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The Omni Parker House Hotel named this establishment after a saying coined by former Boston mayor James Michael Curley. The warm and inviting watering hole has an old world atmosphere. It was popular with politicians in the past and has a small repository of its twentieth century clientele with pictures of politicos and senators adorning its walls. Its location in the Financial District means it draws in the business crowd. Apart from the usual cocktails and fine drinks, The Last Hurray has an enviable selection of local whiskey. They also serve tasty bar bites. A great place unwind after a hard day's work with friends and colleagues, The Last Hurray might just charm you.
The Hub Pub has a convivial atmosphere and a cozy look due to its dim lights and wooden accents. Its wraparound bar is the center of attraction as it is decked with all kinds of liquor, local brews and famous crafts. Catch a game on any of their many televisions or just unwind with a drink or two.
This 2.5-hour mystery dinner has been entertaining visitors for over a decade. A murder mystery is presented in four acts, between which you enjoy four courses served by the actors. Digest the clues while you dine on your choice of entrees, and you can compete with other guests for the "Super Sleuth" prize offered at the end of the show. Call to reserve seats for a private party or for parties of ten or more.
This pub near Faneuil Hall has a popular Irish bistro menu. The atmosphere is relaxed, warm and casual. A long mahogany bar has plenty of Guinness taps. Pull up a seat and prepare for a pint and live Irish music and bands five nights a week. The restaurant bills itself as having food with Celtic origins. Entrees include boiled dinners, shepherd's pie, beef stew and grilled salmon. Seafood lovers should try the Kilmacalog, traditional mussel chowder. The baked brie, cottage pie, Irish brown bread and black Angus steak are recommended.