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Union Oyster House

Union Oyster House

Ristorante di pesce e Bar$$$$
Downtown Boston, Boston
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  • Giorgio G.
    Giorgio GiordaniAgosto 18, 2013
    Locale meraviglioso! Sedete al bancone e ordinate ostriche, ve le aprono davanti gli occhi. Chiede poi "one cup of cream" resterete a bocca aperta!
  • Matt S.
    Matt SpectorFebbraio 11
    Extraordinary local oyster offerings and don't miss the grilled oysters (oysters grilled with cheese, a bit of wine and parsley), the gratis cornbread and the special Sam Adams colonial ale.
  • Divya M.
    Divya MulanjurOttobre 31, 2014
    Loved it. Sit at the oyster bar. the oyster shucking guy was a delight. Even showed us a trained lobster! Definitely have the amazing oysters and clam chowder. We got complimentary corn bread too :)
  • Chris D.
    Chris DavisOttobre 3, 2016
    I love history. And this place has obvi had a fair share of visitors in the past. It's really big for an old historic location. AMAZING seafood and not to mention love cared in a great part of Boston
  • Na H.
    Na HuangSettembre 13, 2013
    Legend and history explain popularity and the price! Not cheap but really yummy! Seems house white wine s not a good option, we had a Russian river, really good!
  • Christopher M.
    Christopher MichaelGiugno 11, 2014
    The Asst Mgr, Sue, is awesome & knows superb customer service! Best damn "chowdah" I've ever had. Tons of history here & the ambience is like stepping back in time. Union Special Lobster! Do it!!
  • Alice F.
    Alice FerrisMarzo 27, 2016
    Try the New England Shore Dinner - 4th of 4 lobster dinners I ate in Boston, but by far the prettiest. Lobster, mussels, clam chowder, corn, potatoes and cornbread. YUM. (via @Foodspotting)
  • Jeffrey G.
    Jeffrey GilesSettembre 25, 2014
    We really enjoyed this pub as the longest continuously operating eatery in the US. Oysters were fresh and chilled to perfection!! Sam Adams Lager (crafted for Union Oyster House) was refreshing!
  • David G.
    David GraciaDicembre 30, 2012
    Corn bread is A+ clam chowder is A+ crab cake is A+. Oysters A+ Their cocktail sauce is also original and gets an A+ Tables for 2 are pretty small, overall great place even with the hefty prices.
  • BP
    BPMaggio 14
    Ostras, salmão grelhado, carne com molho BBQ, ótimas cervejas, Restaurante com perto de 200 anos e Edifício Histórico com idade ainda superior! História, comida e ambiente fantásticos!
  • Claudio
    ClaudioAprile 19, 2015
    The latest lobster, the oysters and the shrimp were so delicious! The oldest restaurant in America and also one of the best in Boston.
  • Care W.
    Care WSettembre 29
    The clam chowder, oysters and lobster roll. They do not skimp out. The atmosphere is lively and fun. It gets busy but you can grab a seat at the bar and have full menu access.
  • Flo Flo
    Flo FloSettembre 1, 2012
    Okay, the clam chowder hands down the best I ever had. The oysters not so much. The corn bread and local beer also a big plus. I would def recommend you don't eat too much here, just get the chowder.
  • Monica C.
    Monica CAgosto 17, 2014
    Oldest continuously operating restaurant in the US. There was a bit of a wait (understandably) to be seated. Food was delicious (be sure to try the corn bread!) Service was friendly.
  • المهره الصعبه ماهي لأي خيال
    Oldest restaurant in Boston. Loved the classic old atmosphere. Food was tasty but requires more attention to details & presentation skills.
  • Jason H.
    Jason H.Maggio 18, 2013
    Definitely tour the building. It is cool. But for eating - sit at the oyster bar downstairs and have chowder, oysters, and amazing corn bread. Don't bother with the other food here.
  • Eric G.
    Eric GrayOttobre 12, 2013
    Cool environment and all my friends loved the seafood. Sorry non fish fans. If you think you can just get a side of fries to hold you over, think again. The fries are worthless.
  • Bianca M.
    Bianca McLarenMaggio 11, 2016
    They have an off the menu shrimp scampi which is phenomenal - definitely order it to share. And their martinis can't be beat!
  • Vianna D.
    Vianna DornheckerLuglio 27, 2012
    È stato qui più di 10 volte
    Must get chowder and Sam Adams Brick Red Ale (only available at a handful of Boston bars). ONLY get oysters if sitting at the oyster bar ( they preshuck them for the dining rooms)
  • Alana K.
