Union Oyster House | Boston, Massachusetts
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Union Oyster House
Exceptional based on 3 ratings
Type: Restaurant

41 Union St
Boston, Massachusetts United States 02108 [ print map ]
617 227 2750


Hours: Su-th 11a-9.30, f-sa 11a-10p, Bar to midnight

Mayor: rondphoto (1) | Taps: 8 | Bottles: 6

Union Oyster House

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Beer Available At Union Oyster House (arranged by most recent)
Samuel Adams Boston Brick Red 56
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3 reviews for Union Oyster House
 Ambiance  100%
 Service  57%
 Selection  40%
 Food  87%
 Value  53%
 Overall  63%
 Rating  67%

  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 4/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE 5/10   OVERALL 12/20
rondphoto  (77) Lakeside Park, Kentucky | June 27, 2013
History and ambiance rule here, along with a decent selection of good seafood. Service was average, beer list is typical and modest, bill is surprisingly $$$ (but very good fare). Worth a stop.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 5/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 14/20
UDBeernut  (103) Near Buffalo, New York | February 29, 2012| Updated March 4, 2012
Visited the UOH during my trip to the ABCF, I am surprised to find this place on Beeradvocate, but i will review none the less. Located near market/seaport area in Boston, The UOH is supposidly the oldest resturant in America and a favorite of JFK. The UOH has a small bar on the main floor with seating areas on 3 levels. Booths where private and gave a good intimate feel, may be a good place to woo a love interest. Food is mostly seafood. We were served by a crabby waitress (excuss the pun), but she was prompt and not over bearing. Food was served fairly quick and was good, definalty not worth the prices they charged though. Beer selection was mostly Sam Adams and Harpoon. Nothing you could not find in any other bar in Boston. Beer was served in a frosted glass. :( Overall, kind of a tourist trap... but not a terrible place to visit if decent seafood is on the to do list while visiting boston.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 3/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 5/10   OVERALL 12/20
drpimento  (146) La Crosse, Wisconsin | June 21, 2010
America’s oldest resto according to the plaque. Lots of differernt old rooms with different menus in each. They have the major usual beers on draft in Boston plus Boston Beer’s Colonial Ale which is pretty tasty stuff. It’s located on the Freedom Trail which is well marked and easy to follow on foot. They also have their own home cooked baked beans. And they go quite well with the Colonial Ale!

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