Ratings & Reviews
To me, Tillman's is my idea of how grown folks should kick it. I went on a Friday night with a couple of my boys to grab a bite to eat and have a few drinks before heading out. Food was pretty good, mainly upscale sandwiches, but we weren’t looking for anything too formal so it was perfect. What I enjoyed the most was the fact that the music set the perfect tone to just chill out, eat, have some drinks and engage in some conversation. Basically that musiq soulchild, erykah badu, tribe called quest vibe just seemed to put the whole room in a good place. The spot was crowded, but not packed, and there were definitely some good looking faces in the crowd. We actually left about 10:30 or so, bounced around to a few other spots, and ended up coming back around 1, because we realized we should have never left in the first place. By that point, they had a DJ who was absolutely rocking -- playing old school hip hop and those perfect, Gap band-esque type r&b joints that remind you of being at somebody’s barbeque back day. Like I said, it’s a more grown crowd – definitely there were more people there in their 30s than in their 20s, but the music and crowd were high caliber, so needless to say cats had a ball. Basically, if you are trying to go out and listen to 2Chainz, this isn’t your spot. But if you want to hear some good music, chill, and maybe cut a rug once the night gets a little older, this is a good spot to do that.
Everybody who knows anything about chilling in Boston knows that Wally's is always a place you can go and have a chill time. I fell in love the time I went and there were some cats from Berkeley playing some instrumental J Dilla joints. drinks are extremely reasonable and the staff is hard working yet will take time to share a laugh with you, especially if you are in there feeling nice. One of the most diverse spots in town, you'll see any kind of person up there, but the energy has been good every time I've been in there.