62 Brookline Avenue Boston, MA 02215 +1 617 536 4840
Cask'n Flagon is convenient for some beer before or after a Red Sox game. Expect lines at this and all of the other bars around the ballpark during the season. But once you are in, you will be among fans. The walls are covered with photos of past and present Sox stars, and there is plenty of space to keep track of the action. A 100 foot island bar, six foot projector televisions, a dance floor and a DJ-booth fill in the area for an enhanced game experience. The menu that was once mostly sandwiches and burgers, has now been upgraded to include Fried Cheese and Crab Cakes, fresh tossed pizzas and the likes. Don't let Flagon's new sparkle fool you, patrons testify it has still retained it's original easy-going sports bar atmosphere.
465 Huntington Avenue (Museum of Fine Arts) Boston, MA 02115 +1 617 267 9300
The well-respected Museum of Fine Arts, Boston cuts loose at night with kung fu movies, television advertising festivals and other avant-garde movie choices. Inside the theater, you will find a diverse crowd enjoying stadium seating and surrounded by portraits of cherubs. Much of the film program focuses on the cinema of different regions; past festivals have included Arab, Asian and Iranian films. Approximately 450 screenings are presented at the museum yearly.
2257 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02140 +1 617 547 4700
Grand Prix Café is a sidewalk café, on a quiet part of Massachusetts Avenue, away from the noise and traffic of Davis Square. Before guests walk in, they can choose from the menu posted on the window. A coat rack near the entrance, a plasma television mounted on the wall and a red lounge chair give Grand Prix Cafe the homey feeling that makes guests want to stay and then come back. The floor to ceiling windows, through which guests can enjoy the sunshine, illuminate the small tables and give Grand Prix Café an open feeling. They offer free Wi-Fi, serve coffee, sandwiches and pastries and for those concerned about the environment, Grand Prix Café is Green.
195 Concord Turnpike Cambridge, MA 02138 +1 617 876 5533
Having trouble deciding between billiards and bowling? Are your candlepin bowling friends fraternizing with tenpin loyalists? You want to watch the game, but the children want to play pinball? Make everyone happy at this two-story funhouse. Whether you are watching the computerized bowling scores or Monday night football, there is plenty here to keep you and your family and friends amused. An adjacent-and smoky-lounge serves food, beer and cocktails. Does not accept credit cards; accepts cash only.
255 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116 +1 617 451 2229
Abby Lane strikes the right balance between casual and upscale dining. Executive Chef Jason Santos prepares a contemporary American menu heavily influenced by Asian and French flavors. With a creative spin on the classics, the menu features pan-seared duck, split-roasted half chicken, clam chowder and an array of pizzas to accompany drafts sparkling wine and inventive libations. Its proximity to Theater District makes it a go-to destination for guests looking to dine before or after a show. The family-oriented space boasts neighborhood views, low seating and chic decor for an old-worldly and sophisticated feel.
279 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116 +1 617 338 7699
If you dream big of a social life like those of celebrities, Royale is your claim to fame. The club was born in 1918, when Dave Ralph got together with designer Tom Telesco to transform an opera hall into the most mesmerizing and infectious party venues there is to know. The interiors are grand with a staircase as well as a balcony and a ballroom. Living by nature, the club follows eco-friendly rules even in the construction of the venue. The approximate 33,000 square feet (3065.8 square meters) venue has the best in sound and light equipment to deliver an experience you will not forget.
1 Boylston Place The Alley Boston, MA 02116 +1 617 351 7000
Regarded as one of the most sophisticated nightclubs of the city, The Estate is a swanky club that is frequented by A-list celebrities. The club hosts top class DJ nights where the best acts from New York, Las Vegas and Los Angeles are invited to move the crowd to chart-buster hits. The huge dance floor is crowded with music enthusiasts during these events. With a capacity to accommodate more than 800, The Estate houses four smaller rooms inside its premises that redefine luxury and sophistication. These VIP rooms are used for private functions, parties and glamorous events like fashion shows and film shoots.
120 Boylston Street Tufte Performance Production Center, Emerson College Boston, MA 02116 +1 617 824 8500
Located inside the Tufte Performance Production Center of the Emerson College, the Greene Theater is a 108-seat performing arts venue. The theater is usually used by the arts department of the college to stage experimental performances and other plays that are revolutionary and therefore fun to watch. If you are a lover of performing arts, attending a show here might be very interesting for you.
10 Boylston Place Boston, MA 02116 +1 617 824 8500
Located in the area of the famed Emerson College, Emerson Stage stands tall as the venue for popular events and programmes. It is also the producing organization of the Department of Performing Arts at the college.The events showcases the talents of the students itself as well as is a platform for guest artists.
10 Avery Street Ritz-Carlton Boston Common Boston, MA 02111 +1 617 574 7176
The Gallery is a beautiful restaurant located in the heart of one of Boston's plushest hotels, The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common. With a lovely fireplace to illuminate its interiors coupled with a premium set of drinks and some great food before you, this is a great place to spend a cold Boston evening. The cozy, comfortable yet elegant atmosphere of The Gallery, is perfect to while away lazy wintry afternoons in the company of great food and awesome drinks. The beautiful artworks adorning the walls of The Gallery will leave you completely awestruck even as you devour some really delicious tapas offered here. Don't forget to try their signature cocktails too.
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