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Top Bars in Boston - Your Favourite Boston Bars

  • There are lots of options when it comes to a night out in Boston with bars and clubs in the city and various neighbourhoods. We asked you for your top bars in Boston over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • Last Drop

    Dan Rynoe Ryan says:

    Last Drop...many a pint of Guinness drank over St. Paddy’s Day!



    JM Curley

    Adam Groffman says:

    Definitely recommend this new bar, JM Curley, which I went to this past weekend. Delicious food, late-night menu and free table hockey in the back. Great classic cocktails and a rotating beer menu.

    Location: 21 Temple Place



    Cheers

    Stiofán Ó'Riain says:

    Cheers!

    Ian Whitlock says:

    It obviously has to be Cheers. I like the one in the city centre as most looks like the one from the sitcom, and has a souvenir shop below where you can have your photo taken with a life-size cardboard cut-out of Norm!

    Dorien Bot says:

    The one where everybody knows your name!

    Location: Original: 84 Beacon Street Replica: 1 Feneuil Hall



    The Pour House

    Andy Kiszewski says:

    The Pour House for beers!

    Location: 907 Boylston St.



    Wally’s Cafe

    Tracy Lynch says:

    Loved Wally’s on my visit to Boston. Great jazz bar with some very talented musicians and lots of cheap beer and fun staff.

    Location: 427 Massachusetts Avenue



    Eastern Standard

    Adam Groffman says:

    Eastern Standard is probably Boston's most well-known (and excellent) bar. Always wins for crowd favorite and best cocktails. It's right in Kenmore Square, just steps from Fenway Park. They're also popular for their French-inspired food and an excellent brunch. Late-nights its crowded with baseball fans after the game, college students from the nearby campuses or just people looking for a nice night out.

    Location: 528 Commonwealth Ave, Kenmore Square.



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  • There are lots of options when it comes to a night out in Boston with bars and clubs in the city and various neighbourhoods. We asked you for your top bars in Boston over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • Last Drop

    Dan Rynoe Ryan says:

    Last Drop...many a pint of Guinness drank over St. Paddy’s Day!



    JM Curley

    Adam Groffman says:

    Definitely recommend this new bar, JM Curley, which I went to this past weekend. Delicious food, late-night menu and free table hockey in the back. Great classic cocktails and a rotating beer menu.

    Location: 21 Temple Place



    Cheers

    Stiofán Ó'Riain says:

    Cheers!

    Ian Whitlock says:

    It obviously has to be Cheers. I like the one in the city centre as most looks like the one from the sitcom, and has a souvenir shop below where you can have your photo taken with a life-size cardboard cut-out of Norm!

    Dorien Bot says:

    The one where everybody knows your name!

    Location: Original: 84 Beacon Street Replica: 1 Feneuil Hall



    The Pour House

    Andy Kiszewski says:

    The Pour House for beers!

    Location: 907 Boylston St.



    Wally’s Cafe

    Tracy Lynch says:

    Loved Wally’s on my visit to Boston. Great jazz bar with some very talented musicians and lots of cheap beer and fun staff.

    Location: 427 Massachusetts Avenue



    Eastern Standard

    Adam Groffman says:

    Eastern Standard is probably Boston's most well-known (and excellent) bar. Always wins for crowd favorite and best cocktails. It's right in Kenmore Square, just steps from Fenway Park. They're also popular for their French-inspired food and an excellent brunch. Late-nights its crowded with baseball fans after the game, college students from the nearby campuses or just people looking for a nice night out.

    Location: 528 Commonwealth Ave, Kenmore Square.



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