Thursday, August 14, 2008

Durgin Park Restaurant - Boston, Massachusetts

Visting Boston? Looking for a place to eat in the Faneuil Hall area? Do you like prime rib?

If you’re in the area and you like the prime rib, then a stop at Durgin Park might be well worth it for you. They offer a mix of traditional New England entrees including that prime rib along with other steaks, seafood dishes and a number of different pasta dishes, so there is a bit of something for everyone.

The atmosphere is well, quaint I guess you could say. Think old world Boston charm I suppose. The dining area is open and can get pretty loud. The seating area is fairly simple and during busier times different smaller groups are seated family style together at the larger tables. Service is fairly quick and very efficient, but one of the ‘charms’ of Durgin Park is the playful nature of the wait staff. They aren’t rude or disrespectful, but a certain amount of ribbing and good natured humor should be expected.

Read my full review of Durgin Park in Boston, Massachusetts on Epinions

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