    Alana KaySettembre 21
    One of the best places to eat great food and chat to people. Very energetic with brilliant vibe. Loved sitting at the oyster bar
  • Cole K.
    Cole KennedyFebbraio 14
    Hey, its history. You're in Boston. You don't wanna ignore history, do you? (The food isn't great but it's still worth your time, plus it's hard to mess up oysters).
  • Hoang P.
    Hoang PhanSettembre 2, 2013
    If you have Boston City Pass and the page of Union Oyster House, show it to the hostess and you'll get priority searing plus free clam chowder. And for the record, Shrimps and Scallops is really good!
  • Alexandre B.
    Alexandre BarbosaNovembre 12, 2014
    The oldest restaurant in USA is also the best way to be introduced to the traditional New England cuisine. Must go!
  • DJ F.
    DJ FluxNovembre 10, 2012
    Check out the cool little artwork recreations of each stop on the Freedom Trail in the room off to the left when you enter.
  • Francisco C.
    Francisco CoronaMarzo 11, 2016
    Te reciben con un pan de maíz calentito. Recomiendo la sopa de cangrejo y la langosta. La atención es buena. El lugar muy agradable
  • Megan S.
    Megan SimkusAgosto 18, 2016
    Clam chowder is incredible - comes w cornbread and butter. Also there's a dark Sam Adams beer, Constitution, made only for them that pairs beautifully.
  • Kelly M.
    Try the New England Clam Chowder - The oldest restaurant with the best chowder on the planet. If its good enough for JFK n Daniel Webster it's good snuff for me. Since 1826.
  • Kaila S.
    Kaila SchleuAprile 23, 2016
    This is the best damn clam chowder that you will ever have in your entire life I suggest going asap.
  • Patrick H.
    Patrick HaleySettembre 13, 2015
    If the wait is too long just have a seat at the bar and have dinner. The bartenders were fun to speak with and had a lot of great suggestions.
  • Andres N.
    Andres NovoaNovembre 23, 2015
    You can sit downstairs if you're just looking for bar service (oysters, chowder, beer) and skip some of the line.
    HISTORYAgosto 26, 2010
    It has been open to diners since 1826 & is known as the oldest restaurant in the United States of America. In 1796 Louis Philippe, King of France in 1830, lived in exile on the second floor.
  • Rachel M.
    Rachel MercerMaggio 19, 2014
    If you're a history buff, request the Kennedy Booth. Upstairs on the back right, it seats 6 and was the preferred spot of JFK when he came to visit.
  • Ching Y.
    Ching Yu ™Novembre 10, 2012
    Check out the artwork display on the walls that depict the landmarks along The Freedom Trail.
  • Harumi U.
    Harumi UAgosto 18, 2014
    They may not have the best seafood but you come here for the experience. And when you do that, make sure to have a reservation. Otherwise wait could be long.
  • Abdo K.
    Abdo KassisseOttobre 25
    Awesome service! Cozy place and tasteful food. It is a must if you are in Boston.
  • John L.
    John LFebbraio 10, 2013
    Believe the hype, the food holds its own against the fierce competition. Have at least a lunch here, for the rich history if not for the excellent food.
  • Qingxun
    QingxunOttobre 24, 2016
    Oyster bar, shucked Brewsters, steamed 2-pounder lobsters and Sam Adams ale! Crowded every time!
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousGennaio 27, 2015
    The oldest restaurant in Boston and oldest continuously operating restaurant in America is where you go when you're jonesing for a taste of New England. Leggi tutto
  • Q
    QLuglio 7, 2012
    The clam chowder is awesome! When you get more clams than potatoes, you know you're in Boston!
  • Nick D.
    Nick DazeMaggio 1, 2013
    Blackened Scallops are spicy and amazing. Clam Chowder is sooooo good.
  • K-Ro
    K-RoGiugno 30, 2013
    If its dinnertime & you didn't check in an hour and a half before you want to eat: just eat in the 1st come 1st serve section with the "lighter menu"
  • Dorotea P.
    Had a sea food platter for dinner and was quite disappointed. The portion is really big but the food kinda tasteless . Interior is really nice and cute though, friendly staff.
  • Stephanie B.
    Stephanie BellSettembre 19, 2012
    Untouched colonial architecture... which is a rarity even in the heart of Boston. Worth a visit for that atmosphere alone.
  • Ale
    AleAgosto 9, 2016
    Oyster amaZing,mussels -I'm in love... Grate atmosphere..
  • Danielle F.
