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Neighborhood Knockouts: Hidden Gems in Boston that Will Blow You Away
“...Navy Yard Bistro has a dynamic menu that changes with the seasons, offering French cuisine with an international twist...”.
Best of Boston 2011
Neighborhood Eats, Charlestown
“...The buttermilk-fried oysters are some of the tastiest in town; the spice-rubbed pork chop with grits is pure comfort...”.
2011 Zagat Rating "Excellent".
The “secluded” Charlestown Navy Yard is the “unlikely setting” of this “intimate”, “atmospheric” “treasure” where “incredibly good prices” are charged for both the “excellent” New American fare and the “good wines”; the staff adds to the “friendly neighborhood atmosphere” inside and out where there are a “few tables” for “when the weather is nice”
2010 Wine Spectator 'Award of Excellence'
August 2010 - Awarded Best Charlestown Neighborhood Restaurant by the Improper Bostonian
“This gem of a bistro is casual without being a pub, offering a fine group of wines by the glass, more than a few half-bottles, and great sipping beers...”
2009-2010 Zagat Rating of "Excellent"
2/26/09 - Charlestown Bridge - by Dan Murphy
Navy Yard Bistro owner finds unlikely road to success.
January 2009 - Check out our 4 1/2 star rating on Yelp.Com
“All around superb. Excellent service, great wine list, cozy neighborhood restaurant feel, a great meal.”
Holiday Staff Party - December 2008
Owner John Moore and the staff cheer on the Bruins, while our Manager Ed's daughters, Gracie and Harper, had enough hockey time and
dozed off during overtime.
8/22/07 - WHDH-TV Channel 7 Boston "The Dish"
“Salmon's a popular item on restaurant menus, but sometimes it's tough to make it stand out. They did at the Navy Yard Bistro in Charlestown. It's a customer favorite.”
Click here to see the recipe for Ginger-sake grilled salmon.
Holiday Staff Party - December 2006
Owner John Moore and the staff enjoy themselves at the Cigar Bar after Dinner at Lucca in the North End.
2007-2008 Zagat Rating of "Excellent"
“Tucked away in the Navy Yard”, this “casual” Charlestown bistro may be “tough to locate”, but regulars suggest you “give it a try”; “small yet extremely inviting”, at once “classy” and “homey”, it’s staffed by “charmers” who “remember your name” as they dispatch New American fare that, at its best, is “as good as it gets without emptying your wallet.”
Courageous Sailing College Bowl Sailing Race Benefit - May 27, 2006
Owner John Moore cooked a 4 course wine paired dinner for his Charlestown friends to raise $500 for the Courageous Sailing College Bowl Sailing Race.
2005-2006 Zagat Rating of "Excellent"
"It's about time" the Charlestown Navy Yard housed a bistro, say area workers about this "much-needed" "find" for New American
plates that get "an A for effort" on the part of the "accessible and affable" chef and "accommodating" owner - who also establish
a "relaxed atmosphere" in keeping with the breezy interior.
"...the Bistro, with its open kitchen, seasonal outdoor dining options, extensive wine list and fine,
innovative cuisine, has developed a loyal following among Charlestown natives and visitors alike."
Boston Magazine. June 2005. By Annie B. Copps
"Charlestown's historic Navy Yard serves up more than just history. It's finally got good food...The bistro offers
recognizable favorites...alongside more exotic preparations...thoughtfully prepared with well-balanced flavors...Service is
casual and friendly...So snag a table outside on a warm summer night for a treat with a price that won't rock the boat."
Literary evening benefits Charlestown Boys & Girls Club - May 23, 2005
Owner John Moore (right) is shown with Chuck Hogan, author of the novel "Prince of Thieves", at a benefit that raised $545 for the clubs.
TV Diner with Billy Costa - October 2, 2004
Click here to listen to Billy Costa interview Navy Yard Bistro owner John Moore for the Great Guests segment of TV Diner.
To read more reviews and articles, click on the links below:
ChefMoz Dining Guide
Stuff at Night