Short description: Just a few steps from the beloved Boston TD Garden, the Harp is the premier destination for North Station excitement. Open for lunch, dinner and late night dining, the Harp is a favorite for happy hour, pre-game gatherings and post-game rallying.With the NFL Sunday Ticket and our huge projection screen, we’ll make sure you never miss a game! Plus we’re home to The Buffalo Bills Backers of Boston!
An energy soaked nightlife scene keeps the dance floor pumping at the Harp until the wee hours with cutting edge live acts and the hottest DJs. If you’re looking for the hottest local venue to host your next event, look no further. The Harp is available for parties and events.
Short description: Lucca Restaurant is situated on bustling Hanover Street and the historic Freedom Trail in Boston’s North End.
Named for the Tuscan town renowned for its extra virgin olive oil, Lucca offers Northern Italian classics, combined with creative innovations that are sure to tantalize the most discriminating palate.
Its attention to detail and focus on superior service make Lucca Restaurant the desired destination for an intimate dinner, business meeting, or casual gathering. Four elegant function rooms render Lucca a popular meeting place for large groups and family gatherings. Upon entering Lucca, the mood is set by stylized music, Italian granite floors, and alluring candlelight. The mahogany bar displays an award-winning array of exotic liquors, Port wines, grappa, and more. This, combined with the century-old granite walls and stained glass, lends the room an aura of warmth and intimacy.
Short description: Beer Works offers freshly prepared foods, hand-crafted beers and friendly service in a fun and energetic setting for any occasion.
Private and Semi-Private Function Areas available for parties of 20-600 [depending on location]. Billiards available [Canal St. location 2nd floor]
Short description: The Four’s Restaurant and Sports Bar, a Boston tradition since 1976, proudly entertains the world’s greatest sports fans with legendary food, service and atmosphere in Boston, Quincy and Norwell. Recognized by Sports Illustrated as the Best Sports Bar in America, the original Four’s is located just steps from the Boston Garden.Our function room is available for Birthday Parties, Christenings, Showers, Wedding Rehearsal Dinners, Small Weddings, Anniversary Parties, Holiday Parties and more.
Store Address: 276 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108, US
Phone: +1 800-847-3817 Email: email@example.com
Store Hours: 8:00-16:00
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Short description: Clarke’s at Faneuil Hall is a fixture in Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall. Since its opening, Clarke’s has been known as “the” bar to frequent. It has great music and is a fantastic place to meet people. In addition to its friendly atmosphere, it has an extensive and eclectic menu, which includes mouth-watering burgers, salads, seafood, kabobs, wraps, soups, sandwiches, appetizers and more. We also have 41 HD TV’s, the most in Boston!
Short description: A gem among giants, The Blackstone Grill specializes in seafood and beef in a warm, inviting atmosphere that makes you feel like you have your own local pub – right in the heart of historic Boston.
Relax with a glass of wine or enjoy a beer from our extensive selection. Chat with our friendly staff. Come with your friends and enjoy a night out.
Your experience will be a memorable one.
The Blackstone Grill building was erected in 1822 – the same year that Boston became a city. It is located in the oldest remaining section of the city – the Blackstone Block. The federalist style building has been home to many establishments over the years including a china shop, a chemist and even a famous ice cream parlor.
The Marshall House opened in 1983 and the current owner took over in 2004, giving it a facelift and restoring the proud historical connection. Since then, we’ve become a stop for locals and visitors alike.
At AMC, connecting you to the freedom and exhilaration of the outdoors is our calling. We invite and help people of all ages and abilities to explore and develop a deep appreciation of the natural world. AMC helps you get outdoors on your own, with family and friends, and through activities close to home and beyond. With chapters from Maine to Washington, D.C., including groups in Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia, you can enjoy activities like hiking, paddling, cycling, and skiing, and learn new outdoor skills. We offer advice, guidebooks, maps, and unique lodges and huts to inspire your next outing. You will also have the opportunity to support our conservation advocacy and research, youth programming, and work maintaining 1,800 miles of trails. We invite you to join us in the outdoors.
Founded in 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of America’s Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.
We believe these resources have intrinsic worth and also provide recreational opportunities, spiritual renewal, and ecological and economic health for the region. Because successful conservation depends on active engagement with the outdoors, we encourage people to experience, learn about, and appreciate the natural world.