40 "Day Drinking" restaurants in Boston.
Samuel Adams is a brewery in Jamaica Plain, but you knew that already.
Down The Road in Everett is a great brewery, and not just because it’s one of the few places in Boston where you can eat with your dog.
Bone Up, a brewery in Everett, is a great smaller, chiller alternative when Night Shift is too crowded.
There are a lot of reasons to love Lamplighter, a Cambridge brewery. You’ll probably find one of them within minutes of walking in.
Mariel is a Cuban restaurant downtown. Don’t let all the selfies distract you from the fact that it’s actually really good.
Trillium Fenway is the much smaller (but still crowded, because Trillium) Fenway outpost of one of Boston’s best breweries.
Biddy Early’s is a well-worn, honey, sort of divey pub in Downtown Boston. We love it, you love it, and let’s all thank god it still exists.
Ducali isn’t as famous as some other well-known North End pizza places, but one day it might be.
Shay’s is an Irish pub in Harvard Square that also thinks it’s a wine bar, which is cute.
The L Street is an Irish pub in South Boston that will make you contemplate whether you like apples.
Croke Park (AKA Whitey’s) is a dive in South Boston that’s so popular it’s no longer a dive.
KO Pies is a chill spot for meat pies and outdoor Jenga on the industrial waterfront of East Boston.