Review: Cheers – Beacon Street

I used to watch the Cheers television show religiously when I was younger.  There is a mixture of nostalgia and reminiscing when I visit the restaurant/bar.  I will say that there is nothing more touristy than visiting Cheers when in Boston.  Cheers is located on Beacon Street, next to the Boston Public Garden.

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The place was packed, but I was seated within minutes.

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The waitress, however, is another story.  It took about 15 minutes for her to bring me a menu.  She would have left without taking my drink order, if I had not ordered without prompting.

I ordered chowder as a starter.  It was plated terribly.

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I also had the fish and chips, which was decent.  The waitress was nonexistent the entire meal, no refills or check ups.

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There was a large party to my right that left, so I quickly took some pictures of that seating area.

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After eating, I decided to make my way upstairs to the ‘Set Bar’.  There is a gift shop near the stairs.

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While the iconic stairs lead to the downstair restaurant, a smaller bar modeled after the one on the tv show, is upstairs.

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Final Word

After a few drinks, it was time for me to leave Cheers.  As I mentioned above, I enjoy visiting the popular destination.  I will definitely visit again when I come back to Boston.

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