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HENNESSY'S OF BOSTON

25 Union St Boston, Boston, MA 02108 (West End) | (617) 742-2121

Open Today: 11am – 2am

Venue Description

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Hours

Sunday: 11am – 2am

Monday: 11am – 2am

Tuesday: 11am – 2am

Wednesday: 11am – 2am

Thursday: 11am – 2am

Friday: 11am – 2am

Saturday: 11am – 2am

About

Scenes: Irish Pub, Live Music, Alehouse/Pub/Tavern, Sports Bar, Restaurant

Cuisines: American, Irish/English

Music: Irish

Crowd: 21+, Casual Crowd

Best Drinks: Beer Selection

Dancing: Sometimes

Highlights: Live Performances

Avg. Entree: $10 - $15

Details

Beer Selection: We have a wide range of beers on tap including ten imported brews & a full compliment of bottle beer

Seating: Relax in the summer sunshine by the open windows and cozy up in front of our coal fire.

Capacity: 250

Dress Code: casual

On Tap: We have a wide range of beers on tap including ten imported brews.

Signature Drinks: Wide beer selection.

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

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