Nice seafood restaurant, lobster oysters and other seafood are very fresh, there is a more original taste of the seafood platter, there are more rich seafood dishes, with beer or various cocktails, matched with the noisy and noisy atmosphere of the restaurant, overall a good experience. There is also a Boston-style chowda, which tastes good~
I was here twice within a week, and both times the service was perfect and the food even better. To order shellfish, you mark numbers on a card, like a dim sum restaurant. The oysters are clearly idenitified by name and geography, and all of them were fresh and beautiful. Amazing selection of beers from coast to coast
Row 34, I went there before, and I went there again recently. There are more people than before. Maybe there are more people in Boston now. It’s pretty good to choose to take away. The lobster rolls are so delicious. .
On the first day in Boston, we went to the Congress to find a dinner spot. Line 34 opened at about the same time, so we stopped. The place is clean and modern, but not arrogant or pretentious. We started with squid (and jalapeno) and it was great! Both have the same main dish-lobster roll. This lobster may be the best we have ever eaten. It's in a "roll" and is equally delicious with cabbage salad and fries. (If you are that type of person, they will provide you with a great Arnold Palmer.)
The seafood at Row 34 is really delicious! Known for its seafood, raw oysters are naturally not to be missed, and raw fish is also fresh and delicious. Lunch is only 20! The restaurant is a factory remodeled, with super high celing and a very modern atmosphere. Highly recommend west coast oyster, blue fish, chocolate pudding