We headed in without looking at the posted menu, that ended up being a mixed blessing. We did not have a reservation but they worked some magic, and we're in. The menu at first gave us sticker shock ($65 for Rack of Lamb), but after...More
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Even good restaurants can occasionally present a dish that is less than ideal. What makes the difference between a good restaurant and a great restaurant is how they deal with a customer when their dish is disappointing. By these standards, Barrel House American Bar in...More
I'm lying in my bed now reflecting on my dinner tonight at Barrel House. The service was ok, the French burgandy wine was delightful but the Bacos "bacon" on my wedge salad was downright insulting. I'm sorry but Bacos, really??? That touch is a deal...More
No one really goes for the quality of the food in this place. Although the quality of The food is very good. People go here for The old traditional beauty of the place and To possibly bump into friends. Dress is casual. This is big...More
Unfortunately, we won't return to Barrel House again. We went for dinner, ( our 2nd visit) and both times were disappointing. On our most recent visit, we were seated at a table directly in view to the restroom hallway and our dinner background noise was...More
Our group of 4 were thrilled with our drinks at Barrel House American Bar. The Saladito, made with Mezcal, lime, honey, chili salt, was delicious and my personal favorite
great drinks, whiskey selection. food is a little overpriced and a bit fancier than i'd prefer, but it's good. good date spot.
The food was very good the last 2 visits. The whiskey smash is a great drink- but all that ice and at 10.00 for a short glass I was disappointed.
I have not found a bar outside of Boston that takes as much pride, in not just their incredibly long list of spirits and beers, but also, much like Barbara Lynch's Drink at Fort Point, is dedicated to their craft. They take their drinks very...More