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Tremont 647 & Sister Sorel

100% love it
Neighborhood sister restaurants
Tremont 647 & Sister Sorel offer adventurous American cuisine. Only open for dinner and brunch, the menu offers a variety of American classics. Saturday and Sunday brunches are known as "Pajama Brunch" in the gay 'hood.


    • empire1guy
      empire1guy Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great food, nice patio
      We enjoyed this restaurant very much. It is quite intimate, but the food was great. We dined on the patio along Tremont Street which is about as much the heart of the gay hood as you can get in Boston. We had sliders, the cheese filed tater tots were yummy and so was the grilled asparagus. Our main courses were scallops and a spit roasted chic hen. Both were delicious. This seems more of a neighborhood place and after dining here I can see why people keep coming back.

    • BosGuy
      BosGuy Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great place to meet up w/ friends
      These two eateries share a common kitchen and are essentially the same place, but you can't go wrong whichever side you are on. Recently they have started $2 Taco Tuesdays which gets quite a crowd, but generally speaking its busiest Thursdays - Saturday nights.

    • jtimberlake
      jtimberlake Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Oh the fun
      The boys have made Sister Sorel the new place to hang with friends and be merry in the South End. The bar is small and the crowd is fun. Bartender Chris pours stellar drinks on Sunday nights!

    • emporium
      emporium Over a year ago
      Loves it

      But don't eat.
      Great space crowd,well dresses just like the rest of boston. Drinks fab...service well don,t order the ribs....and reason we went back was for the Mac & Lobster, which once we waited for an hour. was told then It was only on the menu in the summer....Take it out of the front window then. Not sure it would of been that good anyway.

    • jtimberlake1
      jtimberlake1 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      bartenders at Sister Sorrel keep crowds happy
      Sunday nights at Sister Sorel are happy and fun and mixed (i.e. not pretentious) at the bar Sister Sorrel where you can sip drinks and / or order from their awesome menu. Many just off the ferry from Provincetown stop here to ease into their Sunday night. My favorite dish :Lobster Mac & Cheeze! My favorite drink: the Tang Martini

    • citytim
      citytim Over a year ago
      Loves it

      A locals favorite
      Tremont 647 and neighboring Sister Sorel share a menu,staff and lots of customers. South Enders love this place. It's primarily gay operated and there are always lots of gays dining or drinking there. With 2 bars and 2 different atmospheres, the wonderfull freindly staff and friendly patrons makes this my favorite Boston place. Weather you are a foodie or just looking for a gay bar to have a few cocktails at this place is the best. The food is "adventurous american" full of life, and a flavor explosion for your mouth! The menu changes seasonaly. The drinks are to die for, like the Rasberry Gimlet or the Tremont Tang (just like when you were a kid Tang!) Several House infused fruit flavored liqours, like the house infused raspberry vodka. They let the vodka and the raspberrys comingle for 30 days, strain out the fruit and you left with the best berry flavored vodka ever! This place is never advertised with the traditional 'gay press' you have to really be a local to find it, but now you can too!