Hard Rock Cafe, Boston

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    Hard Rock Cafe Boston
    by mttirrell
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    by kumachan200x
  • Boston Hard Rock Cafe
    Boston Hard Rock Cafe
    by mttirrell
  • Hard Rock Cafe: This place sucks

    by franciscoa666 Written Sep 21, 2011

    So, I played a show with my band the last monday there and I can say this plays sucks big time !!!. The people who work at this place are a bunch of arrogants starting with the manager. The security personal are very disrepecful and they don t listen to any reason. They basically kicked me out of the place even all the equpiment of my band was inside of the venue. I talked with the manager but he was another agressive and violent person. I don t know how this place could be considered as a touristic place, if they don t know how to treat people, they know how to threat people for my experience. I don t want to come back again , they don t have respect with musicians, bands or customers, plus the food sucks and is expensive. There is no diference from Mc Donalds or Burguer King. They really suck.

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    Hard Rock Cafe: Hard Rock Cafe BOSTON

    by kumachan200x Written Dec 31, 2003

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    As close to the Old World as the New World gets, Beantown proudly trades on a colonial past and proud heritage playing an unparalleled part in America's development. From wayward pilgrims to Revolutionary War rioters to modern day questing academics, Boston has always possessed a lively group of young-spirited inhabitants. For decades the city has also supported one of the most vibrant local music scenes in the U.S., spawning "Aerosmith," "Boston," "The Cars," "Aimee Mann," "Morphine," and "The Mighty Mighty Bosstones."

    With all this history it's only fitting that the Hard Rock Cafe Boston is a virtual cathedral of rock 'n' roll, complete with a huge stained-glass window featuring Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Our Boston Cafe is a veritable library of great tunes, where dedicated students of rock 'n' roll can come to learn it all.

    Easy to find, too, despite Boston's infamous dead-end roads and rotaries. Centrally located in Copley Square and accessible by T, Hard Rock Cafe Boston is the very same place where Paul Revere once tied his horse! Historians have since determined that if the Hard Rock Cafe Boston had existed in Revere's Day, no one would have bothered to fight. They'd have sat back, grabbed a brewski and enjoyed the show. "Love all, serve all," that's our motto, and it's in full force at the Hard Rock Cafe Boston. (*not just for pilgrims- we gladly welcome one and all.)

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  • Hard Rock Cafe Boston: HRC

    by mttirrell Written Aug 4, 2003

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    Boston Hard Rock Cafe

    With all this history it's only fitting that the Hard Rock Cafe Boston is a virtual cathedral of rock 'n' roll, complete with a huge stained-glass window featuring Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Our Boston Cafe is a veritable library of great tunes, where dedicated students of rock 'n' roll can come to learn it all.

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