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Admiral T.J. O'Brien's


Cuisine: Pub Food, American, Seafood, Irish

407 Main St, Sturbridge

Blarney Stone


Cuisine: Bistro, Pub Food, Irish - Price: $8 to $17

1505 Dorchester Avenue , Dorchester-Mattapan

Rough bar gone upscale? We've tasted this story before, but the Blarney Stone has done... READ MORE

Brendan Behan Pub


Cuisine: Irish

378 Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

Named after the famous Irish author and activist, this traditional (and authentic) Irish pub boasts lots of dark wood and beer. The absence of TVs... READ MORE

Bull McCabe’s


Cuisine: Pub Food, Irish, Beer - Price: $

366A Somerville Ave, Somerville

A good old-fashioned Irish pub with all the important staples. Nine brews on tap, good... READ MORE



Cuisine: American, Irish

247 Elm St, Davis Square

They’ve got perfectly poured pints of Guinness and beer-battered fish and chips, but the Burren... READ MORE



Cuisine: Irish

1357 Cambridge St, Inman Square

With its original Celtic artwork, antique sewing-machine tables and 14 draft beers, the Druid is yet another venue on the Irish-pub circuit, and it’s been... READ MORE

Galvin’s Harp and Bard


Cuisine: Pub Food, Irish - Price: $5 to $11

1099 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester-Mattapan

Irish bar with quality meat and potatoes, fried fish, homemade soups, and fine Grape-Nuts custard... READ MORE

Goody Glover's


Cuisine: Pub Food, Irish - Price: $10 to $15

50 Salem St, North End

Although an Irish pub among all the fine Italian restaurants of the North End is... READ MORE

Green Briar


Cuisine: Irish

304 Washington St, Allston-Brighton

Green Briar is a full-time Irish pub and restaurant with live entertainment and multiple TVs for international sports spectatin’. Lots of brick and beer. DJs... READ MORE

James’s Gate


Cuisine: International, Irish

5-11 McBride St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

James’s Gate treats a mixed-age, informal crowd to updated Irish pub classics (like shepherd’s pie)... READ MORE


2 2 Stars

Cuisine: Irish - Price: $10 to $20

2 Center Plaza, Downtown

Okay, you have to violate Nadeau’s law against eating within 1000 cubits of a government building or university. At least at the Kinsale the interior... READ MORE

McFadden's Restaurant & Saloon


Cuisine: Irish

148 State St, Boston

McFadden’s offers casual, Irish-American dining, TVs for watching the game with fellow sports fans, and two dance floors. Two DJs spin Thurs through Sat. READ MORE

M.j. O’conners


Cuisine: Irish Pub, Irish

27 Columbus Ave, Theater District

A refined, roomy Irish pub located in the Park Plaza area. Offers a large selection... READ MORE

M.J. O'Connor's


Cuisine: Irish

27 Columbus Ave. at Park Plaza, Theater District

Eclectic Irish food and spirits, a warm friendly atmosphere and beautifully handcrafted woodwor and murals make this authentic, upscale Irish pub one of Boston's best.... READ MORE

O' Connors Restaurant & Bar


Cuisine: Irish

1160 West Boylston St., Worcester

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

River Gods


Cuisine: Pub Food, Fusion, Irish, Thai, Korean

125 River St, Central Square

A small, very cool bar that serves a globetrotting menu at nice prices to a... READ MORE

Solas Bar


Cuisine: Pub Food, Irish

710 Boylston St , Back Bay

Inside the Lenox Hotel, this Irish bar takes its name from the Gaelic word for... READ MORE

Stanhope Grille

1 1 Stars

Cuisine: American, Irish

350 Stuart St, Back Bay

You don't have to avoid the old Boston police headquarters any more. Now it's the... READ MORE

Symphony 8

1 1 Stars

Cuisine: Pub Food, American, Irish, american - Price: $11 to $19

8 Westland Ave, Boston

This triple-club restaurant is designed more for drinking and eating, and it shows. Our critic was underwhelmed by the serious food, but fared a bit... READ MORE

Tavern in the Square


Cuisine: American, Irish

161 Brighton Ave, Allston-Brighton

The Kells is Allston’s epicenter of entertainment, and its four bars, two dance floors, and... READ MORE

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The Regal Beagle

  So what’s wrong with a TV dinner? THE REGAL BEAGLE — a place named after the much-loved

The Bleacher Bar

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


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We live in an age of impermanence. Today’s hot place is yesterday’s news. Not so with SONSIE, the nouveaux-American-style bistro, which for 15 years has been dishing fine cuisine


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