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The Black Rose draws tourists and locals alike into a jovial drinking atmosphere. The bartenders here know how to pour a pint of Guinness, and most will have a brogue, too. Dark walls and smoky air give an Irish pub feel. Two floors have long tables for large groups and stages for live entertainment. The noise level inside does get rather loud, especially on weekends when local bands perform. The kitchen serves burgers and sandwiches, although most patrons come for the drinks and music.
Downtown Boston, known for crowds and noise, has a hidden-away bar and eatery with an elegant touch. Silvertone Bar & Grill is popular with the corporate crowd looking for a place to relax and eat. There are candlelit booths for diners, and a small bar area for everyone else. The menu features entrees, such as pasta, steak, meatloaf and daily fish specials are simple yet tasty. However, it is the cocktails served here that grabs the fancy of regulars, and are worth the money.
This bi-level Irish bar has a vintage charm to it that is very appealing. Durty Nelly's is a nice spot to unwind for tourists, shoppers, professionals and singletons. Their drinks are inexpensive so there is no need for any happy hour as every passing hour is merry. Indulge in the tradition fare of Ireland at this amicable pub and make new friends over a conversation.
Highlighted with red and yellow paint strips, Hong Kong, is a Chinese themed restaurant and bar. The restaurant first opened in 1954, and concocted their first 'Scorpion Bowl and ever since it is one of the famous cocktail bowls in the sphere. The pub is known for its nightlife activities and patrons flock to delight at the bar and enjoy the live music, up-beat dance floor and Karaoke at the bar. The food menu is diversified as it has American and Chinese food choices. The menu is composed to meet all taste sizes and serves specialties like, Chicken Fingers and Beef with Mushrooms. The venue also houses buffet option for meals. It hosts live musical events, where-in patrons are welcomed to enjoy their enticing choices of spirits and cocktails. The upbeat, trendy, and fancy environment at the venue, is praised by the locals.
Battery Park Bar & Lounge is not only a sports bar but also an American restaurant. Their 17 high definition flat screen televisions are a delight to sports fans and you can catch a game from any corner of the establishment apart the patio. Its old Boston look is accentuated by the deep red mahogany wooden accents. Take a sip of beer from any of their 16 draft brews or wine from their impressive list. Relish their Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich, Buffalo Chicken Rangoon, Crispy Honey Cayenne Chicken Wings, The Texas Ranger Burger, Lobster Mac n Cheese and Blackened Chicken Quesadilla.
Technically, Ned Devine's is the bottom floor of a three-story bar, lying underneath the Parris Lounge and Nightclub. On busy nights, expect to wait in line and pay a cover, but admission includes all three floors. A dress code applies during the summer, so don't expect a casual evening—no hats, flip flops, jerseys, sneakers, or tank tops. Drinks are moderately priced, as martinis are the norm these days. Get your money's worth with the Wobbler Martini, a combination of five premium liquors and a splash of fruit juice. Full menu also available for dine-in or take-out.