Sunset Grill & Tap

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303 Ratings
Ratings: 303
Reviews: 227
rAvg: 4.25
pDev: n/a
Taps: 112
Bottles: 380
Cask: Y
[ Bar, Eatery ]

130 Brighton Ave
Allston, Massachusetts, 02134-2811
United States
phone: (617) 254-1331

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @sunsetgt

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Reviews by Yetiman420:
Photo of Yetiman420
4.8/5  rDev +12.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

Sunset was stop #2 on a two-day Boston beer bar tour (Publick House and Deep Ellum the others).

Sunset has the largest high-quality beer selection I've ever seen. We focused on taps because they offer four 5 oz glasses for $8.99.

We had...

Offshore IPA (pint)
5 oz glasses...
Allagash Hugh Malone
Stone Oak Aged Arrogant Bastard
Southern Tier Creme Brulee
Six Point Righteous Rye (Cask)
Stone 12th Anniversary
Cambridge You Enjoy My Stout (1 year bourbon aged)
Six Point Bengali Tiger
Southern Tier Unearthly
Bear Republic Black Mamba
Atwater Vanilla Java Porter
Harpoon Leviathan Triticus
Monks Cafe Sour
Stone Ruination (tulip glass)

More User Reviews:
Photo of StrayteEDGE
4.25/5  rDev 0%

Biggest beer selection in Boston!

Photo of richobrien
4.51/5  rDev +6.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 3.75 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Overall my trips here have been great. Huge selection, always adding new beers and the food is pretty good too.

Hard finding a time when it isn't busy, but worth the wait in my opinion.

With so many to choose from it hard to leave here without trying a few new things.

Photo of AraBal
5/5  rDev +17.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Best beer bar in Boston. Selection both on tap and bottles is amazing. Food has improved and is excellent. Nachos are the best I've ever had. Can't beat the value. Great place for any size party, especially large groups, who can get a table at the last minute. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. It's been a Boston institution for a quarter of a decade, and rightly so. You won't be disappointed.

Photo of Ken_P
4.11/5  rDev -3.3%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4 | service: 3.75 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

I usually go to Sunset around 5 or 6 to try to avoid the college crowd. Haven't had a problem finding a seat at the bar weekdays or weekends around this time. There's usually a good amount of people but never too loud. Can't speak to later in the night because I usually leave by 7. Decor is kind of divy but that's not why I am there, so it's not to distracting from my opinion of the place.

The real draw to Sunset is the beer. It's a BeerAdvocate's paradise. 110 beers on tap! Unlike similar places that boast large tap lists but are mostly filled with mediocre beers (Yardhouse, comes to mind), Sunset does not disappoint. Whoever picks their beers clearly knows their stuff. A lot of limited releases available there. I've had Goose Island Kentucky Bourbon Stout, and Firestone Walker Parabola there, beers I may not have been able to try if it weren't for Sunset. Impressive selection of Local Beers. They usually have Jack's Abby Smoke and Dagger nitro-tapped which is worth a revisit if you've only had it in the bottle. They even have the trappist ale from Spencer on tap! Flights are a little over $10 and are a good way to try some new/or more expensive beers. They say they mark up the price of flights if you pick more expensive options but they've never done that to me before.

Service is more on the casual side. If you sit at a table your server is usually good on checking when you need another round but can be hard to flag down for food or the check. When I sit at the bar, I've given up on trying to stick with one bartender, I usually just flag down whoever's available. Look for the server's wearing the "beer police" shirts, they are usually friendly and knowledgeable. They will give you tastes of anything you are interested in.

I'm torn when it comes to the food here. For a divy beer bar, it's pretty good. However, in the grand scheme of things it leaves a little to be desired. It's tex-mex at heart but they suffer from having way too big of a menu. While they do try to class it up a bit, (Jicama pico de Gallo comes with your burrito) I don't think their prices are fair for what you're getting. You're much better off going to Haberno's around the corner if you're looking for Mexican. I usually will go to Garlic and Lemon's around the Corner, get myself a cheap falafel and save my money for more beer.

