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Warren Tavern, Boston

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#25 of 77 in Nightlife in Boston
The Warren Tavern is reportedly one of the oldest taverns in the state of Massachusetts and one of the most historic watering holes in America. The Warren Tavern was founded in 1780 in Charlestown, Massachusetts and still stands in that block of land today. In the early years of the Warren Tavern it was frequented by many American Revolutionary War heroes such as Paul Revere, Benjamin Franklin , Sergeant David Turner and George Washington.
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  • We had great drafts, cozy and fun atmosphere, and delicious pub food. Our group had the Sons of Liberty burger, the Tavern Burger, the Caribbean Jerk Chicken Sandwich, and Fish and Chips. All of us....  more »
  • Cool historic tavern with tasty food. Came in on a Sunday at lunchtime, ordered clam chowder and pretzel sticks and cheese for appetizers, a lobster roll & fish & chips for entrees. We loved all of...  more »
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  • Words can't begin to describe the experience. This historic tavern had my wife and I actually discussing moving to this neighborhood from Arizona. First off, the clam chowder was absolutely the BEST chowder we have ever eaten, and second place isn't even close (And we're from Seattle originally where seafood better be fresh and amazing). I won't try to do it justice by using words. I think only sounds would begin to scratch the surface. I also got the, "Buttermilk Fried Chicken" sandwich and just repeat everything I said about the chowder. Now to the thing I should have mentioned first. George Washington, Samuel Adams, Ben Franklin and Paul Revere were just SOME of the greats that called this place their favorite watering hole. Oh and by the way, the original tavern that was constructed after it was razed during the battle of Bunker Hill, and one of the first buildings they rebuilt after the war ended (Rebuilt in 1780), IS STILL STANDING! You can walk on the same floors these American heroes did. Enough said. If all you did when you came to Boston was to eat dinner and have a few beers at The Warren Tavern, the trip was worth it.
  • The food was the best I’ve ever had. The seasonal butternut squash ravioli is to die for. The history and atmosphere are just icing on the cake. This is where the locals and well-informed tourists go. Absolutely loved it.

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