This place is pretty right on, it's one of the premier venues in Boston. There's a front room bar that usually has lighter, more acoustic acts, and the main stage area where the acts are as eclectic as can be. It's fairly small, which is a good thing. There are two bars in the back room and a kind of wiry upstairs where you can get a birds eye view. What I hate is when a show sells out here and they move it to some place like the Avalon so more dweebs who didn't think ahead to buy tickets can get it. It makes the show less personal and the audience less sincere. I'm no jerk, but I'd rather see a show with people who've been wanting to see it for months rather than some kids just looking for something to do.