Overall, I definitely recommend Sunset. It's best when you go early and stay away from the food, but even if you don't the beer selection is enough to leave you satisfied alone.

Photo of WreckingBrew
3.8/5  rDev -10.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

The food is waaaay better than you think for a great beer place. The beer tails are fun. It's located in the middle of two major colleges (BC and BU), so choose your trip carefully, or you'll be waiting to get in. Wait staff can be hit or miss, but the good ones are GOOD in beer knowledge.

Photo of AshlixTee
3.89/5  rDev -8.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.75 | selection: 5 | food: 3

They were the first place I could get Kentucky Bourbon Ale on tap. That's what sold me. Rejoice! It is a v-e-r-y loud place. If you're one of those people that don't like loud noises and screaming to talk to your friends/people at your table, I wouldn't go here. Also, the place has like a reddish/amber hue to it, kind of like being under a heat lamp and the added neon signs on top of that advertising the beer companies can be off-putting. So if you have sensitive eyes, again, maybe another place is for you. But, if you're like me, you think the hue change adds "character" to the place. I've never had a bad time here. It seems it is THE place to go for the under 35 crowd. Our server interacted with us fine with every visit. It's not an expensive place at all. It reminds me of a dignified dive bar. Like calling it a dive bar is so demeaning, but it's not exactly a 5 Star grill...so don't expect to eat anything other than bar food (which my friends and I liked).

Photo of smcolw
4.18/5  rDev -1.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.75

Here's an update from a review I made many years ago.

The selection remains superior. I found several untasted beers on tap. The service was far more attentive. The food far more enjoyable.

It seems that things have improved considerably since the last time I came.

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I went on a Saturday late afternoon with the family. The beer list is the best in Boston with 110 taps and over 300 different bottles. We were seated in the front section which turned out to be very noisy. I enjoyed the beer paraphenelia on the walls.

All four of us enjoyed an early dinner. The wings, onion soup and ribs were very good (although they were supposed to be baby backs rather than spares). It took some time to get the food. Our server also took off before the entrees came--the result was the tasting of only two beers during a two hour meal.

OK, perhaps it was a bad day (which is why I loathe to rate service) but I'm not inclined to return with the fam. Perhaps I'd go back if I were with my buds loading up on suds--I do not know of a more complete beer bar!

Photo of HattedClassic
4.36/5  rDev +2.6%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 5 | food: 2

Atmosphere
Depending on when you come in, the restaurant will be loud or quite but still bearable either way. the restaurant is pretty dark and the lighting is fairly low but it gives it that nice dive bar feel. The decorations are advertisements for old breweries and pretty interesting.

Quality
An interesting restaurant and fairly good quality.

Service
Superb. The staff was friendly and attentive as they were inked (very). Overall, they were great people.

Selection
300+ beers from around the world. The Tap has some of the more common beers and well-known breweries such as Lagunitas, Stone, etc.

Food
Come for the beer, stay for the beer. Skip the food if you can. Personally, I found the food a little too greasy for my taste and wasn't really anything to write home about.

Value
If you stick to beer, then the price is worth the extensive selection but skip the food unless you're really desperate and hungry.

Photo of HawkIPA
3.85/5  rDev -9.4%
vibe: 2.25 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 5 | food: 2.75

Sunset has an outstanding selection of beers. The tap list is enormous, well chosen, and often offers exciting beers. The bottle list is very extensive. One thing that's clear about Sunset--you're guaranteed to find many outstanding beers here in all styles.

Everything else about Sunset misses the mark for me though. The atmosphere is reminiscent of a sports bar, and the food is forgettable. My advice on Sunset is to go if you know they're tapping something awesome, but if you want good food and a nice atmosphere with your beer, there are better options.

