One of the most popular burger selections at the restaurants is the No Bull burger. This burger lives up to its name. It goes for $8 and features your choice of toppings, onion, tomato, lettuce, and is cooked to your liking. The average Nacho burger goes for $11 and features grilled onions, jalapenos, sour cream, salsa, and cheddar cheese. The True Grit burger goes for $11 and features tangy barbecue sauce, grilled onions, crispy bacon, and cheddar jack cheese. The bada bing burger is also quite delightful. It goes for $11 and features olives, pepperoncini, sweet roasted peppers, salami, and provolone.

The veggie burger goes for $8 and comes with a topping of your choice. It features spices, chickpeas, roasted vegetables, roasted beets, quinoa, homemade veggie patty, and comes with fries. The Black and Blue burger goes for $10 and features chunky blue cheese, bacon, crumbled blue cheese, and cajun spice. The North Ender goes for $11 and features fresh basil, salami, marinara sauce, and fresh mozzarella. The Achilles meal burger goes for $10 and features pepperoncini, feta cheese, and kalamata olives. The buffalo bill burger goes for $11 and features chunky blue cheese dressing, bacon, grilled onions, swiss, cheese, and medium-heat buffalo sauce.

Side dishes include rice, mashed potatoes, house salad, fries, fresh vegetables, side caesar, side green salad, tots, and coleslaw. Wings or tenders are available for $11 and feature chunky blue cheese dressing, carrot sticks, celery, and 1 Lb. of tenders or wings. This selection comes with an option of either fire, maple sriracha, Thai chili, BBQ, sriracha, golden BBQ, jerk, or buffalo sauce.

In addition to their wide selection of mouth-watering dishes and drinks, Bull McCabe’s is also known for its excellent hospitality (much like First National). The staff is very friendly and always welcomes you with a smile. The chef ensures that you get the best possible meal, while the people serving you do so with a warm smile. The staff is also quite knowledgeable about the menu and are ready to answer any questions you might have. If it’s your first time at Bull McCabe’s and are not sure about what to have for dinner, Bull’s hospitable staff can help you choose something for the evening based on your preference.

You will be hard-pressed to find any place like Bull McCabe’s left in the Boston Metro area. Great food! Great drinks! Great service! It is the perfect place to relax for a drink before 6 pm or 7 pm if you are a drinking enthusiast like yours truly. If it’s music or the great entertainment offered by Bull McCabe’s that you’re looking for, you might want to wait until later on when the live reggae music starts.…


Bull McCabe’s salad selection is not very extensive. It includes the big salad, the house salad, the traditional Greek salad, and the Caprese salad. You have the option of adding either grilled chicken breast for an extra cost of $4 or marinated steak tips for an extra $5.

The big salad goes for $11 and features red peppers, red onions, English cucumbers, baby carrots, tomatoes, field greens, and your choice of homemade dressing. The house salad goes for $8 and features pepperoncini, red onion, peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, and baby green salad.

The traditional Greek salad goes for $9 and features classic Greek dressing, fresh garden vegetables, pepperoncini, kalamata olives, feta cheese, and baby greens. The Caprese salad also goes for $9 and features baby greens, balsamic vinaigrette, basil, tomato, and fresh mozzarella.


Bull McCabe’s offers over half a dozen entries including, lump crab meat mac n cheese, marinated sirloin tips, the catch of the day, linguine with white clam sauce, BBQ baby back ribs, fish and chips, bangers and mash, and linguine Pomodoro.

The lump crab meat mac and cheese goes for $13 and features a side salad and delicious homemade crab meat mac n cheese in a casserole. Marinated sirloin tips go for $14 and feature your choice of two sides and marinated black Angus sirloin tips. The catch of the day may vary depending on which day you visit Bull McCabe’s. The linguine with white clam sauce goes for $13 and features linguine, herbs, white wine, extra virgin olive oil, and garlic sauteed chopped clams.

The BBQ baby back ribs go for $13 and feature two sides, barbecue sauce, and delicious baby back ribs which have been slow-cooked and basted. Fish and chips are available for $14 and feature homemade coleslaw, tartar sauce, fresh cod, and traditional beer-battered fish and chips. The bangers and mash go for $11 and features baked beans, mashed potatoes, and Irish sausages. The linguine Pomodoro goes for $11 and features a side house salad and a Zesty and linguine marinara.

