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Harp & Bard


1099 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester

Hurricane O'Reilly's


Cuisine: Pub/American

150 Canal St, Downtown

Hurricane O’Reilly’s whips up Creole, Irish, and American cuisine in time for you to make your show at the TD Banknorth Garden. Or, for those... READ MORE

Living Room


Cuisine: Night life, Pub/American, Casual Dining

101 Atlantic Ave, North End

The Living Room is the only restaurant/bar in Boston equipped with large, comfortable furniture that makes you feel as if you’ve suddenly won a swanky... READ MORE

Pour House


Cuisine: Night life, Pub/American, Bar

907 Boylston St, Back Bay

Looking for your childhood in a glass? Try the Creamsicle: ice cream and orange juice... READ MORE

Purple Shamrock


Cuisine: Irish, Pub/American, Bar

1 Union St, North End

Situated on the Freedom Trail near Faneuil Hall, this Irish pub provides relief from the hustle and hype of Quincy Market. The Purple Shamrock has... READ MORE

Regal Beagle

3 3 Stars

Cuisine: Pub Food, Pub/American - Price: $12 to $24

308 Harvard Ave, Brookline

Despite a name from a ’70s sitcom, the Regal Beagle is very much the gastro-pub of the moment, mixing nostalgia and haute cuisine touches with... READ MORE

Roadhouse Pub


Cuisine: Beer/Spirits, Pub/American

55 Pulaski St., Peabody

Sevens Ale House


Cuisine: Pub/American, Bar

77 Charles Street, Beacon Hill

A welcoming Beacon Hill dive bar with darts and a large selection of brews. READ MORE



Cuisine: Pub/American, Wine/Beer

58 JFK St., Cambridge

An array of off-the-beaten-path beers and affordable wines are served up with a smile at this comfortable, laid back watering hole, one of the locals’... READ MORE

Wing House


Cuisine: Pub/American, Wings

197 North St, Newtonville

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The Regal Beagle

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The Bleacher Bar

  Fried pickles are a staple delight in the better saloons, diners, and gin joints of the old


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At Liberty Hotel hotspot ALIBI — formerly the Charles Street Jail’s drunk tank — bartenders craft surprising ingredients like herbs, exotic liqueurs, and even pickles into concoctions that are

Myung Dong 1st Ave

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Bagel Rising

Part of a beloved daily ritual for hundreds of BU students, the independent cafe and deli

When Pigs Fly Bakery

With specialty retail outlets in Davis Square and Coolidge Corner, York, Maine–based WHEN PIGS FLY BAKERY produces a couple dozen varieties of slow-baked artisanal breads, mostly

Deep Ellum

DEEP ELLUM ’s core audience of hardcore beer geeks loves it for its two-dozen-plus drafts, 80-deep selection of abstruse small-producer bottles, and regularly changing cask beers. Unusual

Sunset Grill and Tap

The numbers don’t lie: SUNSET GRILL & TAP boasts more than 100 drafts and nearly 400 selections in cans and bottles. There literally is a beer


Boston doesn’t rate among America’s top destinations in many food and drink categories, but it has long flirted with the leading edge of the craft-cocktail revival, and


RAZZY’S no longer attracts the kind of colorful scumbags on which it built its reputation