She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The University of New Haven and Westfield State College. The beer list is also impressive, with over 25 beers on tap and a large selection of ales, wheat beers, sour beers, ciders, and whatever beers are current right now. Sitting under Fenway Park's bleachers this is the only bar in Boston that offers an on-field view. The bar and restaurant specializes in craft beer, regularly rotating through unusual, seasonal drafts and bottles, as well as a select number of ciders. It's just down Tremont a short way from Emilio's Subs, a good bet for a late snack.
Plymouth Check out that big rock you learned about in grade school, then land at The New World Tavern for their substantial beer list and next-level pub fare. Downtown If you just want to bury yourself in the heart of a city consider Downtown. The restaurant is a short walk from such popular gay bars as the Boston Eagle and Trophy Room, and it's not far from other excellent restaurants in the South End. Situated beneath the centerfield bleachers of Fenway Park, The Bleacher Bar is one of the most unique and best places in Boston to watch a game because you can actually see it through the windows that overlook the field. Imbibers can also expect several low octane aperitif-style options and mocktails. Lastly, Branch Line's staff is incredible. The Bleacher Bar has a small menu of burger, snacks, hot and cold sandwiches, soups, salads, and sweets so you can spend the entire 9 innings watching the Red Sox if you wish.
As Boston's favorite gay bear hangout, this cozy and friendly spot down a narrow alley tends to draw a somewhat eclectic crowd, in part because it's the only gay bar downtown. As a city of so many neighborhoods, filled with local places to meet people, learn something new, try something new, and rediscover who you are, Boston and its neighborhoods could be the best thing about your divorce. If that's what you're into - jackpot. Look no further than Fenway. Sports fans swarm this area during baseball season, so lots of men available from the suburbs and beyond. You can join one that might appeal to men over 50.
On the ground floor of the economical and gay-popular Chandler Inn Hotel, Trophy Room was for years Boston's convivial gay sports bar, Fritz as pictured here. Because of the nearby ocean, the terrains of these grapes make their wines particularly suitable for pairing with the pronounced flavors of the fresh, smoky, grilled, and rotisserie dishes Branch Line offers. The concept was developed by Sportello alumna Haley Fortier, and she opened haley. Don't be tempted by the patio seating because that is the one place you can't enjoy Grendel's cheap eats during happy hour. Featuring the amazing greenspaces of Jamaica Pond, and the 265-acre Arnold Arboretum, this neighborhood is popular with young families and professionals. Many marinas offer lessons and it can be an enjoyable skill for you to learn. In the lounge, which is open nightly, you'll find a quieter ambiance.
As a great mixer of interests and entertainment, Kings is worth investing some time in over a weekend. Floor-to-ceiling windows and intimate seating offer a relaxing, calming atmosphere. Dinner, drinks and conversation mark the specialties of Colonial House, a hidden gem out in Norwood, which is something of a town secret amongst the locals. The clientele is friendly, you could enter alone and easily find yourself deep in conversation with whomever plops down on the stool beside you. If you're in town looking to meet locals, and you can stand the occasionally cliquey vibe in the video bar, Club Cafe is a must for gay-bar-hoppers. It can be difficult being a new face in an unfamiliar city. If your tried-and-true methods of meeting singles are getting stale -- flirting at the gym, going to bars, shmoozing at the dog park -- perhaps it's time for a change of venue.
Kendall Square Playful faux dive with sour beers to spare After ingesting so many that you feel you can ingest no more, head directly downstairs to State Park for a second round of fun. Crowds gather round the corner bar in winter and in warmer months flow outside to the stone patio. Whether you're looking for a trail to take your dog for a walk, or a location to enjoy music under the stars, and easy access to downtown, the waterfront provides it all within steps of your front door. I worked at a place that had its Christmas parties there. His work can be found at. Again, not as bad as Stats, but still packed to the brim with guys in their 20s ready to partyyyy.
Jamaica Plain is the perfect destination for those looking for a true family-friendly, inclusive neighborhood to call home. You can do oar shots with your friends spring break! Trust us, interesting singles over 50 are out there, and you don't have to put up with the stench of a seedy nightclub at 2 a. The long-running Ramrod leather bar, which is beside the thumping and more dance-driven Machine Nightclub, has been a fixture for years in Boston's Fenway neighborhood. By now, we know that excellent hospitality is a massive part of running a successful business for Garrett Harker, who also owns several other establishments on this list, and this is a commitment that continues to shine here. . Central Square Cavernous upstarts loft housing serious cocktail program Old-timers remember this place as the Enormous Room, a perfectly acceptable nighttime hangout that became far more alluring in its current incarnation.
A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, George currently resides in a humble New England home with his wife, cat and massive music and film collection. There you'll be met by a smiling face wearing a prohibition era outfit gray pants and matching vest, light colored shirt and red tie. It is, after all, the according to leading experts. In Downtown you'll have access to high end shops, ballet, opera, the Boston Common, historic buildings, and a direct connection to everything that is Boston. Dorchester Dorchester is Boston's most diverse neighborhood with multiple smaller communities built around cultures including those from Cape Verde, Vietnam, and Ireland. Downtown Crossing Twee, charming downtown wine bar This wonderful little wine bar recently opened in Downtown Crossing, bringing something new to an otherwise largely ignored neighborhood of Boston. This is the perfect neighborhood for those looking for love in more traditional settings.
Dark wood and small rooms, invite you to feel like you have taken a step back in time and entered a watering hole from the past. The interior features dark hardwood, black banquettes, and accessories like globes, vintage books, and bankers lamps. Instead, make your way inside and head down the stairs to one of Harvard Square's well frequented bars. With a variety of sports bars, restaurant bars, trendy bars and historic bars there's a bar in Boston that's right for you. You can also find a number of other inviting gay bars just an hour south of Boston in , Rhode Island. Extra credit if you can still recite the Gettysburg Address after all that. Their premium spirits are only given the best of treatments utilizing fresh ingredients in place of pre-made, packaged mixes.