The dubplate goes for $15 and features Island Spice, roasted veggies, fried plantains, black beans, and rice. Fish and chips are available for $16 and feature fries, tartar sauce, coleslaw, and pub-style fried haddock. Marinated steak tips go for $18 and feature Bull’s 57 sauce, marinated sirloin tips, and two sides of your choice.
Sandwiches & Burgers
Bull McCabe’s offers a wide range of sandwiches to delight your palate. One of the most popular sandwiches at the restaurant is a grilled chicken sandwich. This selection goes for $9 and features Italian spices, BBQ, buffalo, with your selection of toppings and is served jerk spiced. Po Boy Du Jour Sandwich features fresh coleslaw, tomato, lettuce, sliced red onion, pickles, and housemade remoulade.

The burger selection does not disappoint either. All burgers can be made as veggie burgers and are served with a kosher pickle spear, hand-cut french fries, onion, tomato, and lettuce. extra toppings are available for $0.75 and include jalapenos, mushrooms, onions, peppers, bacon, mozzarella, cheddar, provolone, crumbled blue cheese, cheddar, and American.…

Bull McCabe’s is a small pub in Boston that resembles pubs in Galway. However, it is safe to say that most Galway pubs do not have weekly local reggae collective shows. Boasting an exclusive capacity of thirty guests, Bull McCabe’s pub features live reggae music 6 times a week. This popular, diminutive pub serves a wide selection of delicious fares from its extremely small kitchen — approximately fifty-square feet, inclusive of equipment. The professional-looking space features a spruced-up stage area, redone floors, attractive barstools, and tasteful decor.

Originally, Bull McCabe’s was known for its range of fried seafood offerings and huge burgers. The meals were always really delicious, but as is with everything Bull McCabe’s needed to evolve. So, Bull McCabe’s hired Chef Michael DeSisto to spice up and scale up the menu. Before joining Bull McCabe’s, Chef Michael DeSisto had a stint at the North End’s Daily Catch and Mccabe’s On Mass. Being a regular at Bull McCabe’s, Chef Michael DeSisto was a welcome addition to the team. Michael was also familiar with Bull McCabe’s target market and saw the potential for what the pub could do with their offerings. With his help, Bull McCabe’s has been transformed into one of the most popular neighborhood spots in the area.


Appetizers range from $5 to $10, with offerings including Parmesan fries, Reuben sliders, and vinegar potato chips with french onion dip and housemade salt. Sandwiches range from $10 to $13 and include bacon-sriracha aioli burger, spicy goat cheese atop Iggy’s rosemary focaccia, caramelized onions, and beer-braised shredded short ribs, with vegan options such as house slaw and barbecue jackfruit. The entree selection is delightful as well, with the price ranging from $16 to $20. Popular options include jasmine rice and beans, Jamaican jerk flank steak, veggie lasagna with Capone’s pasta, and gnocchi bolognese. The menu is complemented by specials and a tasteful selection of craft brews.


P.E.I mussels comprise one of the most popular appetizers at Bull McCabe’s. The selection goes for $11 and features chopped tomato, fennel, garlic, chorizo, and white wine-sauteed mussels. The New Orleans-style crab cakes are also quite popular at the restaurant. They go for $11 and feature housemade remoulade and two golden-brown fried crab cakes. Nachos go for $9 and feature salsa, sour cream, cheddar cheese, jalapenos, house-made pico de gallo, and hand-cut tortilla chips.

Fancy dumplings? Try the vegetable or pork dumplings which go for $8 and are served with spicy and sweet Thai chili sauce. The mozzarella en Carozza is also quite delightful. It goes for $9 and features classic marinara, lightly fried mozzarella cheese, and a thinly sliced prosciutto. Buffalo goujons go for $9 and feature celery sticks, chunky blue cheese dressing, homemade buffalo sauce, and lightly breaded chicken strips. Poutine goes for $8 and features homemade beef gravy, fresh cheese curds, and hand-cut french fries.

Nachos go for $12 and feature sour cream, pico de gallo, jalapenos, cheddar cheese, and house-fried tortilla chips. You also have the option of adding bean salsa, corn, chicken, and guacamole for an extra $4, or steak for an extra $6. Truffle tots are available for $9 and feature scallions, Parmesan cheese, and truffle oil. Another exciting pairing is chips and guac. This selection goes for $9 and features fresh guacamole and house-fried tortilla chips.…