    Danielle FosterGennaio 2, 2012
    The cornbread is fantastic as well as the chowder...BUT Avoid having to use the bathroom! Very tight and small and not very tidy...probably like it has been since indoor plumbing existed!
  • Lauren H.
    Lauren HartFebbraio 6, 2012
    Get the broiled scrod. It might change your life. A young Cod fish that is unique to Boston. Amazing tartar sauce too.
  • Magda C.
    Magda CarrDicembre 27, 2013
    If you enjoy eating with rats, you are in the right place!! It could be the oldest restaurant in town, however, it's infested with RODENTS in all levels of the the restaurant. Go if enjoy food w/ rats
  • Wally L.
    Wally LeChatAprile 11, 2016
    Oysters and chowdah! An excellent diversion. 190 year old circular oyster bar a great treat.
  • Rich H.
    Rich HauckOttobre 13, 2014
    Get the Sam Adams Union Oyster House Colonial Ale. It's the only place in the country that has it!
  • Tim B.
    Tim BackusSettembre 13, 2014
    The corn bread and chowder are dangerously delicious. Don't fill up and miss out on the amazing entrées.
  • Bridget G.
    Bridget Gael2 settimane fa
    Good food— historic & quaint, but a little cramped— we loved the bloody Mary’s, fried oysters, and clam chowder!
  • Nancy D.
    Nancy DeolMaggio 24, 2011
    Have a pint & get your Parcel 7 parking validated. Our $16 parking was magically transformed into a much improved $3 fare. Best part - The Colonial Ale!
  • DV G.
    DV Green🌀Maggio 26, 2013
    The toothpick was said to have been popularized in America starting at the Oyster House.
  • hkevinchu
    hkevinchuAgosto 9, 2013
    Call ahead and make a reservation to dine in The Kennedy Booth and soak up a little bit of history.
  • Craig D.
    Craig DesmaraisSettembre 16, 2014
    Oysters and chowder are great. Sit at the raw bar and let the staff educate you about Boston!
  • Kevin C.
    Kevin ChupkaAgosto 16, 2014
    Chowder is fantastic as is the corn bread that comes with every meal. It's also the birthplace of the toothpick
  • Valerie W.
    Valerie WaltmanGiugno 18, 2013
    Seafood Newburg was excellent. I recommend reservations, even on a week night they were very busy.
  • Drew M.
    Drew MDicembre 27, 2016
    Crab cake appetizer, corn bread, and pan seared shrimp over rice were all good. Baked scrod was cooked well, but lacked flavor.
  • Mike M.
    Mike MontielAgosto 30, 2012
    È stato qui più di 10 volte
    Come in and enjoy an ice cold colonial ale brewed only for the union oyster house by Sam Adams and some chowdah in America's oldest restaurant!
  • Patrick H.
    Patrick HaleySettembre 13, 2015
    Try the Sam Adams Colonial beer which is brewed solely for this restaurant and not sold anywhere else.
  • A&B American Style
    A&B American StyleGennaio 27, 2014
    Oyster is in its name, but don't miss the clam chowder and make sure to BYO Pepper Sauce Leggi tutto
  • Gwen C.
    Gwen CummingsSettembre 8, 2014
    Oldest restaurant in the United States! Delicious chowder and a fun place for history buffs
  • Andrey K.
    Andrey KuznetsovAgosto 14, 2012
    Ask about special photo with huge lobster from pool opposite oyster bar. Great idea, thanks to staff !
  • Victoria T.
    Victoria TuckerDicembre 21, 2012
    Southerners beware, the clams have fat bellies...but if you get over the shock they are truly delicious!
  • Colin D.
    Colin DevonshireMarzo 17, 2011
    Who cares about the tourists? Sit at the raw bar for a half dozen oysters, bowl of chowder and a Sam Adams. Best lunch in the world.
  • IWalked Audio Tours
    IWalked Audio ToursSettembre 28, 2011
    Building dates to 1714-17. UOH opened here 1826. Almost 1/2 of items on current menu were on 1st menu. 1st toothpick used here. Booth 18 upstairs is JFKs (who was a regular). More info in blog. <LINK> Leggi tutto
  • Demps C.
    Demps ChongOttobre 24, 2012
    Seafood Newburg generous and filling meal. Great service and historic restaurant well-preserved.
  • Stephanie M.
    Stephanie MathiasFebbraio 29, 2012
    An absolute must, especially for anyone new to Boston! Can't go wrong with just oysters and clam chowder!
  • Laura C.
    Laura ContiOttobre 17, 2015
    Don't make a reservation, go early and sit at the bar! Order chowder and oysters!
  • Vaughn B.
