Snacks and drinks after work for a going away party I rolled into the Boyne. Â I can't stop bouncing up and down when someone says "The Boyne".
The place is a local bar and pub but had a very nice feel to it. Â So for those looking to be bar fly at a hole in the wall it may not fit the $1 PBR draft you're looking for.
Kali was a great, I mean great waitress and hostess with the most-est. Â She was pleasant, fast, right on top of it. Â My super star coworker and close friend ordered a dirty martini and Kali made sure they were perfect all night. Â A bit more olive juice, check. Â The right mix, check. Â My dark and stormy with Ginger beer was a good 2nd choice since they didn't know the Gin Gin Mule (BTW GGM so yummy).
The food also hit the spot. Â One round of chili nachos and wings went fast among the group that we had to order another nacho plate. Â The two dishes were slightly different but again the plate was wiped clean.
Parking is hit and miss on the street but not as big of a deal as down town Boston.
Thank you The Boyne (jumping up and down making sounds) for a nice night. Â Here is toasting to Nate, someone I hope to keep in touch with over the years to come!!!
This is a bar that feels like a local bar, though it is isolated enough to be local to very few people. Â Very much more a pub rather than a bar to meet the person of your dreams/night. Â Still, if you are passing by, it is worth stopping in, instead.
Good selection of beer, very unpretentious, decent food (not a patch on The Druid) and a warm atmosphere.
My experience of the service was that it was fine, but then I was happy enough to walk two steps to the bar to order rather than wait.
Doug S. sums it up well.