The Black Rose is celebrating it's 35th anniversary and was just awarded the 'Best of Boston' for Irish Pubs.
The Black Rose is a must stop on your travels through historic Faneuil Hall – Quincy Market. 'Roisin Dubh' or small black rose has been serving up Irish hospitality, traditional fare and perfect pints since 1976.
Situated in a historic landmark police station built in 1887, Dillon's is the local's favorite restaurant and watering hole in the Back Bay.
Coined after Capt. S. Dillon a loveable and off-beat character who was renowned for his late night antics; Dillon's personifies community, hospitality and an all-around good time.
Is the city's only Irish- Mexican restaurant and bar. For close to two decades Jose's has been an institution with the after work and late night party crowds.
If the Dos Equis man is the world's most interesting man, Jose McIntyre is the world's most entertaining. Come experience the most unique venue in Boston.
Just like the achitecture associated with the surrounding neighborhoods; Brownstone is a classic, stylish but casually elegant wine and martini bar.
From young professionals sipping classic martini's to couples enjoying small plates and sampling the latest grape, Brownstone is a quaint little retreat that transitions into a happening late night hot spot.
The spirit of mardi gras and the French Quarter in the heart of the city.
Serving Irish, American and Cajun specialties and conveniently located just steps away from the TD Garden;Hurricane O'Reilly's is the spot to be pre and post game. Hurricane's is also 6800 square feet of Bourbon Street'esque nightlife.
Located on the corner of laid back and good times, Coogan's is a business man's retreat by day and party people destination by night.
Coogan's is a cozy little neighborhood bar situated just on the edge of the Financial District. Friendly staff serve up fresh American style pub food and some of the best deals in Boston.
The 'Rock' was as historic as the Freedom Trail that lead to its front doors. A tourist's favorite for New England fare and a local's preference for late night revelry.
After 32 years of business, we sadly closed our doors on September 15, 2012. Located steps away from Faneuil Hall, the Purple Shamrock was Union Street's busiest restaurant and bar - Mayor James Curley would have been proud!
Proudly serving over 400 regulars, Clerys has been voted Best of Boston for neighborhood bars!
A bistro, bar, restaurant and function facility, it is one the most dynamic venues in the Back Bay. Meeting friends for a quick bite, stepping out for a quick drink or need a place to host your next large function - Clerys is your one stop destination in the historic South End located on the corner of Columbus and Dartmouth.
The Granary Tavern is a place where rustic and modern elements mend seamlessly to create a casually-stylish environment.
In search of a sun soaked patio, a truly unique dining experience or just an engaging place to socialize, the Granary Tavern on the Greenway is the answer.
Sterling's is located on the main floor of 60 State Street in Boston's Historic Financial District.
Sterling's initial allure is its impressive atmosphere, the upscale eatery's "it" factor is thanks to a trifecta of stand-out elements that includes equally appealing masterfully crafted cocktails and creative comfort cuisine.