No Name Restaurant

Seafood, Shop
$ $
15 Fish Pier St W
Boston, MA 02210
(617) 338-7539
Monday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Best fish chowder in the city, no contest. And the broiled scallops and fried oysters- heaven. No pretense at the No Name- just good food with a great view of the harbor.
  • Good simple seafood. Great prices. Heaping bowl of chowder. Waterfront.
  • A bowl of chowda and my iphone
  • That guy went someplace else to eat.the food is great at No Name.s as always. Maybe he went elsewhere to eat his leather steak.I strongly urge anyone with a seafood appetite dine here.
  • I'm ashamed to have even checked in to this place. It's essentially a seafood IHOP, but that's a huge overstatement. The clams taste like they come from a can. The fish is chalky. Lobster is chewy.
  • Sautee of seafood (scallops, calamari, shrimp and swordfish) was awesome. Old school New England fish joint, no frills - that's why the locals love it!
  • Best chowder ever! Real New England style (which isn't full of flour or cornstarch).
  • 17 dollars for a steak that was tough to eat and had no flavor, wife had seafood that she could of done without! Service was ok. Great tourist place unless you want great food
  • Seafood chowda!
  • $17 for this. Bland and vastly overpriced. This place is basically trading on its owner's history and nostalgia. Avoid and go to LTK around the corner instead.
  • The BEST seafood spot I've been to in Boston. It's real, authentic, and their chowder is incredible.
  • Steamed lobster was not bad, but service was great.
  • No frills place -- yummy seafood though!
  • I visited as a tourist. Chowder was a little watery but great overall flavor. Lobster was fab! Free garlic bread just to start the meal. What a great find!!
  • Fried Seafood Plate and Seafood Chowder have been favorites for over 35 years!
  • Very fresh seafood, great view of Boston harbor. Validated parking, owner and staff very friendly and helpful.
  • Lobster roll and Lobster salad
  • The seafood chowder was chockfull of seafood but the broth was a thin and under seasoned. The clamroll was huge and the clams tasty. Ask them to hold the tarter sauce and cold slaw and get fries.
  • Good food at a good price. Not a place for a first date, what what do you expect from a No Name?
  • Good value. Small menu. Great fish.

Nearby places

306 Northern Ave (at Harbor St)
240 Northern Ave (at D St)
290 Northern Ave (at Seaport Blvd)