Great place for quick drink. Across the street from Fenway. Feature whiskey and moonshine. Drinks are reasonably priced. Service helpful and polite.
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Good food. Interesting menu, and terrific service. Manager Liz is hands on and makes this place go on a busy Red Sox game night. Worth a visit.
Went there today for brunch and expecting some bluegrass music at 12 like thier website indicated. Instead we got to watch a video being filmed of a young country singer, not sure if new and upcoming. Cool at first but hearing the clips of her...More
Our group of 4 was going to a concert at the House of Blues (right next door) so made a reservation to have an early dinner here. We were lucky to go on a stunningly beautiful day and were able to be seated outside. They've...More
First time today, on a Fenway Park day. Practically right across the street from the park, on Lansdowne Street, a street of many, many taverns. This, by far, is the best. Don't pass up the smoked turkey sandwich! And, when was the last time you...More
This place is really fun place. It is in the heart of Fenway. Plenty of bars/restaurants around. There is no other bar like this in Boston. The do have live band on certain days and line dance on other days. If y'all love country, this...More
Went to Last Call before a show at house of blues on 4/8/17. The bartenders were great and on point. Our drinks were never empty and our food came out correct and quickly. I would highly recommend Last Call. Note: this was a day where...More
The Belgium waffle arrived smeared with a strawberry sauce, heaped with fresh two inch long blackberries and raspberries. A mound of homemade bourbon whipped cream topped this decadent brunch offering. My husband's eyes lit up. We came for brunch, arriving early, while the band was...More