Abby Lane Food & Spirits

Row 1

255 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 451-2229
American, Bar
$ $
Mon–Sun: 11:30 AM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Recommend the clam chowder , mussels and the Kobe beef sliders Order from the small plates Top off with pink lady specialty drink can't go wrong. Yumm yumm
  • Great atmosphere and beer selection. The space feels like fine dining while being affordable enough to just get drinks.
  • Their signature dessert, the doughnuts, are simply heavenly. I would go back just for them.
  • So it is 4th of July in Boston and I wish to inform everyone that Abby Lane Food and Spirits was closed at 12:30AM. The are listed online to be open until 2AM. Even Concierge directed us here, alas.
  • Drinks and Tapas are excellent!
  • The burgers are some of the best in Boston. And these mussels were so tasty (and plentiful)
  • Def get the hot doughnuts! The seared tuna was good, skip the wings, burger add bacon and was good enough, slider was ok too. Fish taco was good. 3.5/5
  • Great mussels and the best strawberry daiquiri!
  • Pizza, Bibb salad
  • Thai shrimp!!!
  • I had a salad with chicken. It was a bit on the small side but, it was good.
  • OMG, the Diablo Burger!
  • Meh. Service was subpar at best when the joint wasn't even packed and and the beer list was okay.
  • Hamburgers are cooked to perfection and messy. The salmon is good but there is too much mole sauce. Don't leave this place without ordering the hot donuts.
  • Love the beer, cocktails are a bit expensive, delicious food
  • Amazing food, amazing service. Definitely recommended.
  • Had the Maine lobster sandwich. Delicious. Staff friendly and didn't mind I was dining by myself. Service was very quick
  • Dinner before the show
  • Bar run by "that guys with blue hair from Hell's Kitchen". I was pleasantly surprised. Food was very sophisticated (not to mention good) and the venue is beautiful
  • Abby Lane in Bostons theater district, youll get a signature mix of bold flavors Read full review:

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