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Best Old Timey Bars in Boston

16 Mar

by Kristy

Best Speakeasy Style:
Beehive (Cyclorama Bldg, 541 Tremont)
http://www.beehiveboston.com/

Eastern Standard (Kenmore Sq.)
http://www.easternstandardboston.com/

Drink (348 Congress St, Waterfront)
http://drinkfortpoint.com/

Prohibited (newest Speakeasy, password required and found via Facebook) – ACTUALLY THIS PLACE IS HORRIBLE
http://www.symphony8boston.com/prohibited-boston-bar

Other Old-Tyme bars or great offerings:
Chez Henri (French w/ Cuban twist) (1 Shepherd St, Cambridge)
http://www.chezhenri.com/

Alchemist (live music, cocktails) (435 So. Huntington Ave, JP)
http://alchemistlounge.com/

Deep Ellum (1900s Dallas Blues/Jazz themed bar, beers and cocktails) (477 Cambridge St, Allston)
http://www.deepellum-boston.com/

Jacob Wirth’s (Mahoghany bar, a throwback and a Boston fave since 1868) (31 Stuart St, Boston)
http://www.jacobwirth.com/

Dante (Italian, Bellini bar, views of Boston skyline) (40 Edwin H.Land Blvd, Cambridge)
http://restaurantdante.com/

Oak Bar (reminiscent of a British Officer’s Club in the Orient.) (Fairmont Copley Plaza)
http://www.theoakroom.com/oakbar/

Alibi (in a former jailhouse, jail-themed) (215 Charles St. Boston)
http://www.alibiboston.com/

OLDEST BARS IN  BOSTON:

The Bell in Hand, 45 Union St. Boston (moved from original location)
Warren Tavern, 2 Pleasant St. Charlestown
Union Oyster House (right downtown near Faneuil – be sure to check out Kennedy’s old booth)
Jacob Wirth – 31/37 Stuart St.

Other web resources:
http://www.boston-discovery-guide.com/historic-boston-bars.html

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Posted by on March 16, 2011 in Boston, Food and Drink, Kristy, Travel

 

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