Welcome to a very special Pax East installment of This Is How We Eat. If you are unfamiliar with what’s going on here, please refer to our previous articles for more information. Sports Bars are a dime a dozen nowadays, but every once in a while you come across one that is a little bit more enjoyable than the others. The place that I am going to talk to you about today is one of the better experiences that I have had a t a place like this in a long time, Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar & Grill.
Located near the Boston Seaport in Boston, Massachusetts ( I know that sounds redundant, bear with me people), this nicely located restaurant offers delicious food, and extremely fast service, at very affordable prices. My dad and I started things off with a chicken quesadilla for our appetizer. After finally getting those delicious creations down, the two of us ordered a Pulled Pork and Reuben Sandwiches as our main entrees. Sadly there is where the fun ends though, because there was absolutely no room left for dessert for either of us at all whatsoever.
My only real problem with this place is the fact that the actual wait time for a table, and the time that the servers sit you down are way off from each other, but it’s more of a mild annoyance than anything else. Other than that though, I can’t really think of anything bad to say about this place to be honest with you. In fact, if anybody out there is interested in finding a place with great view of the Seaport in Boston, and also offers great food at affordable prices (around $40 for a meal for two people) look no further, Remy’s has you covered.
If you happen to take a trip to the east coast to Massachusetts, stop by Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and Grill, you will not be disappointed.
Also, if there are any other places that you think we might like to check out, please let us know in the comments below.
P.S.-I know the picture has nothing to do with the food I ate, but it was the best one I could find.