Bosco's is a brew house with a brick wood-fired oven, and an open floor plan with some brass and a lot of wood. The beer is made in house, as well as most of the food. I have to say, the food is always just much better than it needs to be. During the week, there is cask condition pouring at about 5:30-6:00 pm, to allow people to get to Bosco's after work. Some co-workers go there every Wednesday to get a glass of the cask beer or ale of the day, and socialize a bit and celebrate their friendship. These folks really enjoy themselves to taste someone else's beer, and energizes themselves to go home and make their own beer.
We go to Bosco's probably the most in this town for late night dinners. Bosco's has burgers, fries, wood oven pizzas, as well as salads, pastas, meat entrees and fish entrees. All the recipes and ingredients are so much better than typical bar food. I have shown my burger, which is a great burger with really good extra sharp cheddar and applewood bacon. The fries are the garlic-parm fries that I love. The cooks know how to cook a burger, and will cook it like you want. I don't get the burger too often anymore, rather I get the pear and gorgonzola salad, or the seared tuna salad, both are very good and more than enough for dinner. There is also a really good grilled fish sandwich that I like a lot too.
The pizzas are really good as wood fired oven pizzas go. They do a good job here, the crust is good, the toppings are good, and the whole package of a pizza is good. Comparing the pizzas here to the chain Bertucci's, I prefer the pizzas here.
Anyway, Bosco's has become one of our default late or quick meal place. It is easy to go to, there is parking in the back, and the food is consistent. It has turned into my hometown brew pub with food that is so much better than it needs to be.
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