A clean. comfortable bar & grill. A full menu is available daily from 11 am till 1 am. Daily lunch and dinner specials are the area's best. Free Wi-Fi makes it the perfect place for a business lunch. Enjoy lunch or a drink on the outdoor patio. We also feature live music, DJ/Kareoke, darts. and pool tables.
A casual, family-friendly ambiance has been served as a complimentary side at Boston's since 1964, when founder Gus Agiortis established the very first location in Edmonton, Alberta. Today, more than 50 Boston's restaurants have spread across U.S. and Mexican borders, conquering appetites with fresh, carefully selected ingredients that must endure a scrupulous interview process before hitting plates. Behind the scenes, chefs transform hand-pressed, made-from-scratch dough into 18 varieties of gourmet pizzas. At tables, forks plunge through hunks of meat and creamy sauces that make up gourmet pastas, and inside each location's sports bar, fans root for favorite teams while struggling to corral boneless wings with their sauce-stained foam fingers.
There are few places as lively to hang out as the shady tables overlooking the water on Louie B's patio. That's because guests don't just sip drinks as they indulge in fresh seafood and a range of classic American dishes. The lake and the restaurant's dock offer plenty of activity, as do the regular events, ranging from poker nights and comedy shows to holiday parties and live performances.
The Russian Lady's two locations, one in Hartford and one in New Haven, straddle the line between tradition and modernity. In the midst of Victorian wall sconces, orthodox church windows, heavy wooden doors, and neoclassical gilded gratings, guests dance to live music under the glow of neon lights. At both locations, a stone sculpture of Catherine the Great watches over the entrance and checks IDs as revelers peruse an extensive menu of red wines, single-malt scotches, and dozens of variations on a Russian staple: vodka. At the New Haven outpost, small plates from an internationally inspired tapas menu are paired with 40 draft beers, including eight local Connecticut brews.
Bourbon Park Bar & Grill comforts guests with nightly neighborhood hangouts fueled by a menu of classic bar fare. Grill gurus craft seven unique burger mercenaries to neutralize hungry hordes and stage edible reenactments of Kurosawa's The Magnificent Seven. Beefy patties take center stage on the plain hamburger (a $5 value), and strips of bacon and blankets of cheddar, american, or swiss cover further food-group bases on the bacon cheeseburger (a $6.50 value). Specialty burgers accessorize buns with a homemade bourbon glaze on Feda’s bourbon burger (a $5.95 value) and a warm flow of thick cheese sauce on the nacho burger (a $5.95 value). A posse of french fries (a $1.50 value) will escort each burger, ensuring no meal arrives at the table unchaperoned or has to take its cousin to the prom.
At City Steam Brewery Cafe, the owners concoct some of the area’s finest beers, scoring “best of” awards from Hartford magazine and Connecticut Magazine. They also brew potent batches of laughter inside their 200-seat comedy show-room theater. Ensconced in the historic Brown Thomson and Co. building, which was the state’s largest department store in 1877, Brew Ha Ha once was known as the Last Laugh Comedy Club, where fledgling unknowns such as Ray Romano and Kevin James vied for laughs in the smoky rathskeller of a restaurant.
Reborn in 1997 under a new moniker, the standup speakeasy keeps its calendar packed with nationally touring comics and local joke slingers. During shows, guests can toast with mugs of handcrafted beer and make edible sculptures of their favorite comedian using menu’s custom burgers, pizzas, and omelets.