Photo of Davepoolesque
4.24/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3.75 | selection: 5 | food: 3.75

Beer selection is second to none here. I find the prices to be a bit on the high side, but I usually do most of my drinking at home. Food and servers are both pretty good, but inconsistent. The only real criticism I have is I just never know how old some of their beer selections are, like IPAs.

Photo of dbrauneis
4.48/5  rDev +5.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.25

The place was pretty laid back on a Saturday afternoon and we sat at one of the bars. Decor had a lot of breweriana. If I lived in the area, this would be a place I visited regularly.

Beers were very well poured in appropriate glassware and at the proper temperature.

The bartender was awesome, offering some helpful suggestions to the people in our party that were unsure of what they wanted as well as offering samples of draft beers that were under consideration. She was very attentive and even provided some backstory on a couple of the local beers.

The selection at this place was great - 112 taps and 350+ bottles and tons of great stuff that you are unlikely to find at other places. I found several beers that I had been wanting to try - I actually had a hard time making choices. Tons of different styles.

Food was really good - had some appetizer special for Cinco de Mayo weekend and had some really enjoyable deep fried fresh jalapeño slices with shrimp. I enjoyed all of the foods we tried.

Prices are very reasonable here.

Overall, this was my favorite place that I visited on my trip to Boston - I could have been happy just stopping in here.

Photo of shigg85
4.33/5  rDev +1.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Great selection of beer on tap and in bottles (perhaps one of the biggest regular selections i've ever seen). Parking out on the street is tough, but hey, it's Boston -- what did you expect?! Service is decent although the servers can be lazy and inattentive sometimes, standing around just chatting with each other instead of focusing on the customers. A nice big place with lots of seating around. One of my go-to places in Boston for great beer and awesome bar food (especially the Mexican-style grub).

Photo of BigOldOaf
4.49/5  rDev +5.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.25

I've been living in the Boston area for six months now, and ever since November I've been going to Sunset to grab a fresh beer at least every couple weeks. The beer list is very extensive, covering many styles and variations from different brewers. I always find myself laboring over what to drink because there are so many great options. The food is very tasty and fairly priced. I would suggest grabbing a burger; both the turkey meat and ground beef are equally enjoyable. The Santa Fe and Buffalo toppings are both excellent choices. I've also ordered a pulled pork sandwich, duck quesadilla, chicken club, portabello sandwich, and a brat, and have never been disappointed. The bartenders always make good suggestions and are willing to pour relatively generous samples at your request. They always have good music playing, it never gets obscenely crowded, and the beer-centric decor makes for a very warm atmosphere. Overall, a very enjoyable establishment with a lot to offer.

Photo of DerekMorgan
4.45/5  rDev +4.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

I've lived in Allston/Brighton for 6 years now and Sunset has been a staple of my beer experience near home. The selection is unmatched in the area simply by the number of beers available plus they rotate very quickly so they are always fresh. If you sit at the bar the managers and bartenders are excellent at helping you decide on a beer off their extensive menu and most of the wait staff is decent but I recommend sitting at the bar. It really isn't their fault especially if they're new because there are 300+ bottles and 100+ taps so it isn't easy to remember them all. The food is always good, I like something light when I'm trying new beers so the chips/salsa/guacamole appetizer is great to break up the drinking and cleanse the palate - the mango salsa is excellent. If you're looking for something heavier I suggest the ranch fried chicken sandwich or for the vegetarian the veggie quesadilla. Whether you're going for a few beers of dinner and drinks this place definitely has what you're looking for. Really the only downfall is that it takes so long to decide which beer you want from the 400+ on the list.

Photo of Birradonna
3.6/5  rDev -15.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2 | selection: 5 | food: 4

This is my must stop when I go to Boston because of their huge beer selection on tap. I mostly like having their flight selection (choice of 4 glasses of 4 oz) to try the most of their beers possible. Everytime I go, I must have their Subatomic Wings. They're so good and a bit spicy.
For beer collectioners, this place is great because it has many beer collectibles all over their walls. What I do reproach is the knowledge of the staff, there seems to be no beer connoisseurs in the restaurant (at least from the last 4 different visits I had). They seem to be confused and often mix up the flight selection you order, especially if you're a party of 4 or more. Also, the restaurant having a huge variety of taps, I am not sure how often their tap lines are cleaned, because some of the beers don't have the same taste or freshness.
I think, the beer selection rotates a lot. A very nice place to try out different beers.

