Obviously the national fame of this name, at least for those of my age, causes you to go by and take it in. The one at Faneuil Hall area in right in Quincy Market and has outdoor seating. The other is in Beacon Hill
Favorite Dish: Burgers are good. Food overall looked good and price in middle to higher end
Cheers at Faneuil Hall, which opened in 2001, was built to be a replica of the TV show's set. It's a major tourist trap but it's worth visiting at least once. The service is friendly, the atmosphere is lively and a bit loud. The food is extremely mediocre and overpriced. You're paying for the novelty of eating at Cheers, and if you are a Cheers fan it's a great photo op.
Favorite Dish: Clam Chowder.
Menu selctions are generic. Food Quality is okay.
This is the Cheers replica Pub. The bar is designed like the bar on the the TV show Cheers. It looks just like it, but just a bit smaller. This is a cool restaurant located at Faneuil Hall. You can sit inside or sit on the patio. Its nice place to grab a bite to eat while you are shopping or just people watching. The service was excellent and everyone there was very friendly. The food, well the food was OK. I had a burger and there was nothing special about it. It was a $10.00 sandwich that shouldve been cheaper. I guess here you pay to say you ate at Cheers. I hear the clam chowder is really good. Next door and down the stairs there is a Cheers Memoribilia shop, this is the perfect place to go and buy stuff if you feel like purchasing overpriced items...
All we needed was a trip to the gift shop for offical Cheers beer mugs, we didn't have time to stay and eat.