The World Cup is a very big deal for these fans, with many city sports bars packing in the crowds to watch every game with baited breath, clenched fists and thirsty palates. Boston is no exception to this notion, so here are some of the city’s best sports bars at which to watch World Cup soccer.
Biking is an extremely common outdoor activity for many Boston citizens during the spring and summer months. Here are some of the best bike trails on the North Shore.
Here are three of the best and most popular booze cruises around the Boston area.
Drinks, dinner and dancing: it’s a weekend tradition for many in the Boston area. Both singles and couples often decide to kick up their heels on a Friday or Saturday night, and there are plenty of options on any given evening in Boston.
Here are five primo spots in Boston to celebrate Cinco De Mayo.
Whether it’s in Southie, the Financial District or the Back Bay, the odds of finding a great bar to watch hockey are always pretty good!
The idea of a “hipster bar” here in Boston should come as no surprise, as there are many trendy, artsy and indie pubs in the city that serve as proper hangouts for the “hipster” population…whether they actually think they’re hipsters or not. Here are five of the best.
Who says it’s unacceptable to mix in some booze with brunch? Here are five of the best boozy brunch options in the city.
Boston, like many large urban cities, has plenty of opportunities for trivia nights. Here are five of the best ways to challenge the brain and have some fun at the same time.
It’s very common for bars and pubs to book cover bands for live music, yet it takes a very special sort of cover band to stand out from the crowd. Here are five of Boston’s best cover bands.