Atmosphere great for date night. Loved the small plates for sharing. Everything was delicious. Drinks were amazing.
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My friend and I were at the Nantasket Resort, and was looking for a spot to eat. We are definite foodies, and love to try different things every where we go. So we looked up on phantom gourmet a spot to eat and this place...More
We love Passport - we only wish there were more things on the menu that our picky teenagers would eat as we would go there more often. Our favorite items are the tuna nachos, short rib bolognese and the mac & cheese with corn and...More
I'm not sure how it is that I haven't reviewed this place before as I've been plenty of times at this point. I always enjoy whatever beverage is mixed for me, or sometimes a glass of wine. Then come the roasted olives which are delightful....More
Great restaurant for trying out new dishes because they are so small. Delicious and very flavorful food. One of our favorite regular spots. Bartenders are friendly and great with making drink suggestions. Great craft beer selection!
PROS: The service is awesome; super nice waiter and waitresses. CONS: The food SUCKS! This is not tapas; this is small plates of crappy food! Imagine TGI Friday's serving tapas... it tasted as if everything was pre-made and they just took it out of the...More
I've been to Passport on three different occasions now, and like it's sister establishment the Fat Cat (in Quincy), Passport delivers a consistent, quality dining experience. My only complaint is that I can't decide if the "Duck Two Ways" at Passport is equal to or...More
One need not to hope aboard an airplane to sample some of the finest global cuisine this region has experienced in some time. While passports can be left behind, hungry customers can head over to Weymouth Landing’s aptly-named Passport, an intimate eatery which opened back...More