Boscos Restaurant & Brewing Co.
Ratings: 36 | Reviews: 32 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by BeerandBlues2:
4/5 rDev +4.2%
The location for this establishment is great walking community with ample parking around in assorted lots. The restaurant is very open with huge ceilings and a view of the brewing works. Slightly upscale atmosphere with a casual feel to it. They had eight differnt brews on tap when I visited, all of them Boscos', and they were delightful. The selection changes every two months or so for three to four of the brews and you can also purchase bottle conditioned ales. If the waitress is nice she will let you take them home to enjoy later despite the restaurant saying you cannot. The food is great with a well rounded selection. A must stop when in Nashville. This location is much better than the Memphis location; it is too cramped.
05-26-2005 17:50:48 | More by BeerandBlues2
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4.16/5 rDev +8.3%
For the best beer and food combination Boscos is the place in Nashville. They do an excellent job for brewery food and their beers are better than most micro breweries in Nashville. Serves one of the only fresh hopped beer in the area. Should be a standard for any beer aficionado Well done Boscos... well done.
07-09-2013 02:21:26 | More by battarup
4.15/5 rDev +8.1%
Craft microbrewery, so a bit more pricey than some other options; however, you get what you pay for. Great beer, great service, and their food flies under the radar. Convenient Hillsboro (Nashville) location. Cozy setting, big tables near the rear for mid- to large-sized dining groups, smaller tables up near the bar.
01-21-2013 01:29:41 | More by ryrad23
3.18/5 rDev -17.2%
This place is a chain (the other locations are in Little Rock, Memphis, and another somewhere near Nashville, I think), and as such doesn't have much of a character of its own, in my opinion. The food is the real draw, if any, as there are some relatively tasty options on the menu (though, at the same time, there are some overpriced and otherwise disappointing options, too -- I'm looking at you, fish sandwich).
The service might be the low point. My experience at the bar showed a clear divide -- there are regulars, and then there's everyone else. The bartender didn't have any beer knowledge anyway (described the flaming stone beer as "sorta like an IPA"), but it still would have been nice to be able to get a beer between his long conversations with some of the other patrons.
As for the beers, nothing is going to blow you away, IMO.
11-28-2011 22:45:28 | More by akinsja
3.1/5 rDev -19.3%
A - Its nice rectangular shaped room with a bar as you walk in on the right with a small bar-seating area. The rest of the brew-pub is seating for dinning. Decor is nice but very forced. You can see the brewery on the far side of the establishment through a small window. Not my favorite place but went mostly for the company.
Q - Pretty average. Limited numbers of brews that were pretty standard, APA, IPA, Pilsner, etc.
S - Our waiter knew very little about the brews and seemed either to be new or tiered of serving patrons. This might have been because we came in after the lunch rush, but still.
F - Food was a bit better. I had a very good Pollo Diablo pizza that was tasty and spicy.
Overall the place is a chain and offers something different to Macros but not the best.
01-03-2010 00:15:08 | More by JoEBoBpr
3.26/5 rDev -15.1%
A very clean and nice interior, but still a chain brewpub.
It wasn't really packed on a saturday, so we had a chance to check everything out. They had plenty of beers on the sampler, but there wasn't anything that really stuck out. It seemed like they had found their recipes and were sticking with them.
The service was average. They didn't pay too much attention to us even though there weren't that many people in bar area.
The parking was pretty tight in the back of the building and we felt that there were better brewpubs to give our money.
08-21-2009 02:58:25 | More by BeerNuggets
Boscos Restaurant & Brewing Co. in Nashville, TN
87 out of 100 based on 36 ratings.