    Vaughn BFebbraio 1, 2012
    indeed, the clam chowder is great. So are the oyesters. The hot oyster sampler was just what I needed.
  • Tina Hui T.
    Tina Hui Tina HuiLuglio 11, 2010
    Get the BEST oyster, clam chowder, lobster ravioli, corn bread and broiled lobster ever at America's Oldest Restaurant est. 1826. Definitely one to try.
  • Mario M.
    Mario MartinezNovembre 8, 2010
    Try the clam chowder (with oyster crackers, of course) after a long, cold, rainy day touring the city. It will be the best you'll ever taste!
  • Connie L.
    Connie LuAgosto 23, 2011
    Oldest restaurant in America and great lobster ravioli, definitely a must visit even if you're not a tourist.
  • Janelle B.
    Janelle BridsonGiugno 22, 2014
    Call ahead of time and ask for Stephanie to serve your table! She knows the meaning of "exceptional service"
  • Swemeatballs ..
    Swemeatballs .Marzo 2, 2011
    Go for the bluepoint and oysters here, best served across the seafoodbar. Also try the seafood platter if struggling to choose.
  • Laarnee
    LaarneeOttobre 27, 2013
    Get a table upstais. Wam, cozy, and ancient😉
  • Alex B.
    Alex BoenischSettembre 6, 2011
    Oldest restaurant on the country and the best fahkin' clam chowdah you have evah had. The oystahs ah wicked good too.
  • Danielle A.
    Danielle AluraOttobre 16, 2012
    Best oyster experience in Boston. Tiny little 10 seater bar and great company
  • Presidential Libraries
    Presidential LibrariesNovembre 3, 2011
    A regular customer at the Union Oyster House, John F. Kennedy enjoyed lobster stew while reading the newspaper in his favorite booth upstairs in the Pine Room.
  • Tim L.
    Tim LawlessLuglio 10, 2013
    Good seafood in the oldest restaurant in America! Great building. Samuel Adams was a frequent visitor back in the day.
  • Stella K.
    Stella KNovembre 27, 2012
    È stato qui più di 5 volte
    Skip the butter, and have the boiled lobster with veggies!
  • Jillian P.
    Jillian PennymanDicembre 9, 2011
    The clam chowder was amazing! Other menu items weren't too bad. I would recommend the calamari as well.
  • Mary K.
    Mary KoGiugno 12, 2016
    Sitting upstairs transports you back a few hundred years! Good food. Awkward staff.
  • Rich M.
    Rich MayerSettembre 9, 2016
    Go for lunch. Fresh cod with New England mashed potatoes and cornbread. Maybe some chowder.
  • Daniel T.
    Daniel TewfikNovembre 21, 2014
    The toothpick was said to have been popularized in America starting at the Oyster House. Leggi tutto
  • Dale S.
    Dale SDicembre 8, 2012
    Like other folks said, get the clam chowder. Also, swordfish broiled is pretty baller.
  • Jason S.
    Jason ShorbAprile 3, 2014
    Food was not overly impressive. Go for oysters, beer, and the atmosphere.
  • Jeremy P.
    Jeremy PyneMaggio 19, 2013
    The middle-aged Oyster shucker guy at the bar is a total asshole. I guess I would be too if I had to shuck oysters all day.
  • Bob
    BobAprile 26, 2013
    Excellent food. No one leaves hungry!
  • Alan M.
    Alan MalabananMaggio 3, 2015
    Friendly and non-rushed service. Food was fresh, simple and tasty.
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousAgosto 24, 2010
    King Louis-Philippe of France once lived on the 2nd floor. JFK was a regular. John Kerry is a regular. The oldest continuously operating restaurant in America is quintessential, historic New England.
  • Steve G.
    Steve GalgonGiugno 21, 2011
    Crab cakes... Lobster cakes... Fish cakes. Its all good. And don't forget a bowl of CHOWD-AH.
  • Team Coco
    Team CocoNovembre 8, 2011
    "Whomever said oysters are an aphrodisiac has clearly never left their Oyster doggie bag in their car on a hot Summer day." - Conan O'Brien
  • Tania Y.
    Tania YoloAgosto 5, 2016
    A bit of tourist trap, you should make reservations to avoid waiting. Seafood medley pasta dish was delicious
  • Ryosuke F.
    Ryosuke FNovembre 27, 2011
    The food is excellent, but the service is horrible. Try the oysters, clam chowder, and lobsters, but don't expect any comfortable dinner time.
  • Mike M.
    Mike M.Dicembre 4, 2014
    Oysters oysters and oysters. Delicious!
