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BOSTON’S BECOMING ASHBURN ALE HOUSE

The restaurant will also be launching a new menu.

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Just a quick update to some news that The Burn brought you back in early January. We reported that Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar at the Goose Creek shopping center was going to get a new name and a new menu. Well, that transition has formally started.

The Boston’s brand is going away in Ashburn.

Today, the restaurant announced its new name will be the “Ashburn Ale House.” According to social media, the restaurant will stay open as it changes its name and launches a new menu in the coming weeks.

Image: Ashburn Ale House

As we reported, the restaurant’s owner plans to make Ashburn Ale House a more family friendly dining choice with a revamped menu that will be more focused and also feature steaks.

We’ll keep you posted as we get more information.

(Hat tip to Andrew Sample for the news tip.)

15 Comments
  1. Jim A. 4 years ago
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    So you want to make it more family friendly and you choose to name it “Ashburn Ale House”? Does that sound like a family friendly name to anyone? Sounds like just another one of these concepts that will feature upgraded bar food and their own very special beers….wow, how original.

  2. Tim S 4 years ago
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    With a name like Ashburn Ale House I’m guessing the beer prices will go up instead of down. The beer prices are already high and their happy hour deals are a joke compared to elsewhere. Why I never went despite it being extremely close to me.

  3. Patty Blivess 4 years ago
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    Is this Ale House owned by Miller’s?

    • Anonymous 4 years ago
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      WonderIng the same! Lobe Millers Ale Hiuse

    • Will 4 years ago
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      No, but it would have been better if it were turning into a Miller’s. #zingers

  4. GooseCreekPub 4 years ago
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    Ale House next to a likely Brewery?
    Great bartenders but this place will be calling Bar Rescue in 2020 due to leadership disasters….

  5. Fred 4 years ago
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    ‘@Jim A., you beat me to it. Any place called “Ale House,” “Tap Room,” “Pub,” etc. brings to mind a place with sloshing beer, pedestrian bar food, too much noise, and obstreperous patrons. I avoid them like the plague.

  6. Seems confusing with Bungalow Alehouse also coming to Ashburn soon

  7. Fred 4 years ago
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    @Jim A., you beat me to it. Any place called “Ale House,” “Tap Room,” “Pub,” etc. brings to mind a place with sloshing beer, pedestrian bar food, too much noise, and obstreperous patrons. I avoid them like the plague.

  8. Maureen A. 4 years ago
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    I really hope the food gets better and they get a better variety of beer. We live within walking distance and stop going there because they got rid of our favorite beers and when we asked the manager about it, he basically told us that he really didn’t care what we wanted….hope the manager changes with the name.

  9. CJ 4 years ago
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    So my buddy and I went to check out the “New” menu , and it was more of the same. We has the fried pickles and sliders. That was the best option on the limited new menu. The bar area looks the same and the service was the same (poor), we even saw the same manager dude or owner…whatever. I am still completely unimpressed with this establishment. I wish it would become something much much more like a steakhouse or anything else…the view and sunsets are awesome and that’s about it.

  10. Rbo 4 years ago
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    Yeah, I don’t get it. I heard the manager blamed Bostons but I kept hearing how awful the service was and the food was expensive, nothing to write home about. I give them 6 months since same players involved.

  11. Jon Benigno 3 years ago
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    I think it’s called Social House Kitchen & Tap

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