Photo of GarthDanielson
4.3/5  rDev +1.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

I had been wanting to visit this place for a while. I saw a clip about their nachos on Phantom Gourmet, and I was sold. The parking is a nightmare, but once you get past that it's all good. Plenty of seating throughout the establishment, and the atmosphere was great. We were there on a Saturday afternoon, and the place was probably about 80% full. Plenty of sports on the televisions hung throughout, and a ton of beer paraphernalia throughout covering the walls of the dining areas, hallways, bathrooms, and even the street frontage. Old taps, serving trays, beer signs, coasters, and just about everything else you can imagine. The draught list was at least 40+, and the bottle list took pages to list...easily over 150+. There are cask offerings, they do taster flights, and they put together promotional packages on the beers based on country of origin, style, etc. The food was great, and it comes out fast, so you can make this a quick trip for a meal, or, with all of the beer choices, you can hang out all day. Prices were reasonable, and I am already looking forward to a return trip. A must visit if you are in the greater Boston metro for any length of time.

Photo of RockAZ
4.45/5  rDev +4.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3

Boston is one of the places I fly to on business at least once a year for a week or more, and have had the real pleasure to be there over 6 weeks one time and this bar is everything I would want in my local bar. So a few times it was obvious that a zillion other people felt the same way and tried to pack themselves in there at the same time I did. How the wait staff manage these nights is beyond me, I am not in the industry, but I have to give my respect to every server I met there on the front of the battle lines.

Since I am from the Southwest, there are an amazing amount of beers on tap that are just not available here and I feel like I am in the Beer-land of my dreams. So many strange names, familiar recipes but exotic breweries and special one-offs to choose from. A wooden barrel firkin set on the countertop from DogfishHead really made my night.

Last time I was there I could no longer make a beer order from the pool table room, it seemed confusing and complicated at the time - probably was the time of day or something, or maybe they lost their arrangement with those guys but that was another perk I enjoyed since I love to play pool with strangers.

As others have said, when someone orders a macro-brew in a 40ouncer, some amusement is evident to the whole bar. One time the server announced a "keg-buster" special, that only pitchers would be served from a particular keg that had been tapped long enough, at a special price with the bonus of free beer to the table that ordered the pitcher that blew the keg. Anyway, that was the way I remember it; our table did not win. And that to me seems like a fun way to create excitement and to deal with the turnover on so many taps.

Photo of BobCobb
3.7/5  rDev -12.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I have been a regular customer here for the past 2-3 years, stopping in most recently last week. It was on the later side for a Monday evening, so not very crowded. As others have said, it can get pretty jammed during peak times, but it still offers a decent atmosphere, and the crowd is generally tolerable, which is all I need when coming for good beer.

The food has generally been solid and reasonably priced for the heaping portions. I have had everything from wings to pizza to burgers and have always been pleased with it. Unless you are some gourmand, it will get the job done well.

Mixed feelings on the service. I generally prefer sitting at the bar, having found the bartenders to be friendly and knowledgeable. A few times, one of them has disappeared for 10+ minutes while I'm waiting for a beer, but usually during crowded times, and another bartender will step in if needed. I have had mediocre to very negative experiences with waitresses at tables. On the most recent visit, I got there and waited at least 15-20 minutes for the waitress to come for beer orders. As mentioned above, very sparse crowds at 11PM on a Monday. To boot, she was genuinely unfriendly - no introduction, smile, etc. just annoyed that she had to serve us. Now, she may have been a trainee, as she was being tailed by another waitress with a "beer police" shirt and a cemented sneer on her face as well. If she was, I can forgive the slowness. The impolite and negative attitude, not as much. My worst experience there in terms of service - hope it is not representative of changes in hiring.