  • Patty S.
    Patty SmithAgosto 21, 2016
    Grab a seat at the bar at the oldest restaurant in Boston and have an oyster shooter!
  • mary
    maryAprile 15, 2014
    Amazing seafood in a histric restaurant :) a must eat in boston :)
  • Chris G.
    Chris GauvinAgosto 6, 2014
    The Chowder, the Cornbread. Calamari was delicious. Decent beer selection.
  • Jon L.
    Jon LoginsAprile 22, 2012
    È stato qui più di 50 volte
    Come to the Union Bar and grab some chowder and a cold, refreshing beer. Always a good time!
  • Andrew B.
    Andrew BestafkaGennaio 18, 2015
    It's worth it for the history! The chowda is great!
  • Ryan N.
    Ryan NixonGiugno 26
    Awesome oysters and good drink selection, a bit pricey
  • Deryl B.
    Deryl BenoitLuglio 9, 2011
    Ask for a free refill on the chowder. Best unadvertised promotion ever!
  • Amanda B.
    Amanda BoutinNovembre 17, 2012
    Go early and just get the chowder. Chowder is great, mussels were bland and our app with clams and oysters were over cooked not worth 90 dollars.
  • M T.
    M TafNovembre 9, 2015
    Amazing clam chowder. Just getting a cup is too small!
  • Martin H.
    Martin HanniganNovembre 6, 2010
    Ask for Jimmy at the raw bar. And don't be a tourist: get the oysters. You only live once!
  • Dana V.
    Dana VillmoreGiugno 24, 2016
    Awesome chowder!!! Also love the corn bread :)
  • Joshua B.
    Joshua BlackMaggio 25, 2013
    Great chowdah (if you are into that sort of thing.)
  • Paulinnate
    PaulinnateMarzo 4, 2012
    Try the Oyster Shooter - Best night cap. Spicy. Lemon & salty fresh. Big ups
  • Muhammed B.
    Muhammed BulutAgosto 11, 2014
    The oldest restaurant in the USA. I had eaten oyster there but I do not like it.
  • Carlos C.
    Carlos CultureAgosto 24, 2010
    When you get there wait to sit at the semi-circle bar. Its a classic for 100s of years! Seriously.
  • Tarzan
    TarzanFebbraio 9, 2016
    Oldest restaurant in US. Great food. Not a great service.
  • Andrea E.
    Andrea EgremyNovembre 8, 2015
    The Unions Favorite is expensive and the crab cakes are mini.
  • Sean D.
    Sean DaoLuglio 29
    Oysters are good. I wouldn't say anything else is exceptional
  • Mike M.
    Mike McDonoughSettembre 30, 2014
    Everything including the amazing ambience
  • John Z.
    John Ziemblicki SrLuglio 21, 2014
    Very casual great historical significance
  • Caitlin B.
    Caitlin BreulerSettembre 4, 2010
    Raw bar overrated, but cornbread awesome, all food really good, highly recommend lobster newburg.
  • Brooke B.
    Brooke BeckerMaggio 10, 2014
    Sit at the oyster bar. Drink Sam Adams Colonial Ale.
  • Giovanni C.
    Giovanni CorredorNovembre 30, 2015
    Oldest running restaurant in America. A must when in Boston
  • Rosanna W.
    Rosanna WangMaggio 13, 2011
    Interesting historical setting, but if you're here for oysters, save your money and head over to Island Creek Oyster Bar instead.
  • John H.
    John HDicembre 27, 2011
    they have a perfect pour from the pop can beautifully chilled.
  • Steven M.
    Steven MorganLuglio 23, 2011
    Plain and simple, order the clam chowder and a Sam Special!
  • Jack G.
    Jack GoodGiugno 1, 2012
    Only place in Boston that has the Sam Adams Colonial Ale - good stuff
  • Nick M.
    Nick MontaltoLuglio 7, 2015
    The corn bread and broiled scallops!
  • Lynn P.
    Lynn PinaAgosto 29, 2012
    Go for the classic broiled lobster!
  • Eduardo C.
    Eduardo CastilloNovembre 20, 2013
    The apple cobbler is lip smacking delicious..
  • Dan P.
    Dan PainitzGennaio 3, 2012
    SIt at one of the old booths and have the clam chowder.
  • Todd C.
    Todd ChandlerAprile 22, 2010
    Get a bowl of the Claw Chowder. Not a cup. It's so good you should indulge in an entire bowl.
  • Zeynep T.
    Zeynep TümerdemAgosto 31, 2015
    I highly recommend fried oyster & clam.
