Jumpin Jay's has music - go figure. It isn't overwhelmingly loud but you can hear it.
I had a similar experience to a previous poster who arrived just after opening time, the staff just wasn't ready. They all congregated at the door, talking and taking it easy. Three or four people seemed to be our server, it was a bit confusing. Somehow, I survived.
Appetizer: mussels were good. A generous portion and the broth was mostly garlic and jalapeño. I have had better and I have had far, far worse.
Fish: grilled cod and the pan seared swordfish were both very well prepared. I don't understand the idea of the sauces since good fish is best with a bit of lemon and nothing else.
I doubt if the 'daily menu' is really daily but it might be weekly. A daily menu normally has the date printed on the menu so you know it truly is, you know, daily.
Expensive and the 9% tax was a shocker. But, I doubt if I could find anything for a similar price in Boston.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.