Boston's Best Pubs-the Irish and beyond
Who doesn't like the feel of a pub-relaxed, low lighting, large lists of beers and often even menus filled with the high calorie fare we crave. Luckily, Boston is jam-packed with pubs of all kind. From the dingy little dives to the bar and restaurant that are combined, Boston's pubs certainly are not hard to find. Splattered all over the city's landscape, Boston's best pubs are there when you need them-whatever section of the city you find yourself in.
Local Expert Tip: "Exercise your pipes at this pub on Saturdays,"
Local Expert Tip: "A pub serving Irish food you really should try."
- Type: Pub
Local Expert Tip: "Even if you are not hungry, you must indulge in a Toastie!"
Local Expert Tip: "Ask for the opinion of your server for suggestions. They are always very helpful."
Local Expert Tip: "Although excellent year-round, James's Gate is perfect for a cool winter night when the crackling fire is lit to warm the soul."
Local Expert Tip: "Parking can be tough, as most spots are residential and Southie residents get ticked when their spot is gone (take note of the chairs lining the streets, and leave them there)."
Local Expert Tip: "In Brookline's Washington Square, parking can be tough, take the T to make your life a little easier. "
Local Expert Tip: "Spin the wheel to select your beer."
Local Expert Tip: "Historically significant as a stop for George Washington and the location of his funeral speech."
Local Expert Tip: "Pop in while touring Beacon Hill, this bar is a good stop for a good time."