A cool, unique Brewery-Restaurant located across from Fenway Park since 1992. Boston Beer Works has 15 in-house brewed beers on tap at all times, and a food menu featuring over 90 variations of freshly prepared American foods including pub classics and unique specialties.
Taking its vast experience with brews, cocktails and breweries and coupling it with a kitchen that prepares over 100 items made from scratch daily, Yard House has become a modern public house where food beer and cocktail lovers unite.
Beer aficionados will appreciate the 100+ taps and ever-changing chalkboard of the latest and greatest brews from around the corner and around the world. Cocktail lovers will enjoy our delicious variety of handcrafted creations. And the open kitchen keeps everyone entertained as they roll out favorite American dishes with globally inspired flavors. All this in a wide-open but welcoming space big enough for anyone and everyone who shares a passion for beer AND food.
Church is a 225 person capacity, full-fledged music venue adorned with original artwork. The stage plays host to many local and touring artists, with every type of music passing through. Be sure to check our calendar (http://www.ticketfly.com/venue/803-church/ ) for upcoming events. Pool tables and several hi-def televisions are also in the club, showing every Boston sporting event.
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Eat. Drink. Be Happy. What does it take to be a regular at Bar Louie Boston? An enjoyment of the craft and the desire to experience something out of the ordinary. From our Chicago roots, we've always known that having a comfortable place to hang out, get great drinks, scratch food, awesome music, and the best service was something special. We create every Bar Louie with all of that in mind. It might not seem like an easy task, but we want to make sure you have a great time, any time you decide to come in. We could make it easier on ourselves, but we live for the quality and uniqueness of what we create. From our handcrafted everything bar, to our scratch everything kitchen, it's in our DNA to be the best. We're at our best when you're having a great time. It may not be normal and it certainly isn't ordinary, but we believe you deserve more than ordinary. If you're not a regular yet... You will be.
Machine is Boston's and New England's largest gay club and Friday has been the premiere night to go out dancing for 14 years.
”Machine Friday” is considered to be "Boston's Best Night Out" with a great looking crowd, delicious cocktails, state of the art sound and lights, and great music guaranteed.
DJ Jay Ine plays Top 40, remixes, Electro, and vocal house in the big room.
DJ Diver plays the best of the 90's, 2000's, and today in The Ballroom.
Photos by Corey Banda Photography.
Great Drag Show in the Lounge.
The story of the Verb Hotel is one that began way back in 1959 when the Fenway Motor Hotel first opened its doors at 1271 Boylston Street. Located deep in the heart of Boston’s Fenway neighborhood, the two-story building was designed to 1950s modernist ideals by architects Irving Salsberg and Ralph Leblanc. It was a time of optimism, style and, above all, great music.
From the beginning, this mid-century classic had all of those elements. But it’s the bustling backdrop of Fenway, with its mix of finger-on-the-cultural pulse, urban charm and sense of community, that has always played a big part in the hotel’s personality. Its cast of unconventional characters, electrifying music scene and indie edge have all helped shape the events and stories that the hotel has played a part in ever since.
During the last half-century, the changes in Fenway have been profound. Our neighborhood nurtured the music scene of Kenmore Square and the multitude of clubs on Lansdowne Street, gave rise to the pre-eminent alternative weekly newspaper, the Boston Phoenix, housed the offices of iconic and competitive rock radio stations WFNX-FM and WBCN-FM and has been home to a thriving art scene as well as ever-expanding dining opportunities. And let’s not forget a few epic ball games and stadium music performances along the way. Through the decades, the hotel’s status as a home town icon kept growing, like a cool local personality who’s seen it all and has the characteristic looks to prove it!
So it was out of a deep-felt respect for our past, coupled with our wild imagination for what could be, that our dream to breathe new life into the hotel took shape. Our ambition: To return the site to its rightful place as the home of Fenway’s legends and good times while injecting it with all the things our modern guests could want. Enter The Verb Hotel.
On one level, the creation of The Verb is about the style—the painstaking restoration of the architecture, the idiosyncratic touches and colorful references throughout. But on another, it is about the journey to reconnect with our cultural roots. To help us, we enlisted our very own vibe conservators—long-time local cultural observers and players, Stephen Mindich, publisher of the Boston Phoenix, and David Bieber, WBCN Creative Services Director and the Boston Phoenix/WFNX Director of Special Projects—who with real love and attention to detail have summoned up stories and memories of Fenway’s rich music, media and arts scenes.
In many ways, the Boston Phoenix is our kindred spirit; promoter of local music, champion of counter-culture, independent, provocative and passionate. Delving into the treasures of their fabled archives, Stephen and David have curated the authentic events, classic moments and memorable anecdotes and occasions that adorn our interiors. Many of the super-rare pop artifacts and music memorabilia you’ll see are priceless, while all remind us that the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll is alive and well at The Verb.
The bottom line is, The Verb has been around. It’s a character. At the heart and in our hearts. And now it’s back, restored, reloaded and ready to let the good times roll again. Oh, and why the name? Well, if you want to get literary about it, “Verb” describes an action, and a state of being. But we like that it came from “reverb”—a reminder of the music and attitude that’s inspired us all throughout the years.
At ARC Nightclub & Lounge, we cater for every customer. Come by for a Game of Pool, Delicious Dinner, Amazing Cocktails, Great Vibe, Regular Beer Specials and Energetic Staff!
The Front Room, AKA 'The Lounge', with Big Windows, Comfortable Dining Areas, a beautiful full sized Pool Table is the Perfect Place to Enjoy a Bite to Eat and grab a drink regardless of the Occasion!
The Back Room is very inviting and regularly hosts to Very Talented Local and International DJ's with an amazing Atmosphere and UNBELIEVABLE Brand New Sound System.
***Our Backroom is Always available for a Private Party, if you call the bar on 857-350-3799 with enquires ***
Fenway Park is a baseball park located in Boston, Massachusetts, at 4 Yawkey Way near Kenmore Square. Since 1912, it has been the location for the Boston Red Sox, the city's Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise. It is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.Because of its age and constrained location in Boston's dense Fenway–Kenmore neighborhood, the park has been renovated or expanded many times, resulting in quirky heterogeneous features including "The Triangle" (below), "Pesky's Pole", and the Green Monster in left field. It is the fourth smallest among MLB ballparks by seating capacity, second smallest by total capacity, and one of eight that cannot accommodate at least 40,000 spectators.Fenway has hosted the World Series ten times, with the Red Sox winning five of them, and the Braves (then of Boston) winning one. The first, in the park's inaugural season, was the 1912 World Series and the most recent was the 2013 World Series. Besides baseball games it has been the site of many other sporting and cultural events including professional football games for the Boston Redskins, Boston Yanks, and the Boston Patriots; concerts; soccer and hockey games; and political and religious campaigns.