Boston >Food & Dining > Bonfire
“During our recent visit to Bonfire, we were immediately enchanted by the ambience and looking forward to a wonderful dining experience.”
“As far as dessert goes, the lemon meragne pie was disappointing but the chocolate trio was excellent.”
“We did not order any wine or drinks so our palates were fresh.”
“The steaks were very good--the strong and stinky gorgonzla sauce is very strong and stinky though.”
“think I would have gotten the most for my dollar (not to mention a tasty meal) if I had only ordered from the six dollar side menu.”
“Didn't get a chance to hang out at the bar, but it does look like a great place for young urbanites who want to get away from the "club" scene.”
“bar/grill. It's wasn't that romantic, but we really liked the food, and decided to come back, and ask specifically for the main dining room.”
“The drinks were expensive, considering how ordinary they were, and our waiter defined poor, unexperienced service.”
“was quite surprised at the reasonable prices on the menu -- other "celebrity chef" restaurants tend to be much more expensive.”
“The mac and cheese side (only six bucks) was a full sized meal (I couldn't finish it) and was probably the best mac and cheese I've had in a long time.”
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