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Anam Cara Publick House


Cuisine: Irish Pub, Bar, Fine wine/Spirits/Beer

1648 Beacon St, Brookline



Cuisine: Modern Mediterranean, Bar

1 Charles St S , Theater District



Cuisine: American, Bar - Price: $6.95 to $26.95, $6.95 to $26.95

698 Bay St, Taunton

Black Rose


Cuisine: Night life, Irish/Pub, Bar

160 State St, Boston

This infamous Irish pub in the Faneuil Hall-Quincy Market area is nearly as popular with... READ MORE

Coogan's Bluff


Cuisine: American, Bar

171 Milk St, Financial District

Located in the Financial District, this Irish pub turns into a nightclub after dark. DJs... READ MORE

Flann O'Briens


Cuisine: American, Bar, Pub/Irish

1619 Tremont St, Boston, MA, Mission Hill

Named after an early 20th-century satirical columnist and playwright from Ireland, Flann O’Brien’s is an alluring hole-in-the-wall with a pool table, pub fare, and a... READ MORE

Good Life


Cuisine: Night life, New American, Bar

28 Kingston St, Leather District

The Good Life has pulled a 180, shiftings its focus to contemporary artists and a cozy atmosphere. Downtown workers gather at the club’s posh vodka... READ MORE

Gypsy Bar


Cuisine: Night life, New American, Bar

116 Boylston St, Theater District

Chic late-night spot for the fashionable and (almost) famous. Has become the go-to afterparty spot... READ MORE



Cuisine: Irish/Pub, Bar

25 Union St, Boston

Dark lighting and furniture enhance this pub’s cozy atmosphere, welcoming everyone from local politicians to... READ MORE

Hennessy's Downstairs


Cuisine: Pub Style, Bar

25 Union St, Boston

Dark lighting and furniture enhance this pub’s cozy atmosphere, welcoming everyone from local politicians to... READ MORE

Julien Bar & Lounge


Cuisine: Bar, Seafood/American

250 Franklin St, Financial District

Carved doorways and gilded ceilings give the bar/lounge at the Langham Hotel a rococo feel.... READ MORE



Cuisine: American, Bar

110 Dorchester St., South Boston

La Hacienda Del Rio


Cuisine: Mexican, Bar

4 Taggeroute Dr, Nashua

McGann's Pub


Cuisine: Irish/Pub, Bar

197 Portland St, Downtown

Every Fri is the same at this rowdy Irish pub: sports fans show up after a game at the TD Banknorth Garden for a cheap... READ MORE

Mr. Dooley's Tavern


Cuisine: Irish/Pub, Bar

77 Broad St, Financial District

A welcoming Irish bar that promises perfectly poured pints and a gimmick-free good time. Sleazy... READ MORE

Ned Devine's


Cuisine: Irish/Pub, Bar

250 Quincy Market Bldg, Boston

This Irish pub provides both indoor and outdoor seating. When weather doesn’t cooperate (which is most of the year), the inside offers walls of exposed... READ MORE



Cuisine: Bar, French/Indian

52 Temple Place, Downtown

Twenty-five-ton vault doors introduce visitors to the OmBar, once a bank vault, located in the... 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

Red Hat


Cuisine: American, Bar, Casual Dining

9 Bowdoin Street, Downtown



Cuisine: Night life, American, Bar

189 State St, Boston

Known for its homemade sangria and tapas bar, this trendy restaurant/lounge/bar adds a Latin touch to New Age American cuisine. The Sanctuary sits in the... READ MORE

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

Sweetwater Café


Cuisine: American, Bar

3 Boylston Place, Theater District

Located in the middle of the Emerson College hurricane, this quaint, unassuming bar is truly the eye of the storm. The kitchen offers decent food... READ MORE



Cuisine: Pub Style, American, Bar

19 Union St, Boston

A quaint pub, with lively patrons, among the many Irish bar/grills in the Quincy Market area. High-def TVs are tuned to sports, with appetizers half-priced... READ MORE



Cuisine: American, Bar, Pub/Irish

112 Broad St, Financial District

Proudly advertised as “not your typical Irish Pub,” the Times has a knowledgable staff that will eagerly recommend the right cocktail for you. Live music... READ MORE



Cuisine: American, Sandwiches, Bar

105 Water St , Financial District

Specializes in signature cocktails and sliders with a New England flair. READ MORE



Cuisine: New American, Bar, Italian fine dining - Price: $14 to $29, $14 to $29

245 Atwells Ave., Providence

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The Bleacher Bar

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Bagel Rising

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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