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Dry Dock Cafe

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  • Diners & Coffee Shops, Seafood
  • 7 Drydock Ave, Boston MA02210 42.346651 -71.037598
  • (Btwn Harbor & 6th St)
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  • (617) 951-2999
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User Ratings (Based on 12 reviews)

3.415
Food 4.0 Value 3.4
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 2.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(617) 951-2999
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 5am-4pm Thu-Fri: 5am-9pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Dry Dock Cafe

    Posted by bigjc on 07/19/2014

    Great seafood

    If you're looking for tablecloths and fine china, go elsewhere. If you're looking for great, fresh seafood at a reasonable price, this is your place

  • Dry Dock Cafe

    Posted by The Big Tuna on 10/18/2013

    Simply The Best

    The best seafood in Boston. Period. Let the tourists go to all the other white table cloth, overpriced chowder houses. If you want no frills, just great, fresh food at extremely reasonable prices this is the place for you.

  • Dry Dock Cafe

    Posted by Sam on 10/02/2011

    Best I ever had!

    Best seafood i ever had! The portions were huge and the prices were extremely reasonable. I'll definitely go back!

  • Dry Dock Cafe

    Posted by Regular Tourist on 06/12/2011

    Disappointing rip off

    Service was slow, but they add a gratuity to the bill so I guess there is no incentive to try. Clam chowder was lukewarm and not great. Lobster roll was good but that's just lobster meat on bread--I can get that anywhere else. With Ruffles chips. Microwave style chicken nuggets to round out an $80 lunch for four. For that money we could have done better all the way around at just about any other nearby restaurant. We won't be back.

  • Dry Dock Cafe

    Posted by violet on 05/11/2011

    Not worth the trip

    After seeing Drydock cafe on the Phantom gourmet show I thought we must go here. what a waste of time. the food was ok. nothing you could not find closer to home and the service ! forget it the waitress was rude never introduced herself.After serving us clam chowder that was cold and calamri that taste like rubber we were ready to go

  • Dry Dock Cafe

    Posted by mbafuqua on 03/22/2011

    Hidden Jewel!

    I've gone there the past two days, based off of the recommendation of the Phantom Gourmet. Yesterday had English-style fish & chips; today the hot pastrami sandwich on a bulkie roll. Turnaround from kitchen was very quick both days; portions are very large (satisfying). I'm not there mid-day for atmosphere; it's clean and there's lots of seating, so that should be good enough! Service: depends whom you get: yesterday a 5, today a 3. I will continue to go there for lunch and try other selections from their extensive menu.

  • Dry Dock Cafe

    Posted by Alby on 11/23/2010

    Enjoyable

    I have been many times, and am almost always satisfied. Their lobster roll is unbelievable for 15 dollars, and their stuffed quahogs are the best I have had. It is more of a cafe though, and not a fancy restaurant.

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