It all depends why you are going there. If you are going there to 'club' it is a terrible, terrible choice. However, Who's is a great game day bar. Just wanna watch the game and don't have tickets to get on Yawkey Way? Use the back enterance.
When i went there during the week it was amazing. It was only myself and one other person. I could get my workout in without worrying who was next in line for my cage. The price is not expensive at all and really a good time all around.
I feel that this location, on Commonwealth Avenue, is a better location than the one on Boylston street. They seem to always have the things i need or sometimes things i do not need but find to be irresistable. I would reccomend this location over any other.
I actually prefer to call this chinese food restaurant China "no" but thats just my humor i guess. It really was a dissapointment. Although not terrible i would not reccomend it. The one thing however that did stick out in my mind were their peking dumplings. They were relatively good.
Liquor Land is a perfect name for this package store. It has almost everything. A great beer and wine variety as well as a supple amount of liqour. I would reccomend shopping here everytime you
I enjoyed going to this laundromat. The people workign there were very nice and the washers and dryers are very efficient. The price is comparable to everywhere else in Boston however i felt the service was a little better.
I really enjoy this best buy. I have been to many in my lifetime and this one was probably one of my favorites. They had great deals and great DVD selections. The customer service was impeccable.
I went here for Valentine's Day with my girlfriend expecting something completely different. Their website makes the restaurant out to be a very romantic restaurant. It wasn't necessarily a bad place to eat however it is not that romantic and actually the seating and the number board on the wall almost remind me of a fancy cafeteria setting.
I really enjoyed working with remax agents. They were extremely nice and did not waste my time. Where some realtors will say '"well i guess you could just use this closet as the living room" or give some ridiculous suggestion, i feel that the remax agent i dealt with really cared that i got an apartment that i really wanted.
Heath Properties is in my opinion a very subpar realty company in Boston. Living in one of their units going on a little over a year has been anything but a joy. In the winter, you begin to notice how poorly the windows are sealed due to the overwhelming cold. Between seasons, they turn off the heat too early. When it rains, the bottom floor floods and it takes them a while to respond. Also, don't plan on doing your laundry in the building because the washers don't wash and the dryers don't dry. I would not reccomend getting an apartment from this realty company in any way, shape, or form.