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147 Hanover St., Boston, MA 02228 | (617) 523-7020

Open Today: 6pm – 1am

Venue Description

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  • Bell In Hand Tavern Boston

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    There aren’t many historical sites where you can get a great meal and a cold beer. You’re in one of them. The Tavern has been around since 1795. A gathering place for printers and politicians, sailors and students, it quickly became the most famous alehouse in the city.

  • Green Dragon Tavern Boston

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    The Green Dragon Tavern has a long and rich history, playing an important part in the freedom of Boston during the War of Independence. Established in 1654 The Green Dragon was a favorite haunt of Paul Revere (who we consider a close neighbor) and John Hancock (whose brother lived next door!). Indeed, it has been ratified by the famous historian Daniel Webster that it was in The Green Dragon that the plans for the invasion of Lexington and Concord were overheard, thus starting the famous ride of Paul Revere. Today The Green Dragon still plays host to a diverse and colorful clientele, though the practice of eavesdropping has long since stopped! With a full Lunch and Dinner Menu it is a popular eatery with visitors to Boston who enjoy dining in a working piece of History! With a full array of Irish-American fare and a wide choice of Traditional New England Seafood dishes The Green Dragon offers a choice for even the most discerning palate. Even with its long and noble history The Green Dragon is still a vibrant and thriving nightspot and is a firm favorite with college students and young professionals. Indeed the Green Dragon embodies the essence that is Boston City – the delicate blend of rich history and vibrant youthfulness! With a selection of Top 40’s cover bands playing each Thursday through Sunday you are always guaranteed a buzzing night at The Green Dragon!

  • Durty Nelly's Boston

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    It’s often said that, in order to move forward you have to look to the past. This can definitely be said about John Joe Somers who is drawing inspiration for his newest venture from the memories and stories of his Neighbor, Nelly O’Sullivan who was a stall holder in the Coal Quay Market in Cork City, Ireland. A character and a story in herself, Nelly was a familiar face all her life in the marketplace. She was always ready with a quick response and a smart piece of wit. She got her name from the old shawl that she wore day in and day out, but never got sight of a washbasin. Her thinking on that being “Ah sure it’ll only get durty again!”. In her day the Marketplace was the life line of any town or city and, of course the pub was the lifeline of the market, a place to take the weight off your feet with a quick glass of stout, or somewhere to meet and agree on a deal with a simple handshake. And now the traditional Irish Marketplace Pub has come to Boston and it is aptly named after the lady of the shawl herself “Durty Nelly’s”. A two-story bar on Blackstone Street in the heart of Boston’s oldest surviving Market place “Haymarket” Durty Nelly’s will have on the first floor a comfortable, cozy little haven for both the traveler and the shopper alike. Overflowing with Irish charm and hospitality, this is just the place to take a break from a hectic day or spend the night with good friends passing away the hours in great conversation. A definite halting spot for lunch, Durty Nelly’s will be serving good hearty Irish fare including a full Irish Breakfast all Day. On the second floor a surprise awaits in the form of a luxurious 18th Century dining room with some of the best views of the Rose Kennedy Greenway. The dinner Menu will not just include specials but will, in fact, change every evening. With it’s great Food, comfortable décor and cozy atmosphere, Durty Nelly’s will rapidly become the Emerald Gem of the Rose Kennedy Greenway.

  • Union Oyster House Boston

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    The Union Oyster House is the oldest restaurant in Boston and the oldest restaurant in continuous service in the U.S. — the doors have always been open to diners since 1826. The toothpick was first used in the United States at the Union Oyster House. Enterprising Charles Forster of Maine first imported the picks from South America. To promote his new business he hired Harvard boys to dine at the Union Oyster House and ask for toothpicks. The Kennedy Clan has patronized the Union Oyster House for years. J.F.K. loved to feast in privacy in the upstairs dining room. His favorite booth "The Kennedy Booth" has since been dedicated in his memory. Since 1826, the Union Oyster House has known only three owners. Carrying on proud traditions in dining and service since 1970 have been Mr. Joseph A. Milano, Jr., and Ms. Mary Ann Milano Picardi.

  • Paddy O's Boston

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    Boston's first Irish "Super Pub" arrived on the scene January 28th, 2005 in the form of Paddy O's. This latest offering from the Somers Pubs embodies everything that is Ireland and the Irish. From the hand-crafted bar to the authentic Furniture, custom made in Ireland, this pub breathes "one hundred thousand Welcomes" from the moment you step through the Door. But this is not the home of Saints and Scholars or Mythical Creatures. Paddy O's has just one purpose in mind FUN!


Sunday: Closed

Monday: 4pm – 1am

Tuesday: 4pm – 1am

Wednesday: 6pm – 1am

Thursday: 6pm – 1am

Friday: 4pm – 2am

Saturday: 4pm – 2am


Scenes: Live Music, Alehouse/Pub/Tavern, Club, Restaurant, Bar

Cuisines: American

Music: Live Bands, Top 40

Crowd: 21+, Casual Crowd, Younger Crowd

Best Food: Burgers / Sliders

Best Drinks: Beer Selection

Dancing: Always

Highlights: Dancing, Live Performances

Avg. Entree: $16 - $20


Dress Code: casual

Parking: street and lots

Other Features Include: Dance Floors, Gift Cards, TVs, Seating, Takeout

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