Had the carafe of margaritas and nachos after a day of meetings. Great way to wind down. Ordered Mother Goose to go and wasn't disappointed. Wish I was going to be here longer...would for sure go back!!
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In the heart of Boston and off the freedom trial you will find this nice pub that serves cold Sam Adams drafts Get a front window and see the world pass by Sam Adams the statesman and mother Goose the author and John Handcock are...More
This place never disappoints when we go here. The food is always great. Service is awesome. The Beer is coldest in town Plenty of pool tables and darts and plenty of room as well. It is close to the Theater district and you get served...More
Beantown Pub is located in a great location and has great food! I had my first lobster roll at Beantown Pub and I am glad I did! The chucks of lobster were huge and the bun was toasted to perfection. It appeared to be a...More
Stopped in here for some drinks late at night. Not too busy on a Monday. Friendly crowd and bartenders. Good location and easy to find. I am an out-of-towner and was introduced to Ziggy's Holy Devastoly Ale. This beer is amazing and I recommend trying...More
We went here on a Sunday afternoon and seriously, as a visitor or resident, just to be able to say "I had a Sam Adams beer whilst in a bar looking at the grave of Sam Adams across the road in the graveyard" has got...More
Myself and my boyfriend tried to eat here for dinner. Travelling from Australia we were recommended this place from one of our tour guides who told us we had to eat here. Upon trying to enter the premises myself 28 and my boyfriend 27 were...More
Okay, I didn't make that up--it's was the locals say. We truly drink a special Sam Adams beer brewed just for the pub and we were sitting directly across the street from Sam's grave. Good clam chowda!
Beantown is a busy Irish style pub, right in the centre of Boston. We ate here on a Thursday evening, and our food was good, although service a little bit slow, but the place was really full, so this was to be expected. There are...More