Boston is a city where you can get some of the best brews and cocktails in the country. Here are the best bars, wineries and breweries in the city.
528 Commonwealth Ave., Boston
Eastern Standard has a reputation of being THE flagship bar of Boston. Any time one comes to Back Bay, this is a destination pub. Often rated by various beverage and brewery associations nationally as the best, the french brassiere attracts locals and tourists from all around. It is the a staple in the Kenmore
Address: 7 Sanborn Court, Somerville
Looking to impress a friend or a colleague from out of town, take them here. The Drink of the Week is always impressive. Good luck finding the bar, though. It has a door with hardly any indication of it being there. However the drinks make the hunt worth it.
Address: One Kendall Square, Building 300 (Lower Level), Cambridge
This vintage bar has hipster vibes all year long.this laid-back spot is like visiting a bar in Anytown, USA. Whether to grab some big city food or drinks, this is a place where new friendships were made at the shuffleboard table. Enjoy the old-school analog jukebox while the bartender shakes you up a stiff drink.
OAK Long Bar + Kitchen
138 St. James Ave., Boston
Located in the heart of Back Bay, the hand-crafted cocktails in the Fairmont Copley Plaza gives a modern twist of farm-style tables and delicious food. It’s warm ambiance and vaulted ceilings bring visitors back long after their Fairmont stay. This is a popular spot for mature crowds after 5.
Straight Law Bar
Address:999 Beacon St., Brookline
named after the cocktail, Straight is located inside a Tapas bar and has a broad selection of cocktails to choose from. It’s extensive wine collection makes this a hotspot for wine and cocktail lovers with great pairings of cheeses and other delicious entrees.
-Allen A Garzone II, Garzone Real Estate, Inc, Boston Real Estate Agent