999 Beacon Street Brookline, MA 02246 +1 617 277 8272
Authentic, creative and sometimes salty tapas are the specialty at Taberna de Haro, including frog legs, octopus, garlicky mushrooms and grilled asparagus. Fear not, as there is plenty of sherry and sangria to wash it down. You cannot order large plates here, so experiment with the wide selection of tapas. The warm yellow walls and small tables add to the laid-back atmosphere. Summer dining outdoors is a joy in this fun corner of Brookline.
290 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02115 +1 617 585 1100
The New England Conservatory is one of the oldest music institutions in the country. They offer an array of graduation and post-graduation degrees and courses every year. The conservatory comprises of three huge buildings. The Jordan Hall is the central performing space in the complex. The splendid decor of the hall and the building is reminiscent of the olden times and creates the perfect ambiance for musical performances.
82A Lansdowne Street Boston, MA 02215 +1 617 262 2424
Could there be a better location for a sports bar than at one of the most iconic sporting venues in the country? 'Bleacher Bar' is more than just a reference to the sports theme; this watering hole is located under Fenway Park's bleachers, not far from the famous Red Seat. On game days, Bleacher Bar, with its unbeatable combination of beer and views, is undoubtedly the best seat in the house!
1270 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02215 +1 617 867 6526
A great place to spend time before or after the Sox game, The Baseball Tavern is a friendly bar with lots of television screens. Simple food like Fried Clam, Chicken Tenders and Garlic Parm Fries can be enjoyed over mugs of beer. The rooftop deck is great for events and its proximity to the Fenway Park stadium is another bonus, resulting in baseball fans having a stopover here.
82 Lansdowne Street Boston, MA 02215 +1 617 351 7001
Game On is indeed the place to get your game on. With over 90 flat screen televisions located throughout the bar, its easy to keep up with your favorite sports teams. Serving more than just typical bar food, Game On features an extensive menu with fresh salads, pizza, chicken wings, crab cakes and even fresh oysters. Relax on one of their many comfortable couches or lounge chairs that adorn the area, or choose a table and booth near the front for casual dining. Be sure to check their website and twitter feed for game times and events. The bar is also available for private parties and will impress your guests with top notch catering and friendly service. Voted "Best of Boston" four years in a row, this sports bar is sure to please.
1254 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02215 +1 617 536 1950
Machine Nightclub is a lively dance venue, located in the Theater District. Popular with the gay crowd, the club hosts some of the most popular nights in the city's gay nightlife circuit. We-Play, the Friday night gay dance party is an especially popular affair. The expansive space is available to host your private parties as well. So if you are in mood to have a great night out, come and check this place out.
15 Lansdowne Street Boston, MA 02215 +1 888 693 2583
House of Blues Boston is your ticket to a night full of hip music and great food. Lounge around in this intimate space and enjoy watching the energetic crowd grooving to the upbeat sounds. The happening events and private parties held here set the ball rolling.
Located in King's Back Bay, this is an 85 seater restaurant, billiards and pool place, bowling alley all rolled into one. The interiors are contemporary and retro with dim lighting and comfortable seats to lounge around in. Background scores of the Beatles, Coldplay and The Kinks adds to the comforting ambiance of this place. This restaurant is also an ideal setting as an after-work spot for dinner, drinks and socializing. The restaurant caters to crowds of young professionals and the menu is an eclectic mix of comfort foods and appetizers. Some favorites include sesame-ginger wings and fried potato rings with bacon and bleu cheese. Sip on a peaches and cream martini while you enjoy your game of pool.
Who's On First worships the Red Sox baseball team just like every red blooded Boston resident. The sports bar cum nightclub is choc-a-block on game night with a free entrance to the patio area. When there isn't a game on, the bar turns into a happening nightclub, it helps that it is right across the street from Boston University. The club has themed nights with something new everyday. Who's On First has special parties planned every once in a while and you can also rent out the space for private parties!
69 Kilmarnock Street Boston, MA 02215 +1 617 236 7600
If music is your religion then head to this downtown venue, simply called as-Church. Shuffle between the restaurant to grab a quick bite and the club to head-bang to the latest live act on show. As many as 225 people are welcome at a time. A cover charge is to be paid, as you do your part to help the unknown and upcoming bands make their bones towards international acclaim. Sundays though is reserved for DJ's where some known and forgotten classics are spun. Ample parking is available besides the venue for free.
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