Open Hours: Monday 06:30 AM - 01:00 AM, Tuesday 06:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Wednesday 06:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Thursday 06:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Friday 06:30 AM - 01:30 AM, Saturday 07:00 AM - 01:30 AM, Sunday 07:00 AM - 01:00 AM
If you can't make it to Paris, Brasserie JO is the next best thing. Brasserie Jo is our unique and authentic Boston French restaurant. It's the ... More
If you can't make it to Paris, Brasserie JO is the next best thing. Brasserie Jo is our unique and authentic Boston French restaurant. It's the creative vision of world-renowned Chef Jean Joho -- owner of the acclaimed Everest and the Eiffel Tower Restaurant in Las Vegas. Brasserie Jo celebrates the cuisine and ambiance of classic French brasseries. Join a smart, eclectic clientele from all over Boston for cocktails at this sophisticated yet friendly hot spot. Sample a variety of light snacks and full meals, along with a pint of Hopla, our signature Alsace-style draft beer. From the alluring French bar to the enchanting 1940s-style dining room and quaint Winter Garden, Brasserie Jo is one of the premier Back Bay restaurants.Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner daily. Sumptuous brunch on Saturday and Sunday.
I dined on 4/28/2008 evening with my family. The server was so busy that I had to run into him to get his service. The restaurant manager told me that the tip is included on the bill when he handed over the bill to us. (we had 6 people on the table). The bill that we singed was $231.88. Next day, I check the credit card and it was charged $278.26
I contacted the restaurant and spoke about that with a manager on 4/29/2008. But he gave another person's name and asked me to call him again tomorrow. I felt cheated and upset with this.
You need to be very careful with your charges with this restaurant. And be sure to keep all the receipt.
I was introduced to Brasserie JO by a group of friends who took me to brunch here. I ordered the Seafood Crepe with lobster sauce and it was unbelievably good!!! I was very impressed by the decor and the location (right next to the Prudential stop on the green line) and there is ample parking (at The Colonnade and another (cheaper) parking garage is nearby). I decided to come back a few weeks later for dinner and was once again impressed. We ordered the ratatouille goat cheese tarte for an appetizer which was very good. I got the shrimp bag as an entree and my fiancee ordered the lobster bouillabaisse and we couldn't figure out who had ordered the best dish!
Boycott the Brasserie. If the Manager and Special Events Coordinator from Brasserie Jo represent the service from this french restaurant, then you should run away while you still have the chance. I have never encountered such unprofessional and unethical people in the restaurant industry.
In the process of planning a special birthday dinner here for 25 out-of-town guests, I got the run around multiple times from the restaurant management after having finalized the menu and reviewed event details...Only to be notified 24 hours in advance of the event that they would not honor the space reserved for our party. This was the final straw in a series of unprofessional errors on the part of the restaurant.
If you want great service and great french food, try another of Boston's many other fine offerings...
Brasserie Joe has the dining experience down. I attended a corporate dinner function here. We had two waiters for our table and the service was impeccable. All the meals were hot and tasty and nothing less than gourmet. And yes the Profiteroles are great! I would dine here if you are in the Boston area for a true European dining experience - MAKE RESERVATIONS!
I always wanted to go to Brasserie JO and my sister and I had breakfast there before going the freedom trail. We LOVED our food. The crepe with ham and cheese was excellent. The croissant and the orange juice was equally good. I cant' wait to go back there. However, it is very expensive. We paid $38 for two people.
What could be more lavish than lobster for breakfast? It wouldn't be a trip to Boston without breakfast at the Colonnade Hotel's Brasserie Jo restaurant. Forget eggs benedict. Their poached eggs with lobster will make any seafood lover's mouth water--a generous portion of lobster in a rich hollanadiase sauce. The French cuisine will transport you to the continent right here in Boston. Where else can you find such a decadent breakfast treat? Save your calories up for this one!
Two reasons to go: BEST BREAKFAST/BRUNCH AND BEST DESSERTS (well next to Finale!). Breakfast is soo good here, best omelets, great croissants! Also have these unique deep fried mashed potatoes and all types of potatoes. Desserts are awesome 'cause they put it together at your table (best mousse!) I love their carrots and fresh bread they serve to everyone!! Dinner is decent but nothing too special. Service needs improvement-very slow.
Quite simply this was the worst service I have ever encountered in a restaurant. The surly and totally absent waitress exceeded herself by delivering 1 of the 7 brunch entrees a full 10 mins after the first 6 entrees were delivered. This mistake was compounded by the lack of an apology and the blatant lie of
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