Not much new to say on the beer selection - it is very solid, though I would like to see more turnover / new additions to the strong ales on draft. During my visit, I had bourbon barrel Angel's Share and Founders Breakfast Stout. Prices are at the upper end of reasonable, particularly in the strong ales (getting up to 8.99 and 9.99 for many - same with several DFH brews), though you can find some nice deals (e.g. Old Ruffian draft for 5.99). I do wish they would update their beer menu a bit more often - example, 8/28 is still up as of 9/8. Several beers were out when we visited last week, but given the ones I had, there still remain some great options.

Overall, we're all pretty spoiled to have a place like this nearby in terms of selection, but I will likely start visiting only when a new good draft catches my eye. Still recommend it as a place to go for visitors or those who have not been.

Photo of wingman14
4.64/5  rDev +9.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

This place has a large bar in both rooms and seating up stairs and down stairs. I sat at the bar and noticed the bottles of beer lining the wall, and the taps that took up the entire back wall of the bar. I was handed a 12 page booklet of beer that I could order (350 bottles, 112 taps). I have never seen such a selection, from local, to world wide an impressive offering of beers. I stuck with the beers on tap, and had some beers that I were only sold locally. The bartender I had knew his beer and breweries, was very helpful and friendly, and recommended some great beers. You can sample anything on tap to try before you buy. They have some TVs to watch sports, a nice atmosphere, good space. I didn't have any food so can't say either way. Overall a very relaxed place with tons of beer, a would go out of my way to stop here just because of the selection. Worth checking out

Photo of Larrydoherty
3.25/5  rDev -23.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

The Sunset Grill & Tap near Boston University has one of the best beer menus in all of Boston.

The Sunset Grill is one of the original Boston restaurants to offer a large beer selection. There rotating menu makes them a great place to visit time and time again. Be sure to look out for their monthly beer specials.

The food ranges from average to above average.

My biggest complaint with Sunset is I have on a few occasions had what I would consider to be unacceptable service. Long waits for drinks, entrees being served before apps, disappearing waitresses when all you want is the bill.

Despite the service, Sunset is still a place I try to get to a few times a year.

Photo of freeboson
2.13/5  rDev -49.9%
vibe: 1 | quality: 1 | service: 2 | selection: 4.5 | food: 1

This place is terrible. Some of the worst generic "Mexican" food offerings around can be found here. The service is absent-minded at best. Yes, they have 400 different beers on tap or in bottles here, but who can withstand the ridiculous atmosphere here? This sprawling bar is packed with 21 year old college students who are trying to show off about their beer aptitude as if it matters to someone. It's sort of typical place of the climate in Allston, but ironically there is another bar in the area known for great beer that also has great food and service if you'd believe it!

Photo of BostonHops
4.4/5  rDev +3.5%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 3.75

IMO, and selection-wise, the holy grail of beer bars for anyone in the boston area (hell, maybe the entire northeast) and one of my staples. somewhere north of 110 taps and 300 bottles, what more can you say? hands down the best selection i've come across (and i'm lucky enough to live 10 mins away). can't understand anyone scoring the 'selection' category anything less than 4.5.

local, regional, and notable national breweries are well represented, along with a solid lineup of belgians. founders, jack's abby, pretty things, allagash, lagunitas, southern tier, dogfish head, brooklyn, green flash, bear republic, oskar blues, lost abbey, stone, the bruery, victory, goose island, great divide, rapscallion, smuttynose, weyerbacher, etc., etc, etc. (and not just the flagship stuff but many one-offs and hard-to-find brews as well)... and that's just on tap. extensive bottle list with a broad range of imports, including the trappistes being well-represented. the atmosphere is fine, nothing to write home about (personally i prefer deep ellum a couple blocks away) but i'm not going for the ambiance. crowd factor can be an issue especially if frequenting on a friday or saturday night, and trends younger, if age demographic is an issue.

