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“Sounded cool...was mediocre”
Review of The Whiskey Priest

The Whiskey Priest
Ranked #694 of 3,306 Restaurants in Boston
Cuisines: Irish
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Dining options: Late Night
Neighborhood: Seaport District / South Boston Waterfront
Reviewed September 19, 2012

Really was NOT impressed. It's an Irish bar/after work type place with a small menu. The menu on line had more items but the one in the restaurant was very small. I had a burger and fries-the burger was overcooked, the fries tasted like they were cooked in rancid oil and I wound up sick the next day.

I would not go back-maybe for a beer, but certainly not to eat. I will say that sitting outside was nice..but really hot!

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Reviewed September 4, 2012

While in Boston one weekend, we had dinner one night at the Whiskey Priest. It was a Friday around 9pm and not too crowded by that point (although more people showed up later). It was very enjoyable sitting on the roof deck, although a little annoying to have to drink our beer from plastic cups and have to listen to the booming bass of a party cruise parked nearby (the Whiskey Priest neighbors the World Trade Center). The food was okay, but service wasn't so great and the beer selection was less than stellar. If a decent drink selection is what you're looking for, go to Anthony's Beer Garden just next door to the Whiskey Priest.

Thank JSinDC
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

We expected this resteraunt to be crowded and full of a lot of college kids but..... When we approached the hostess she seemed a little anoyed that we were there, she seated us on the bar side at a dirty table, The waitress never came to take our order or even to say she would be a few... We like a lot of people left.

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Reviewed August 4, 2012

You have to make tens of visits to work your way through the Whiskey or the bear menus. Full of adults in their 20s, I felt like an old man in the place. This is definitely a place, if your 21-35 to go and meet people. The bar was crowded, only because everyone was standing next to the bar. If you moved 5 feet away from the bar there was plenty of space to drink and talk. I only came here to drink and socialize with the group I was with, I may come back to sample some more of the Whiskeys on my own on a quieter night.

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Thank Edcandoit
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Reviewed July 19, 2012

Great deck right on the water with an ample portion of food served. Always a good amount of folks there, young and old.

Thank John G
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