The 23rd Annual Harpoon Octoberfest, held at the Harpoon Brewery in South Boston on the Waterfront, is one of the most anticipated events of the fall around here.
Although some people claim you’d be hard pressed in finding quiet local bars in Boston, there are some that offer an atmosphere in which everyone will still know your name, even without the Pats on in the background.
A Medford man is accused of hurting a woman at a Madonna concert in Boston Tuesday night, because he grew impatient waiting for a beer.
A Hyde Park man is accused of threatening two people with a hypodermic needle after they asked him to buy alcohol for them.
Whether it’s a low key and casual first date, or a booze-fueled night out on the town, the pool hall lives on as a go-to destination for nightly and weekend shenanigans alike. Here are five of the city’s most celebrated places to rack up the fun.
Here are some of the best places to go if you’re seeking to live the high life with your closest peeps––and maybe even a couple of beautiful strangers.
The Boston Beer Company is offering a new beer for newlyweds. Samuel Adams “Brewlywed Ale” is a limited release Belgian-style, pale golden ale.
Here are Boston’s best destinations to keep the good times rolling all the way into the wee hours of Monday morning. Just don’t forget to set that alarm.
Luckily for the thrifty-yet-frisky amongst us, Boston has a great selection of hot dance clubs where free is the name of the game.