Boston >Food & Dining > Sissy K's
6 Commercial St, Boston, MA | Directions 0210942.359655 -71.053595
Mon. - Sun. 11:30am - 2am
Neighborhoods: Central, Downtown
GREAT SINGLES BAR!!! – If you want a place to go out but not dress up or spend alot of money, this is the place...A very casual atmosphere. Drinks are cheap and the food is actually good...Alot of single people hang out here, I've met several. Very friendly staff....Get here ealry if you want to get a table, best nights are Karaoke nights...
Some of the Quincy Market area's cheapest drinks can be had at this casual dive. – In Short
Downstairs features a small stage with musicians playing cover tunes seven nights a week, while upstairs resides a small dance club with exposed brick and benches. The night starts with hip-hop and moves quickly into top-40. Expect Sissy's to be crowded enough to give you a good chance of making conversation with a stranger. Cheap drinks make this a favorite of large groups and bachelorette parties.
Cheap drinks but... – Well, I was really disappointed when I went here since everyone raved to me about how great it is. The bartenders were rude, the floors and tables were sticky and the place was so dim I could barely see who I was with!
The $1 drafts were a good deal but I don't think it's enough to draw me back. People were way to drunk here.
Sucks! – The music sucked and the drink sucked. Except for the chicks what else do you go for!
Definitly will go back – I have gone to this bar twice, and I will say it has been the most memorable times that I have had being 21 in Boston. I love the set up of it, and the scene is very fun. I love how the downstairs is more chill, and the upstairs has a fabulous dance floor. I love it. The dollar beers are great. Just get there before they run out! All together I would definitly go back, just be careful what you wear your bound to get spilt on!
I went last monday night to Sissy K's and it was great! The DJ played tons of good music, the beer was cheap ($1.50 for bud/bud light drafts), and there was lots of people there later on!
Downstairs was the karaoke which was PACKED early but as the night went on people moved upstairs to dance their asses off. Overall, a great time, especially on monday nights!
Great Time (mostly) – Stopped by this place early on New Year's Eve. It was still pretty empty and they weren't charging New Years cover yet. We stayed downstairs in the bar- typical ambiance, with good views of the streets surrounding Quincy Market. The beer was a rediculous deal- $1 Bud Light draughts all day/every day! Even New Years Eve! And the bartenders- all women- were all gorgeous.
We were having a great time until they ran out?? of Bud on tap. Bottles were $4.25 (no thanks). Don't know if they just wanted us out because we got in before they started charging cover, or if they actually ran out of beer. But it seemed sketchy running out of beer at 7:30 New Years Eve. Overall a fun time though.
Wonderful place – I really enjoyed every minute that I spent at this place, I ussually very hard to please. My favorite is their dance floor upstairs. It is awesome. I met really nice ladies.
Friendly faces – Finally a genuinely friendly place in Fanuiel Hall! On my most recent visit, both the staff and patrons were more than welcoming and cheery. Their commonly pretty bar staff was uncommonly friendly and cool. Even the (apparent) manager came over just to introduce himself and say hi. What a great place to hang out after work, and into the evening hours. By the time we left, my afterwork crowd was joined by quite a few pretty ladies (making leaving that much harder) Food was actually good too.
One Armed Drummer spins House! – A bar is a function of its patrons, thus in the Kitchen Aid of life, what do you get with?
2 Parts girls in acid washed jeans, butt wigglin to radio techno.
1 Part Curly Haired Irish dude, break dancing in a Coogi sweater (ala Theo Huxtable).
1 Part drunken female dancing to some other beat (one can only hope it was a far better song than the hard charging dance beat pumping throughout the Sissy's).
Surprise? This is the recipe for Pop Culture Train Wreck Salad with Barnum Bailey Croutons.
Drinks: 6.00 for 1/2 Parts Jack 9 Parts Coke. Beer downstairs was, apparently, $1.00 per draft (false advertising).
Food: "Peanuts, get your peanuts here."
Atmosphere: Outdated dancing, outdated wardrobe, but I did update my otherwise awful taste in music.
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