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Seating options in the simply decorated, ambiently lit restaurant include wooden chairs and large padded booths, as well as stools around or to the side of the large bar with plenty of Boscos’ beers brewed from the very equipment visible from the dining room on tap. And only Boscos’ beers are on tap (wine and mixed drinks are also available).For help selecting beer, the food menu offers pairing suggestions even with desserts and the drinks menu offers full descriptions complete with International Bittering Unit (IBU) ratings. The higher the number, the stronger the beer. Not that Boscos offers any feeble brews. The beer with the lowest IBU (16), the Flaming Stone Beer, is quite full bodied. Before committing to a full glass, one can try a shot glass portion ($1) or a sampler of eight beers ($8).Beer this brawny demands at least something to bite on. From the dinner appetizers menu, the portion of battered Calamari ($7) is plenty ample for sharing. But a recent order could have cooked a bit longer (then again,
it was served not even a minute before our meals . any longer and it would have been served after our meals). The Smoked Duck Spring Rolls ($7), crisp handfuls of smoked duck, carrots, cabbage and scallions, were bursting with flavor, accented by a Szechuan sauce. And the Wood Oven Shrimp ($7.50), five butterflied crustaceans bathed in a spicy herbbutter sauce, were luscious, even if the three thin French bread slices that accompanied the dish seemed a bit skimpy.