Sibling Rivalry

75% love it
GayCities Members report that Sibling Rivalry has closed
Watch your meal in the making in the gay 'hood
Sibling Rivalry combines classic cooking with Modern American cuisine. The Chef's Bar allows patrons to view the hustle and bustle of the kitchen while dining on what it produces. A creative cocktail list and extensive wine selection are at top of the list of reasons to visit this posh Boston dining hot spot.
  • 525 Tremont St
    Boston, MA 02116
    Near: E. Berkley St.
  • South End
  • Website
  • Mon-Fri 5:30pm-Midnight
    Sat 5:00pm-Midnight
    Sun 4:00pm-Midnight
    Opens at 5:30pm
  • (617) 338-5338
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    • empire1guy
      empire1guy Over a year ago
      Hates it

      This Place is CLOSED
      Visited on June 20 and it was closed. It had been closed permanently since early April according to a sign on the door.

    • BosGuy
      BosGuy Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Sibling Rivalry a South End standard
      This restaurant is perfectly situated in the South End near several other restaurants and bars and close to the local theaters. I prefer nibbling on apps in the bar and meeting friends rather than a full-on meal, but the ongoing succcess of the restauarant is proof that the kitchen is consistently satisfying its customers. Meals w/ drink and tip will run you approximately $40-50 per person.

    • ajgotback
      ajgotback Over a year ago
      Loves it

      From the hostess to the food, i have no complaints! Very modern elegant taste! Very friendly staff, and fabulous clientele! I say give it a go and dont think twice! ;) -AJ-

      BARRYfromBOSTON Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Great Concept, Not Great Follow-Thru
      I couldn't wait to try Sibling Rivalry, with their Iron Chef concept... the "theme" ingredient is in the middle of the page, with what each chef did with it on one side or the other. Apps were in red, entrees in black (possibly visa versa, but you get the idea). The menu read like a foodie's dream. But, in all cases, even with the mains, there was just not much to eat on the plate. I'm all for an attractively sauced plate and artful presentation, but after dinner, about an hour later, we had to go for dinner.

    • Scott
      Scott Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great concept, good food
      My partner and I had dinner here when we were in Boston last year. We were attacted by the concept (Two brothers who are chefs prepare entrees based on the same ingredients - kind like Iron Chef, but in the family). The atmosphere is great, the location too (right on Tremont in the South End) and the food was very good (although not amazing).