The menu ranges from steaks to seafoods, pastas and pizzas. The ribs were awesome as was the brisket. You can get growlers to go for a very reasonable price. With televisions and great beer, there is no better combination for a great night. Also would be a great place to meet up with someone of the opposite sex.
This is a brewery as well, so the waitress was quite knowledgeable about beer. Recommended an amber ale to go with my meal. Mmmmm beer. Skipped appetizers due to time, but ordered a side Caesar salad and it was huge! We both ordered the Pub Tips, which were marinated in beer, and smothered in 'shrooms. It was also served with cheesy mashed potatoes with thin-sliced, lightly battered onion rings on top. Even the green beans were cooked perfectly, not too crisp, not too limp. We have another show to go to in the Theater District in 2 weeks, and we're already decided we'll be dining there again!
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