  • Kieu Trang H.
    Kieu Trang HAgosto 21, 2013
    Delicious clam chowder, 20 min wait time.
  • M T.
    M TafNovembre 9, 2015
    Clam chowder and corn bread is a must! Darn good.
  • Carroll
    CarrollMaggio 8, 2010
    Fries are actually incredible, despite being the last reason people come here. Clam chowder was fantastic.
  • PinkMohawk C.
    PinkMohawk ChanceLuglio 28, 2014
    Food was pretty good. Chowder was good, scallops were tasty but only 4 half dollar size for the meal is a bit light for the price.
  • Margaretha G.
    Margaretha GunawanAgosto 12, 2011
    Clam Chowder in tje bowl, make it two, and the natural oyster cracker!
  • Laarnee
    LaarneeOttobre 27, 2013
    Do yourself a favor- call in for reservations!
  • Dana L.
    Dana LeeverGiugno 14, 2013
    Sit at the original wood oyster bar for good food and a show!
  • Josey Lyne P.
    Josey Lyne PayneFebbraio 14, 2014
    The cornbread was good. The end. Really.
  • Kaitlyn B.
    Kaitlyn BurnsLuglio 20, 2015
    Only place you can get Sam Adams Colonial.
  • Scott G.
    Scott GriffithNovembre 7, 2013
    1/2 beer per 1/2 dozen. Easy math. Go!
  • Jeffrey H.
    Excellent meal, reasonable cost!
  • Ersin S.
    Ersin SezmisSettembre 17, 2016
    Maybe the best oysters in the town.
  • Ashraf F.
    Ashraf FaramawiOttobre 11, 2011
    Oysters are phenomenal- just eat the shucking bar. Don't waste your time getting a table and do not eat the raw clams.
  • Maru E.
    Maru EscandonNovembre 7, 2014
    Great service, food and drinks are good
  • Bonobos
    BonobosAgosto 15, 2012
    Try the clam chowder & lobster. Will not disappoint.
  • albert
    albertGiugno 6, 2012
    Clam chowder + corn bread + Lobster + Beer = Heaven
  • Sabrina S.
    Sabrina StoltzmanAgosto 25, 2014
    Clam chowder and lobster ravioli was amazing!
  • Imen
    ImenNovembre 17, 2015
    👌🏻lobster ravioli was ok
  • Kimberly B.
    Kimberly BorlandFebbraio 17, 2012
    È stato qui più di 10 volte
    Don't miss this bar- it is the best bar in America!
  • Elvie P.
    Elvie PastorGennaio 22, 2011
    Loved the building, skip the food. Head into the North End for much better seafood.
  • Matthew M.
    Matthew MorrisMaggio 24, 2011
    Fantastic. Get the 2lb lobster. Best buy for the money. Leggi tutto
  • Stephanie S.
    Stephanie S.Aprile 5, 2014
    Oysters and clam chowder! Stick w the basics! Won't disappoint!
  • Addison W.
    Addison WaltonSettembre 6, 2011
    Food isn't great but it's worth the visit for the setting.
  • Raphael Armand
    Raphael ArmandAgosto 21, 2014
    Legal mais muita fritura
  • Cherry G.
    Cherry GomezAgosto 6, 2013
    I love to sit at the raw bar
  • Cagney S.
    Cagney ShattuckAprile 8, 2011
    Ummm yeah. The broiled seafood platter is not good. At. All. But do eat the chowder.
  • Jimmy B.
    Jimmy BOttobre 11, 2009
    order the steamed mussels appetizer bc not only is it delicious but the garlic bread it comes with is incredible!
  • John H.
    John HDicembre 27, 2011
    they pour an excellent guinness in here!
  • Pao N.
    Pao NavaMaggio 24
    Si es el restaurante más viejo de USA tiene que ser bueno!!
  • Alicia M.
    Alicia MoritzOttobre 5, 2012
    Chowder soup is good but $10 for a Chardonnay???? Are you kidding me???
  • Cindy C.
    Cindy C-EAgosto 7, 2014
    Awesome New England Clam Chowder!
  • Benjamin S.
    Benjamin StandeferSettembre 6, 2014
    Tom says is cool and along Freedom Trail
  • Ian G.
    Ian Gasco-WigginGennaio 6, 2012
    Unbelievable chowder! Best in town for sire
  • Eric H.
    Eric Hong Kang WeiDicembre 12, 2012
    The clam chowder was so so. There are many other better chowders in Boston.
  • Pamela V.
    Pamela VarrialeGiugno 13, 2012
    Don't get the baked stuff lobster - it's dry!
