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Posted by Boston Hotel Concierge on 11/16/2009
The Cotuit Oysters were the freshest , coldest and most beautiful and delicious I have ever had. The Swordfish was a wonderful flavor with perfectly pan seared crust but a tiny bit dry from overcooking which happens in a second with Swordfish, also a little small for the price. The dessert, a small personal size ginger cake with a wonderful sauce was delicious and just enough. The place on a Saturday night was filled with locals, a tight squeeze but with a very upbeat and positive crowd. I will send Hotel guest there and will certainly go back myself if only for those amazing Oysters.
Posted by anon on 10/12/2008
The service was lacking.
Posted by BrookBoy on 07/08/2008
My wife and I visit Boston from NYC frequently and we always visit B&G since we first discovered it about five years ago. We both think the clam chowder is the best we've ever had, and we really like the lobster roll and the great [select]ion of wines. B&G is an upscale neighborhood place that's on the small side, so it can get very crowded in a hurry. It's best to go during off-peak hours if at all possible for a lazy and tasty repast.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/09/2006
We had been wanting to go here for a while and finally were able. I had heard the lobster BLT was a must...it wasn't. Bland pre-mixed lobster salad with cold bacon strips, heaps of ice cold iceberg lettuce and a grilled roll (same roll as they give you in the bread basket by the way). It didn't work. French fries were oily. Baked stuffed clams were oily but flavorful (though they used baby clams so we really had to scrape to make a bite out of each).The space is very tight and don't even try to bring a party of more than 2. They have 1-2 options for larger groups. The server was great; very attentive and knowledgeable