Boston >Franklin Cafe
“It is a cozy spot that is mo.”
“The calamari in a garlic cream sauce demonstrates the kitchen's ability to provide a decadent treat that wasn't overly rich.”
“The drinks are great too.”
“Consistently excellent food”
“It's trendy, has great drinks, everything on the menu is delicious, and it's open super late - what's not to love?”
“good place to go for drinks and dinner if you're not in a hurry and not looking for a quiet, intimate experience.”
“Waited forever to order drinks with frazzled bartender & were barked at for trying to order food at same time - told us to wait until he was ready.”
“The menu is not huge and there are no desserts, however almost everything that comes of the kitchen is done right.”
“Had to ask for bread, my dinner arrived cold, bartender ignored/mistreated other customers including one group who'd had coats on for 10 minutes waiting for bill.”
Eat the Sugo, drink the Fernet, pray that Joy or Sabrina is your bartender
Awesome quaint little place. Grilled calamari is AMAZING, just wish the portion was slightly bigger. Drinks are tasty as well.
Dark beers on tap, sushi on the late-night menu: two keys to this girl's heart. Worth the trek to the South End!
This is it: Ground zero for the assorted artists, academics, techies and entrepreneurs who ensure the South End remains the hippest neighborhood in town. The Franklin owes its status in part to the fact that it's still one of the few…
Amazing and strong cocktails: get the Easter Essence!
A small space with no reservations, but get there on the early side to put your name in and enjoy a delicious drink at the bar. It's well worth the wait.
Everything here is delicious, especially the pork!
Even after The Franklin Cafe became known as an industry hangout, it remained an industry hangout. It's that good, which is why it has also expanded to new locations and concepts. [Eater 38 Member]
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