Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen review image

Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen

Perfect For:Big Groups


190 North Beacon St, Boston
View WebsiteEarn 3X Points


open table

Unlike most breweries in Boston, Brato has a full menu. That’s a good thing, because it doesn’t have a lot of beers, and the ones it has aren’t particularly noteworthy. If you live in Brighton and are looking for a comfortable place where you can hang out with a big group of friends and eat some decent Nashville hot chicken wings, then this is your place. But it isn’t worth trekking across the city for unless you’re a brewery completist.

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