Whether you’re a karaoke veteran or the type who generally needs a few drinks before mustering up the courage to mosey on up to that microphone, the Boston area is a gold mine for those seeking to indulge their inner rock star.
The vintage jukebox still stands tall as a symbol of golden era social networking; a meeting place where small talk, arguments and even first crushes can all take place behind the beat of a favorite song. Here are some of Boston’s best jukebox joints to kick it old school. Just don’t forget the quarters.
Whether it’s classic delta blues or a hard rocking reinvention of the style from any number of today’s rising up and comers, here are some prime Boston-area hot spots to catch catch live blues at its very best.
Jaime Ganson explains why the best place to watch the Bruins games or to grab a beer or a few before heading to the Garden is The Four’s on Canal Street.
With so many new tequila bars all claiming to be the best, a diner may think they are all the same. Here are five, each has it’s own unique qualities to offer.
Here are some favorite “by the glass” spots within walking distance of many Theater District venues.
These five spots are bastions of hope and refinement in a sea of watery drinks and shots of bad tequila, or in other words, Boston’s best cocktails.
Michelle McCormack talks to the author of a book about Boston’s best dive bars.
Boston’s best hangouts for people who love wine and food aren’t just limited to restaurants. There are hotels, museums and wind shops that serve up some great experiences.