Boston Nightlife

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  • 26. 33 Restaurant & Lounge

    33 is a place where it's not about what you know, it's WHO you know. This is especially the case on the weekends. If you're not on anyone's 'guest list,' then be prepared to stand in line for a...

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  • 27. Sunset Grill & Tap

    For beer lovers! 112 beers on tap and 380 microbrews ? all of which are served in specific types of glasses based on what the brewers recommend. They even have cask ale, vintage ale, and mead. For...

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  • 28. Wally's Café

    Amazing live jazz every night of the week. An incredibly small venue so I'd recommend getting there earlier if you want a seat. Very intimate and outstanding jazz musicians. Each night is a different...

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  • 29. Cask 'n Flagon

    Right across the street from Fenway, this is THE place to be after a game - if you can get in. My buddy and I had one of the best time if our lives the first time we were here. It does close early,...

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  • 30. Ames Plow Tavern

    Always one of my favorite pubs to go with a small group, grab a table along the wall, drink a beer and chat. It's usually a pretty quiet little bar, but its location under Quincy Market ensures a...

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  • 31. Doyle's Cafe

    Doyle's of Jamaica Plain has been serving up food and drink since 1882, and along the way it's become one of Boston's best-known hostelries. It has hosted all stripes of dignitaries over the years,...

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  • 32. The Milky Way Lounge and Lanes

    This place is fun...Saturday nights are for Salsa, Sunday nights are for karaoke, weeknights are for live music, and every night is for bowling, pool, eating, and drinking. The Cactus Juice...

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  • 33. Pravda

    Tuesday nights are great, the clientele is multi-ethnic and the DJs bring in classics straight from just about everywhere. What I enjoyed is that they were able to mix in the Spanish, Arabic, House...

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  • 34. Squealing Pig

    The Pig is my favorite hangout in Boston. Friendly, funny staff, comprised mostly of Irish men and women, add to the atmosphere of the place. Old wooden tables, wooden theater seats in the large...

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  • 35. M. J. O'Connor's

    Yet another pub we spent time in. It was a long day and Nat and Tamir and I were feeling like keeping it mello. The place was just the fit for what we needed. Walking distance from our hotel. And...

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  • 36. The Sevens

    One of my colleagues at work is a Boston native and alumn of BU. As I was discussing visiting Boston for a few days she suggested that if we find ourselves around Beacon Hill to stop by this place....

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  • 37. Rattlesnake

    My friend Andrea and I stopped in here because the Notre Dame- Michigan State college football game was on. When we sat down it was 37-17 Michigan State. We had a beer and ordered this cheesy-soupy...

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  • 38. Prudential Center Skywalk

    Went to a Gala/Auction at the Skywalk at the Top of the Hub recently. Unfortunately, I don't think it was the right venue for this sort of event. Between the items up for auctioning and all the...

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  • 39. An Tua Nua (formerly Ri Ra)

    BY DAY: A cute place to get food and some drinks with friends for lunch or after work. It is especially nice in warm weather when the large front windows are open to the street and you can watch the...

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  • 40. TT the Bears

    Went to TT the Bears a few times during my time in Boston. I rather liked it. Nice size and decorated with fairy lights (although someone told me, they' weren't sure if they were still there these...

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  • 41. Avalon

    If chosing a good location is key to determing the success of your business, then the owners of the Avalon were paying attention in business class. The Avalon is located across from Fenway Park. This...

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  • 42. JJ Foley's

    http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2007/03/01/a_gay_kiss_spurred_violent_ouster_from_bar_lawsuit_says/?p1=MEWell_Pos3 Stay away - the crowd here is obviously going to get worse...

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  • 43. Axis -

    Axis is famous for it's live music. This is where I saw Gwar, L.A. Guns and one of the many battle of the bands events held here. This is also where I learned how to dress like a heavy metal chick....

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  • 44. Hong Kong Restaurant and Bar.

    Every college student in Boston as well as Bostonians, know what a Scorpian Bowl is. Its a drink made from about 20 different alcohols that tastes like Hawaiin Punch. We used to frequent the Hong...

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  • 45. Mantra

    Mantra was recommended to us. It definitely was not the scene we were looking for but it was a great place to have a late dinner/snack and people watch. Mantra is a restaurant but turns into a bar...

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  • 46. Our House

    Our House is great for a chill, casual evening. Everyone is drinking big rocks, or bucket o rocks- great atmosphere. Careful though, couches look comfy, but they're really just thin pillows covering...

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My pub-crawling days are long past, but rest assured there is plenty to do for night owls around town.  Also helpful is the extension of the T's hours on Friday/Saturday and Saturday/Sunday...

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