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The restaurant opened in 2001 and has become a beloved neighborhood mainstay. Diners come for food that is prepared daily from scratch, using fresh ingredients and the highest level of care. The bars are filled nightly with an eclectic mix of longtime Somerville residents and neighborhood newcomers. Guests enjoy a rotating selection of first-rate [more]
City's BEST 2006 - Cheap Eats AOLcityguide Not very many Irish pubs in the Boston area offer a minimalist approach. With live bands, obnoxious DJs and cramped quarters, most bars can be a real turnoff. Not so with the Thirsty Scholar. Trivia on Sundays and the occasional televised soccer match is all you'll get in the way of entertainment. [more]
While celebrating our 5 year anniversary, we would like to thank you for supporting local family-owned business! Bull McCabe's is a traditional Irish Pub located in Union Square, Somerville. Featuring great food, great drink, live music & a cozy neighborhood feel, Bull McCabe's appeals to the masses. We opened on October 9th, 2008. After four [more]
Come explore our 28 taps of local and imported craft beer and a weekly rotating cask of local ale, each one served in its own distinctive glass. We also feature a well curated selection of small batch bourbon whiskey brands. Enjoy them with something from our innovative menu featuring traditional and creative burgers, signature sandwiches, and [more]
There has been a bar at PJ Ryan's location since at least the 1950's. In 1999 Conor Brennan and Kenneth Kelly opened PJ Ryan's they completely transformed the space that had been the Station Cafe. They revealed the original tin ceiling and brick wall, added Mahogony Koa hard wood floor, and installed as a barback a 1930's pharmacy counter. [more]
If you’ve got the urge for the thickest, juiciest, freshest, most mouth-watering burger around, point your carnivore compass to R.F. O’Sullivan’s Pub, in Somerville, Massachusetts. At O’Sullivan’s, they fire up the grill for about 400 pounds of hamburger every week. These burgers are big. Each belly-busting beast is a half-pound of [more]