Green Dragon, Boston

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11 Marshall St, Boston 617.367.0055

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  • Miller Lite and Stella
    Miller Lite and Stella
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  • Enjoying the Green Dragon (11/13/10)
    Enjoying the Green Dragon (11/13/10)
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    Deck the Bar...
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    Green Dragon: Popping in for Drink

    by cjg1 Updated Nov 15, 2010

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    The Green ragon is a favorite Pub of ours when visiting Boston. My wife and I enjoy the laid back yet fun atmosphere of the place. The bar is a decent size with plenty of bar seating as well as tables throughout. They also serve food here which is actually very good especially the wings and nachos.

    When we are here we enjoy sitting at the bar and interracting with other customers as well as their funny bartenders. They have a nice selection of cocktails and beer(both on tap and bottle) along with specialty drinks of the day.

    Our last visit here was during our trip in November 2010. It was an unseasonably warm day and we wanted to relax with a drink. We stopped in and found the place a bit busy; probably due to all the hockey fans waiting for the game to start in a few hours. We grabbed the last two seats at the bar and ordered a Miller Lite for me and a Stella for Liz. We spent some time here relaxing and having a good time.

    Dress Code: Casual

    Enjoying the Green Dragon (11/13/10) Deck the Bar... Enjoying my beer Miller Lite and Stella

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    Green Dragon: An ambient old tavern

    by donpaul77 Written Apr 14, 2008

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    The Green Dragon is a quaint tavern with a lot of character and ties to Revolutionary history. It is located on the edge of the Fanuiel Hall area, among a cluster of other well known Boston pubs. The atmosphere is cozy and relaxed during the day and weeknights, but it can get pretty lively at the weekend. They have a nice selection of beers on tap. Go and soak up the atmosphere and pretend you're hanging out with Samuel Adams and Ben Franklin, plotting the revolution.

    Dress Code: None that I know of

    Related to:
    • Beer Tasting
    • Historical Travel

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    The Green Dragon: local feel

    by shohman Written Jun 20, 2005

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    Another relaxed pub to watch and chat with people. Just outside of Faneuil Hall

    Dress Code: most people dress nice

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