The Omni Parker House Hotel named this establishment after a saying coined by former Boston mayor James Michael Curley. The Last Hurray Bar & Grill, ... More
Last Hurrah Bar (The)
The Omni Parker House Hotel named this establishment after a saying coined by former Boston mayor James Michael Curley. The Last Hurray Bar & Grill, modeled after the traditional American bar, used to be a political hot spot, but that isn't the case today. Its location in the Financial District means it draws in the business crowd. The restaurant serves burgers and sandwiches and is known for its award-winning clam chowder. It also offers a number of continental and American specialties.
I know, it's unbelievable that a bar in a restaurant would turn out to be such a great place, with great food, fantastic drinks and top-notch atmosphere. It is also surprisingly affordable. My favorite spot in all of Boston!
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