For those who don't remember, the original 21st Amendment repealed Prohibition and allowed the nation to drink. This ... More
For those who don't remember, the original 21st Amendment repealed Prohibition and allowed the nation to drink. This English-style bar, located near the State House, serves up spirits to lawyers, law students, legislators and Beacon Hill locals. A large copper fireplace blazes in the corner and there is a juke box to liven up the place, which features a lot of dark wood and brick walls. Pasta and burgers are among the food offerings. The specialty sandwiches are good too.
The centerpiece of the Theater District, this stage boasts an impressive history. In recent years, performances of Riverdance and Miss
Saigon have attracted record crowds and further cemented its reputation as a worldclass theater. It is also the home ...
Want a taste of New Orleans in Boston? The cover charge at Sugar Shack grants access to DJs, live music
and three floors of dancing, including the adjacent Big Easy. The Mardi Gras theme explains the beaded necklaces and ...
This cheery Irish restaurant and pub has a unique story: It was built in Ireland and shipped in crates across
the Atlantic, then reassembled at this Government Center locale. Lunchtime sees business people crowding in for a hearty midday ...