The Landsdowne Pub 9 Lansdowne St, Boston, MA02215 With Guinness and Sam Adams on tap, The Landsdowne Pub possesses the attributes of a quintessential Bostonian Irish…More public house. Located nearby Fenway Park and the House of Blues, the bar serves a menu of Irish and American favorites. Landsdowne also hosts local bands, karaoke night and post game parties.
Summer Shack Boston 50 Dalton St, Boston, MA02115 Summer Shack Boston is a restaurant and raw bar located on Dalton Street, within walking distance of Fenway Park and…More Symphony Hall. Summer Shack has a raw bar which holds more than 4,000 pieces of shellfish and offers a wide range of dishes including seafood, bar food, soups, sandwiches and salads. Some of the restaurant's specialty dishes include oysters, lobster, mussels, grilled clams, snow crab legs, corn dogs, jerked fish, Boston baked beans and much more. The Shack is open for lunch during Red Sox season and dinner year-round.
Skywalk Observatory 800 Boylston St, Boston, MA02199 The Skywalk Observatory, perched high above Boston, is accessible from inside the Prudential Center and is one of the…More best ways to see the historic city. With a 360-degree panoramic perspective, you can see as far as 100 miles away. Get incomparable views of nearby notable sites like Fenway Park, Boston Common, Harvard University and Hancock Tower. Part of the Skywalk Observatory is the nationally renowned restaurant Top of the Hub, where you can receive an unforgettable meal after enjoying an unforgettable view. The venue is also available for private events and can seat up to 600 guests.
Old Town Trolley Tours 800 Boylston St, Boston, MA02199 Using the hop-on/hop-off concept, Old Town Trolley Tours allows you to see the city at your own pace. Spend as little or…More as much time at each site as you want. Among the many sites you can visit are historic Faneuil Hall, Copley Square, Fenway Park, Beacon Hill and, of course, the Old North Church, where hanging lanterns famously signaled the coming of British troops during the American Revolution. Old Town Trolley Tours first began in Key West, Florida, in the early 70s, when some friends who shared a love of history decided to convert an old bread truck and trailer into a tour bus. As the tour grew in popularity, tours were given in a proper trolly car and the company slowly branched out to other cities, starting with Boston. Tour guides on the trolleys are praised for their colorful personalities as well as their vast knowledge of history. Tickets are valid for two consecutive days, and you can begin or end your tour at any one of the 18 stops along the route.
Jillian's 145 Ipswich St, Boston, MA02215 Jillian's is a three-floor entertainment complex right behind Fenway Park that is fun for individuals of all ages.…More Jillian's boasts two full-service restaurants, a billiards room, a bowling lounge, dance floors, plasma TVs and private rooms for all occasions. The first floor houses Tequila Rain, a restaurant, bar and nightclub that serves up a menu of Southwestern fare and has TVs, a full bar and a dance floor where guests can dance the night away. On the second floor is Jillian's Billiards, an expansive room of 30 professional billiard tables, table tennis and Foosball tables, a wall of plasma TVs and a full bar. Finally, the third level is home to Lucky Strike Lanes, which houses 16 bowling lanes, TVs, a full bar, pool tables and food service including private rooms for buffets. Jillian's hosts all types of private functions and parties, including kid's birthday parties at Lucky Strike and bachelorette parties at Tequila Rain. Individuals must be 18+ to enter after 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and must be 21+ to enter Fridays through Sundays.