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Pubs and Restaurants

From the North End to the South End Boston has many varied establishments where one can eat and drink. In the mood for some 'chowdah' as the locals would say? How about a beer in a centuries-old pub in the Haymarket and nearby Quincy Market, home to many Irish pubs. Or enjoy a meal and a glass of wine sitting at an outdoor café on a beautiful summer's evening while watching the city pass you by. Boston has it all from the many high-end dining and drinking establishments throughout the city to the historic pubs and sports bars around the sporting venues.

In the Beacon Hill and Back Bay areas, or along the Waterfront (including the rapidly expanding Seaport District) there are many restaurants from which to choose. Before or after a Celtics and Bruins game gather in the pubs and sports bars near North Station, as well as the establishments in the Fenway Park area catering to the Red Sox crowds. All areas, including Downtown boast outdoor patios for al fresco dining. Take the MBTA boat across the harbor to Charlestown for a historic tour of the Navy Yard and the USS Constitution. Shown is a Lobster special dinner featured frequently at Mt. Vernon Restaurant in Somerville.

Goody Clovers Bistro