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PIER 6

18th street, Boston, MA 02129 (Charlestown) | (617) 337-0054

Open Today: Open

Venue Description

Venues in closest proximity

  • Grafton Street Pub & Grill Cambridge

    .1m away

    Originally opened in 1996, Grafton Street Pub & Grill has been a beloved institution of Harvard Square for more than a decade. This neighborhood hotspot is named after the spirited cobblestone-lined shopping district in Dublin’s famed Temple Bar area.

  • Oberon Cambridge

    .2m away

    In addition to offering work from the A.R.T’s main season, OBERON is also a thriving incubator for emerging artists to imagine new projects that could only exist in this exciting club theater environment. Hundreds of artists and performance groups brought work to the space each year. OBERON regularly features local performers including aerialists, beat poets, food artists, tap dancers, gender-bending sketch troupes, comedians, hula-hooping burlesquers, and pop-and-lock human statues to name but a few.

  • Daedalus Cambridge

    .2m away

    Daedalus Restaurant and Bar, located right outside of historic Harvard Square, has been a mainstay since opening its doors in 2001. Great food, drink, and a breath taking roof deck awaits you on 45.5 Mt. Auburn Street.

  • The Hourly Oyster House Cambridge

    .3m away

    The Hourly Oyster House is a vibrant and welcoming neighborhood outpost in the heart of Harvard Square, where guests can enjoy thoughtfully sourced and playfully prepared seafood and oysters from New England and beyond, as well as a carefully crafted selection of signature cocktails, beer and wine. Dunster Street, which was called Water Street in Colonial times because of its proximity to the old banks of the Charles River, once served as the Cambridge meeting point for the horse-drawn wagons, called “Hourlies,” that departed each day – on the hour – for Boston. This route was established in 1826 and was one of the first high-frequency transit route in America. Not only was this a monumental advancement in transportation, but it also planted the seeds for future connection, collaboration and creation between Harvard Square, Boston and ultimately, the rest of the world. The building at 15 Dunster Street’s history is equally storied. The exact footprint in which The Hourly stands is rumored to be the location where the first Freeman’s Oath was printed in 1639 and is also the home of the original Second Cambridge Savings Bank building, as well as Harvard Square’s ice cream icon of 27 years, Herrell’s. The Hourly channels the square’s colorful past, blending historic charm with a contemporary experience.

  • Russell House Tavern Cambridge

    .3m away

    Through the red brick pathways of Harvard Square rises a new neighborhood tradition. Located in the heart of Harvard Square, Russell House Tavern takes its name from one of the building's original occupants – Thomas Russell, a furniture dealer whose small commercial enterprise contributed to the development of Harvard Square as a center of business in the mid-1800s. Today, Russell House Tavern continues the Harvard Square tradition of local enterprise as a New American Tavern serving seasonally-inspired, classic dishes from New England and beyond. An inviting, multi-level space adorned with vintage photographs of the Square, Russell House Tavern specializes in artisanal fare served alongside carefully hand-crafted cocktails and a distinctive collection of all-American wines and craft beers.

Hours

Sunday: Open

Monday: Open

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open

About

Scenes: Outdoor Spot, Restaurant, Bar, Rooftop

Cuisines: American, Seafood

Avg. Entree: $16 - $20

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