This South End restaurant gets its name from the fact that it stands on the site where Boston used to hang people in the 18th century. Pretty unpleasant. What’s less unpleasant, though, is the place itself: a gastropub with filling food and enough booze to make you start talking to the ghosts who probably hang out in the bathroom. We love the falafel burger, but they also have three different types of poutine, so there’s that.
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No Relation is a secret sushi counter inside of a South End tiki bar that’s also kind of a secret.
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The Ghost Walks
The Ghost Walks is a cool bar in the Theater District with a small menu and a champagne vending machine.
Saloon is a speakeasy in Davis Square that’s so dark you might fall asleep in there (though probably not if it’s burlesque night).
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SRV in the South End is a great Italian restaurant with plenty of room, outdoor space, and pasta.
Trillium is a brewery in the Seaport. The line out the door will be full of people coming for the beer, but the food is actually really good, too.
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