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Brighton Beer Garden

386 Market St, Boston, Massachusetts United States

206-789-8187

Restaurant, sports bar, dance club, and all around great place to hang out with friends, Brighton Beer Garden serves it up cold and fresh. Look no further than here for a great night amongst food, friends, and fantasy football (if it's that time of year!). Of course, don't forget to grab yourself a beer while you enjoy all three of these things! [more]

Clery’s

113 Dartmouth Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 262-9874

Clery's Located a block from Copley Plaza at the corner of Dartmouth and Columbus, this bistro and bar earned the title of the 2002 Best of Boston: Best Neighborhood bar, serving more than 400 regulars. Enjoy one of the 16 draught beers either at the bar, by the bistro windows or by the fireplace in a cozy booth when the fickle [more]

Candiland

Boston MA 02116., Boston, Massachusetts United States

Candiland Boston MA 02116. [more]

Game On Fenway

82 Lansdowne St, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-351-7001

Game On! is Fenway's best sports bar and nightclub, offering the ideal place to watch a game with casual dining. A destination since 2005, Game on! seeks to provide the ultimate experience for every sports fan. No need to choose one- this bar offers sports fans great food, drinks, service and plenty of TVs to watch the game. We know that [more]

KINGS Bowling and Billiards

50 Dalton Street, Boston, Massachusetts (Back Bay) United States

617-266-2695

Kings Bowling & Billiards Kings Lanes, Lounge & Billiards features (16) Ten Pin Bowling Lanes, (8) Gold Crown Billiards Tables and 3 bars. Watch all of the hottest sports action on our 5 projections screens and 22 TVs and listen to a trendy mix of music every day and night. Our restaurant is also open every night with $4 apps from [more]

Wilbur Theatre

660 Washington Street , Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 248-9700

Wilbur Theatre The Wilbur Theatre was built in 1914 by the Shubert brothers who named it for their friend and theatre manager A.L. Wilbur. It was built on the site of the former Winthrop School for Girls. The Wilbur was the first Boston theatre to draw its inspiration from American Colonial architecture rather than from European sources. It was [more]