Fall is the PERFECT time to plan the Ultimate Boston Pub Crawl. Grab some friends and head out to these historic and iconic establishments! Cheers! (literally–don’t miss this one!)
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Visit the bar that made the TV show famous and where everyone knows your name.
The original Cheers was established in 1895 and is still located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood at 84 Beacon Street. The replica location opened in 2001 in Faneuil Hall at the Quincy Market.
Take the Norm Burger Challenge! If you can finish the Norm Burger, you’ll earn a place in their hall of fame for all to share in your glory!
Hint: If you go to the website and enter your contact info you will get 15% off your next purchase in-store or online.
Located at 41 Union Street (right on the Freedom Trail), The Union Oyster House is a national landmark and noted for being America’s oldest restaurant. The building dates back to Pre-Revolutionary days, and started serving food in 1826. The stalls and oyster bar are exactly where they were when Daniel Webster was a customer.
According to their website: For the past 40 years, The Black Rose has been Boston’s premier Irish pub and restaurant. Located in the heart of Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall and steps from the city’s celebrated waterfront, The Black Rose has been serving up perfect pints of Guinness and traditional Irish fare 365 days a year since 1976.
It’s a beloved Boston institution, prompting the Boston Globe to call it “The Fenway Park of Irish pubs.”
I’ll Just Stick to Beer, Thank You!
Check out this list of 13 Amazing Breweries in Boston.
Don’t want to plan your own Boston Pub Crawl?
Join the Freedom Trail Foundation’s Historic Pub Crawl Group Tour.
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