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Tom English's Cottage may not be the typical old-world Irish tavern one may expect, but is a blend of Irish hospitality, food and a modern Boston ambiance. The drinks offered here are delicious, and is sure to please your palate and pocket. You can even carry your own food along, but the fish and chips is a definite must-try. Dart boards, pool tables and Buck Hunter are available to while away your time here. Tom says no to credit cards, so carry ample cash while visiting this watering hole.
This local Irish bar was made famous by the movie Good Will Hunting, which filmed several scenes here. The movie's stars, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, are from nearby Cambridge and spent some nights here as well. Photos from the filming grace the walls. The bar doesn't serve food, just munchies, but the beers are very reasonable. Local residents crowd in here and the bar also draws those interested in the bar's movie history.
If you have difficulty making choices, this place is your nightmare as there are over 100 different beers to choose from behind the bar. Bukowski's is a thoroughly pleasant place to enjoy a pint and some simple pub-style food. The menu features the popular Bukowski burger as well as entrees ranging from wraps and tuna melts to buffalo wings and veggie specials. Visit this place if you are a beer lover.http://
While there might not be a fireplace at JJ Foley's Fireside Tavern, the ambiance surely is a fiery one. The décor is no-frills, but they have a jukebox churning out music, and dartboards and arcade games around which the crowd huddles. The drinks are delicious and will go easy on your pocket. Foley's doesn't offer food, however, you are free to walk in with your own meal. JJ Foley's Fireside Tavern never fails to offer everyone a good time.