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You don't have to be Irish to enjoy everything that Beantown has to offer, from championship sports teams like the NHL Boston Bruins and the NBA Boston Celtics, to a diverse music scene coupled with a storied history, the city of Boston is a great travel destination for anyone. Set as the back drop for famous films such as Martin Scorsese’s, " The Departed," and Troy Duffy's Cult sensation, " The Boondock Saints," Boston Mass, holds a charm and etiquette far more upscale than what those films depict. From hot jazz clubs to relaxed lounges, sporting events to live music, this place has heart, soul, and the promise of a good time for everyone.
Bars / Date Spots:
Alibi bar and lounge
215 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114
Alibi, in the Liberty Hotel is one of the best spots in Boston, but it wasn’t always that way. In fact the Alibi happened to be part of the Charles Street jail. This former "drunk tank" is a great place to enjoy a cocktail. The dimly-lit scene, complete with jail cell gates, and window bars, creates an ambiance of being someplace forbidden. Those looking to "see and be seen" tend to pop in a little later when the bar really gets going. With its inner hotel location it is easy to simply stay all night, and come right back the next day, The Alibi is most certainly an experience not to be missed.
Oak Long Bar and Lounge
138 St. James Ave.
Oak Long Bar and Kitchen replaced the legendary, upscale steakhouse/bar combo that used to be in the Copley Plaza Hotel. This updated space gets rid of the formality and separation of the steakhouse and replaces it with a restaurant and bar in the same space. Oak Long Bar & Kitchen has added a modern twist on the decor. An open kitchen sits behind the bar to encourage drinkers to order up from the menu that provides guests with American options ranging from snacks and sandwiches to full meals. The bar scene is also lively and filled with a more mature crowd than you'll find at Boston clubs. So if you are looking to meet some nice locals and enjoy some great food be sure to stop by the Oak Long Bar and Lounge.
1281 Cambridge St
Cambridge, MA 02139
While not located directly in Boston this is a bar worth checking out. Not as upscale as some of the lounges in the area it is still full of warmth, charm, and friendly. With over 100 beers on tap, some imported and some domestic, making a choice could be difficult. Don’t worry the friendly staff has got you covered with its famous beer wheel that you can spin and have the choice made for you. This location doesn’t offer much in the way of food but if you find yourself in Inman Square make a stop at their second location which has more of restaurant feel.
348 Congress St
Boston, MA 02210
When you're tired of the same old cocktails, make your way to Drink. The expert mixologists at Drink are here to help. Not your typical bartenders, Drink only hires those who know more than 100 cocktails by heart. No brand names are shown in hopes of finding you something that is really good that you may have overlooked if actually offered. Just describe what you like and rather than pouring from ready made mixes, the bartenders here use their imaginations and your personal preferences, along with fresh fruits, potted herbs and hard-to-come-by ingredients, to create custom drinks. Their incredible cocktails and tasty appetizers make this the best spot to have a drink in boston.
150 Seaport Blvd
Boston, MA 02210
This harborside bar is a great spot complete with a roof top deck that overlooks the harbor. The warm dark interior is definitely a comfort on cold Boston nights, and their incredible whiskey selection will only make you warmer. Whiskey not your thing? Fear not, they also have a great selection of other cocktails and beer, as well as tasty snacks to satisfy any appetite. But be sure to get there early on warm days if you want to enjoy a table on the rooftop where you and your friends can drink, dream, and enjoy the great view of the harbor.
Entertainment / Nighclubs:
Brighton Music Hall
158 Brighton Ave
Boston, MA 02134
There is quite a bit of history at the Brighton Music Hall, located in the area known as Allston Rock City, this spot has been home to headlining rock bands for over forty years. Founded in 1970 as Harpers Ferry, this music spot went through and overhaul in the early 2000’s and re-opened its doors as The Brighton Music hall, but although the look changed, the music did not. The bands that grace this stage keep with the Halls history of being a hard rocking crazy spot for the alternative crowd. Despite its fame the venue only fits 400 hundred which provides an up close and personal hard rock experience.
Symphony Hall, Boston
301 Massachusetts Avenue
If you are looking for culture then Symphony Hall is the place to be. After opening its doors in October of 1900 this has been the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra ever since. You can catch one of their many shows per year and experience it in what is considered to be, acoustically, the finest concert hall in the United States, and third best in the world. For the true classical music lover this is the place to be, and it is located only a few blocks from the renowned Berklee College of Music.
Shear Madness at The Boston Playhouse
74 Warrenton st
If you are looking for a night of side splitting laughter than check out, “Shear Madness,” at the Boston Playhouse. This is a hilarious Improv ‘who dun it’ comedy show and has received praise worldwide, not to mention being voted Best Comedy of the Year SEVEN times by the Boston Globe. Although it started in Boston this show has been produced all over the world and has been seen by over 10.1 million people. So if you are in Boston get down to the Boston Playhouse to see, “Shear Madness,” and see what all the laughing is about.
100 Legends Way
If you want fun for the whole family or just with friends the Garden never disappoints. If you like basketball, then watch the NBA Championship team, the Boston Celtics jump , shoot, and score their way to victory. At the same arena you can also watch the Original Six Boston Bruins shred the ice as they fight their way to another Stanley Cup Championship. But it doesn’t stop at sports. There is always something happening at the Garden, from music to comedy, this famous spot has something for you.
4 Yawkey Way
If you want to find yourself singing ‘take me out to the ball game,’ then there is no better place than Fenway Park to do it. Opening its doors in 1912, Fenway has been home to the Boston Red Sox and Americas favorite sport ever since. People say there is nothing like a Red Sox game because of the environment and the fans, the possibility of seeing the Dropkick Murphy’s perform for their favorite team (yes, they perform at Sox games), listen to the roar of the crowd and watch the mighty Red Sox, hit their way towards a ninth world series victory.