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Posted by Motor City Bassovi on 06/02/2010
Sitting in the patio, knocking back a Pilsner, listenning to Aca Lucas, dipping bread in the oil and red paprika, enjoying Cevaps and Pleskjvica and Sunshine. Worth the 300 plus mile drive!
Posted by zikica on 03/09/2008
Boem is the best European hot spot around! .osvajaci and maja definately make the place worth going to..and loud music..hmm no sh*t its gonna be loud...i mean it is folk...! also the food..hmm never tried it..but smellls great.. but the waitresses well..not the best service..theyre rather rude and inconsiderate but the hot bartender mark makes up for the rest of the staff.. The place is also great to look at some of the most gorgeous European men. Everyone should give it a try..
Posted by Anonymous on 03/09/2008
I wish the place was bigger it would be not so crowded. saturday nights are the best. Good looking crowd, the newest songs from ex-yu and the one and only "Chicago bend". The drinks and the food are great and cheap, but the service is little slow, especialy on saturday nights
Posted by K2 on 01/20/2008
I was at Boem last night with a couple of friends and found the atmosphere electric. Live dance music. People standing and singing along. Very warm environment. Yes, it is loud but I do not know of any place with live music that is not, especially this small. The service was slow because of lack of wait staff but people were mainly there for the music not food. This is a great place to bring a group of friends to enjoy live ethnic music and food. It is an ethnic environment so someone who has a small spectrum on the world may not appreciate it.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/16/2008
Boem is a hole. The music is way too loud for a small place like that and it's terrible. These people don't know how to sing or play music. The actual place is stuffy and stinks. You'd want to eat here if you're crazy. I have went to Boem numerous times and hardly seen anyone eating. Once I happened to see the cook/server/waitress/owner (this women does it all) prepare a meal and the whole resturant was filled with an oily smell that smoked up the whole room. When we left, we all smelled as if we were in the kitchen. The ladies room is soooooo filty and nasty. It is the size of my closet. Hope you read this carefully and beware- only boem if u dare.
Posted by Ivana on 01/01/2008
I went to Boem on Saturday and Sunday night and it was packed! Food was excellent but bread was old and stale! I suggest trying cevapi instrad of pljeskavice! Live music is another plus, Osvajaci and Maja def make Boem worth going!
Posted by Dre on 03/26/2007
If you want to try Bosnian and Serbian food at its best, Boem is the place. I am Croatian, I know how the food should taste, and Boem is very close to the benchmark. Expect large portions with a lot of meat - whether it is Bosnian national proud - cevapcici, or Serbian vjesalica (hanger), you won't leave hungry. The service is average but not bad. If the party is large enough, sometimes you may get a round of drinks on house (another Serbian custom). One thing that could be better is bread - it is often old, but you can easily go around this issue by simply skipping it.