Waxy's - The Modern Irish Bar

$ $
1032 Beacon St
Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 651-8323
4:00pm - 12:00am
4:00pm - 12:00am
4:00pm - 12:00am
4:00pm - 12:00am
11:00am - 1:00am
11:00am - 1:00am
11:00am - 11:00pm



  • $7 20 oz Guinness on tap, $16 Shepard's [sic] pie - tasty, but small portions. If you're hungry be prepared to pay extra.
  • Don't sleep on the Grilled Caesar. The grill chars on the Romaine hearts are perfect. Thick-cut bacon pieces round it out.
  • The Scotch Egg is a great little appetizer just keep in mind it's only one egg
  • salted caramel wings!!
  • Very happy I gave the oysters a second try because this time they were excellent. Always gotta love some chilled Tito's to pair with.
  • The Tralee flatbread with steak was best thing I've had and I've tried 75% of the menu
  • Wifi is finally up and running as of late July
  • Corned Beef Reuben wasn't bad. Didn't burst with flavor, but what Irish food does?
  • Wow...I should have known better than to order oysters, but they were worse than expected. Of the half dozen, only four had an actual oyster in the shell, and another tasted like sewer water. Avoid.
  • fancy gin and tonic had way too much rosemary and sage muddled in it. my breath tasted herbal for hours after drinking it.
  • Great patio and beer selection!
  • The burger is now much better. Pulled pork and French toast are excellent. They need to fix the wifi.
  • great patio and a decent beer selection
  • Great Irish bar, the patio is awesome for warm days.
  • As you'd expect, they still have kinks to work out and I trust they will. So far so good.
  • Clam Chowder w jalapeos, candied bacon + croutons
  • The burger . . . well, I remember I got a burger, but not at all what it tasted like, though I do distinctly remember that the bacon was rather floppy.
  • Online the website says they have gluten free options, in restaurant, they do not have any. Avoid for food if you truly need gluten free food.

Nearby places

4 Jersey St (btwn Lansdowne St & Van Ness St)
1028 Beacon Street (btwn St. Mary's St. And Carlton St.)