  • Cory B.
    Cory BrownGennaio 9, 2016
    Expensive however the venue is neat and old fashion
  • Eduardo C.
    Eduardo CastilloNovembre 20, 2013
    Extremely friendly attentive wait staff.
  • Yi W.
    Yi WangNovembre 23, 2012
    The clam chowder is really yummy!
  • Lee
    LeeMarzo 18, 2013
    Try to sit a booth 18 JFK sat here!
  • TV Food Maps
    TV Food MapsAgosto 26, 2014
    Check out Union Oyster House as seen on Food Paradise Leggi tutto
  • Johanna L.
    Johanna LynnMaggio 11, 2012
    The function "open bar" prices may vary from menu prices
  • Ashley O.
    Ashley OrtizNovembre 13, 2011
    Get the New England Clam Chowder! Delish!
  • SGA B.
    SGA BostonAgosto 31, 2011
    Have some seafood at the oldest restaurant in the United States.
  • Mohammad A.
    Mohammad Al AliGiugno 12, 2016
    So far so good
  • Shane M.
    Shane MartinSettembre 25, 2016
    Place screams tourist trap but the food is anything but. Nothing is cheap though
  • mishka
    mishkaGiugno 7, 2012
    oldest restaurant in the usa!
  • Neal R.
    Neal RAgosto 29, 2014
    Lobster of course :-)
  • Wesley D.
    Wesley DorsettMaggio 4, 2014
    Cornbread comes free with chowda
  • Kristine S.
    Kristine SmithMaggio 26, 2014
    Eat the grilled oysters!
  • James C.
    James CNovembre 23, 2014
    Expensive but really good food.
  • Weary T.
    Weary TravelerNovembre 23, 2012
    The sodas are not free.
  • Seraphine K.
    Seraphine KelleySettembre 12, 2011
    don't bother with anything other than the oyster bar here!
  • Rami I.
    Rami IsmailMaggio 2, 2016
    The food isn't fantastic but the atmosphere sure is.
  • Denis B.
    Denis BelangerGiugno 10, 2015
    One of the oldest pubs
  • Jason M.
    Jason MartinAprile 14, 2015
    Incredible clam chowder!
  • Kelly L.
    Kelly LamasAgosto 28, 2013
    Oldest beer on tap!
  • Adam C.
    Adam CissellMarzo 31, 2012
    Make sure you try the ONIONS!!!! - Mike Flamino
  • Jessica G.
    Jessica GoleyMarzo 14, 2011
    Delicious corn bread! Nom nom nom.
  • Louise S.
    Louise SanteramoMaggio 24, 2014
    Scallops delicious
  • Edward M.
    Edward MansonAprile 14
    Seafood and pints.
  • Matteo P.
    The atmosphere is nice, but the fish seemed to be frozen and not fresh. Not a good value for money choice
  • Sandra W.
    Sandra WalkerGiugno 15, 2013
    Great chowder!
  • Reinhard W.
    Reinhard Walker SrGiugno 15, 2013
    Clam good!
  • Alexandra M.
    Alexandra MotternNovembre 30, 2014
    Great staff
  • Sean O.
    Sean OReillyGennaio 13, 2012
    "Whomever said oysters are an aphrodisiac
  • Joseph F.
    Joseph FeldmanMarzo 18, 2013
    Bring extra toilet paper
  • Brooke C.
    Brooke CowardAprile 1, 2014
    GREAT clam chowder!!!
  • Kerwin T.
    Kerwin TMarzo 8, 2012
    Lobster was amazing!!!
  • Garry T.
    Garry TanDicembre 30, 2014
    Chowder. Chowdah!
  • Harlan E.
    Harlan ErskineAprile 25, 2010
    Don't eat here. Such a tourist trap I loved the history of the building but the food was boring, bad & overpriced. It might as well have been a red lobster. Skip their food & just get a drink or two.
  • Dan P.
    Dan PaxtonAgosto 16, 2013
    Try the Clam Chowder -
  • Mike R.
    Mike ReganFebbraio 14
    food is good, not great.
  • Delyn S.
    Delyn SimonsGiugno 4, 2013
    Da Bruins, Game 2.
  • zouni K.
    zouni KSettembre 2, 2011
    It's historic restaurant in Boston
  • Jose V.
    Jose VargasSettembre 27, 2010
    Best clam chowder and crab cakes in the world!!!
  • Maureen S.
    Maureen SoulesLuglio 9, 2014
    Historic and interesting... Food wasn't that great.
  • Lindsay D.