i've found the bartenders and servers to be mostly well-educated (beer-speaking), willing to offer both knowledge and gratis samples. the food is good - surprisingly tasty fare assuming it's measured against bar food - but again, not the reason you go to sunset. my only gripe (aside from the college kid on the other end of the bar drinking his bud lite) would be occasionally finding a brew i'm excited to try being tapped (or poor tap lines), which in fairness is bound to happen with that many options. every so often you'll hear a story about a bad bartender, unclean tap lines, and/or poor service (usually having roots in a packed saturday night) but i go often enough to state that this is atypical, and worth putting up with for the equally atypical selection. would recommend a flight: four 4 oz offerings from a particular style.

to anyone visiting boston, sunset is in the allston neighborhood of the city, but well worth the trip... a 5 minute walk from the harvard ave B line (green line) stop, also directly on the 57 bus line, which you can catch from kenmore sq. cheers!

originally reviewed on: 06-13-2010

Photo of Bonzopookie
4.38/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

This is my first Beer Advocate review, so I have decided to write about a place that is so near and dear to my heart. I have frequented Sunset Grill & Tap several times during the past six years of living in Boston, and I am never disappointed when I come here.

The place can get rather busy at times, especially on weekend nights. However, any establishment located in the hub, with an exceptional beer and food menu, will tend to experience such crowds. In my opinion, this place offers beer geeks, the best selection in town.

I particularly enjoy the atmosphere at Sunset. The bottle collection and beer trays alone, are worth the visit here. The staff can be hit or miss (even when it isn't busy), but I never experienced any rudeness, rather than some occasional aloofness/wait time when trying to place an order. Overall though, the staff is still usually very helpful, friendly, knowledgeable, and willing to serve samples (more on that later).

The beer menu is obviously impressive. Sunset offers 112 taps, and a huge assortment of bottles, meads, and ciders. Speaking of mead, I tried my first mead ever here (Polish Jadwiga). This mead normally retails for about $50 per 750 ml bottle. On one particular occasion, the bartender let me try a generous sized sample for free. I haven't been that excited, since the day I first tried a Rochefort 10, many moons ago.

The beers are almost always served in the proper glassware. Once in awhile (especially after a busy weekend), Sunset tends to run out of certain beers on the menu. But, hey, it happens. Also of note, some of the beer prices might possibly alarm certain visitors. But overall, I think the value is well worth the cost (especially for Boston).

I have tried numerous food items on the menu. It is typical pub fare in my opinion, although the menu is quite extensive. My favorites have been the mini-burgers, burritos, and melts. And if you ever see the Lobster Quesadilla on the specials menu - do yourself a favor and get it. I had a very generous portion of lobster meat (at least a pound). The portions are always generous.

The beer, the food, and the atmosphere at Sunset Grill make this a destination for anybody coming to Boston. I wish I was there right now!

Photo of Hopdaemon39
4.45/5  rDev +4.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Visited Sunset for the first time on a Saturday night around 8- it was very crowded as was to be expected. There are bottles of beer on shelves all over the walls and a lot of other beer posters, neon lights, etc. I had a Southern Tier 2x Cream Stout from a cask while I was waiting for a table- it was well preserved and tasted delicious. They have an ENORMOUS selection- their 112 taps (yes, 112) rotate pretty frequently. The draft menu is on the back cover of the beer menu and has more than enough beers to keep you interested throughout a given night. I also had Bear Republic Racer 5 on tap and DFH 120 Minute IPA on tap- both were well preserved and served in appropriate glassware. I had a burger with some cajun fries that was great; however my friend got a Cuban Reuben sandwich that she said was disgusting. Their menu is extensive- think carefully before you order something that doesn't seem like pub food.

I will definitely be coming back many more times- very reasonably priced, friendly and knowledgeable staff (my waitress was an expert homebrewer), and a selection that cannot be beaten.

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Sunset Grill & Tap in Allston, MA
94 out of 100 based on 303 ratings.