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Stoddard's Fine Food & Ale is one of the neighborhood favorite bars and lounges situated in an old historic building that survived the fire in 1872. The decor of the place is rustic with some garments on display, depicting the former corset store located here. This traditional American gastropub has over 75 beer selections, along with other spirits and mixes on offer. Chef Mark Cina has put together a though-out menu which features classics like beef tatare, chicken wings and more. Call ahead to check for more information.
Rock Bottom is a friendly restaurant and bar, where the ambiance is warm and full of fun. Being a great after-work bar, Rock Bottom serves comfort food like egg rolls, burgers, sandwiches and more that go well with beers and more. Enjoy watching your favorite match with your friends while munching on some bar food and sipping on your favorite beer. Apart from classics like steaks and mac and cheese, Rock Bottom also offers a kids menu that features dishes like buttered noodles, grilled cheese and more. The space offers a banquet for private hire, call ahead for more details.
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://
Its location across from Fenway Park makes this spacious microbrewery a favorite when the Red Sox are in season, and it remains popular year-round. Fun and loud, Beer Works is a great place to sample some brews. Dark-beer lovers may enjoy a pint of Muddy River Porter or Buck Eye Oatmeal Stout. Lighter brews include Allston Mild and Blueberry Ale (with real berries floating in the glass). Menu items range from the bizarre (fried pickles) to the tried-and-true (French fries). There is another Boston location at 112 Canal Street.
Named after a section of Dallas famous for its energy, music, and entertainment, the Deep Ellum's goal is to provide guests affordable American comfort food and rare draft beer. The bartenders try to treat customers like friends, mixing with newcomers and locals while sliding beers down the bar. Apart from beer, the beverage menu also includes cocktails, whiskey and wine. Reservations are not accepted.
Publick House has a large selection of beers. With 20 beer taps, micro-brews and imported ales it is a veritable beer heaven. Young people frequent this place for after work drinks and for the singles scene. The food is eclectic and tasty especially after the long wait for a table. The menu is inspired by German and Belgian pubs and has the ambiance and decor to go with it.