    Lindsay DugganOttobre 31, 2011
    Try the oysters ;)
  • Jenn V.
    Jenn VachonAgosto 19, 2011
    Food is mediocre at best. Just get a drink instead - the colonial ale is pretty good.
  • Lauren
    LaurenMaggio 20, 2012
    Used to be good, but now the lobster tastes like ammonia and the service is slowwwww
  • Bennett J.
    Bennett JonesFebbraio 17, 2012
    Lobster roll. Yum!
  • André Z.
    André ZhangGennaio 5, 2011
    Clam Chowder taste amazing!
  • Nina
    NinaAgosto 3, 2012
    Stick your nose in to say you've been there, but do not eat there or else you may never see the light again.... Avoid at all costs
  • Homer P.
    Homer PopsLuglio 23, 2016
    Clam chowda
  • Marc L.
    Marc LewisOttobre 22, 2010
    Get the clam chowder.... anything else? uummmm
  • Brandon A.
    Brandon AndersonAprile 30, 2012
    It's a good thing this place is historic. The food is terrible!!
  • Gervis C.
    Gervis CashNovembre 9, 2011
    This is the oldest restaurant in the US and they can't stop, won't stop.
  • Catherine M.
    Catherine MarcusMarzo 1, 2011
    Always be prepared to wait.
  • Jason W.
    Jason WoodwardFebbraio 20, 2012
    The wait is HORRENDOUS and always longer than they tell you. Tourist trap. Food is sub-par at best. Stay away.
  • Marissa G.
    Marissa GreenDicembre 23, 2010
    Clam chowder is fabulous
  • Janet D.
    Janet De bieGiugno 29, 2016
    Claim chowder
  • Gorkem Y.
    Gorkem YILMAZFebbraio 25, 2016
    No wi-fi? Food is full of grease? I was dissappointed
  • Daigo F.
    Daigo FujiwaraAprile 23, 2011
    Try the Oysters
  • Adam W.
    Adam WishneuskyMarzo 26, 2011
    Thumbs down. Overpriced, bland food, so-so service. History lures in tourists, but I bet you they don't get many repeats.
  • Jeanne O.
    Jeanne Ong LiAgosto 30, 2011
    3 floors high.
  • Ben N.
    Ben NaijinAgosto 18, 2014
  • Dafeng G.
    Dafeng GuoMaggio 25, 2011
    Overpriced. Go to Chinatown and you will get equally good seafood with better price.
  • Hiroaki T.
    Hiroaki TsumoriAgosto 28, 2014
    Lazy man lobstar
  • Leigh
    LeighGiugno 12, 2010
    The best clam chowder ever!!!
  • Kathryn P.
    Kathryn PagoniMaggio 19, 2012
    Awful. The Union Special Lobster was hideous
  • Frank P.
    Frank PerkinsOttobre 14, 2010
    The oldest restaurant and it shows. Don't eat here.
  • Claire G.
    Claire GillanOttobre 26, 2014
    Disappointing food. Overpriced. We wasted a whole evening on this place.
  • Camille L.
    I liked the littlenecks.
  • Patrick M.
    Patrick MahoneyMaggio 29, 2011
    Historic, but overpriced for the quality.
  • James D.
    James DonadioGennaio 5, 2013
    Ripoff tourist trap, coasting by on reputation. Terrible food.
  • Aaron H.
    Aaron HartongMarzo 28, 2010
    Oldest restaurant in america! So excited.
  • Jesse T.
    Jesse ThomasMaggio 4, 2012
    Ye Olde Garbage. TOURIST TRAP!!!!
  • Frank M.
    Frank MaguireMaggio 15, 2010
    Try the oysters
  • Rogue I.
    Rogue IntegrityOttobre 14, 2010
    you must be a tourist or drunk to be here. literally the worst overpriced seafood i have ever had.
  • Mary B.
    Mary BeallLuglio 31, 2013
    The food is mediocre and thr service is horrible. Geez
  • Luciano T.
    Luciano TournMarzo 23, 2010
    Tourist trap - Bostonians don't go here. Walk to the nearby North End and try the Daily Catch instead
  • Jordan H.
    Jordan HughesFebbraio 20, 2012
    Don't go here, wait was ridiculous, food was whatev, service blah
  • Aaron H.
    Aaron HartongMarzo 25, 2010
    Will be awesome
  • Nina
    NinaAgosto 2, 2012
    Skip the food...
  • Leslie P.
    Leslie PostonGiugno 6, 2009
    People (tourist) watch over oysters and beer
  • Marc D.
    Marc DedrickFebbraio 19, 2012
    Go somewhere else...
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