FEB 2014

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Boston Fun Fact EW Boston 2014ASCRS 28 Boston nightlife W h ether you're look- ing for drinking, dancing, or just a place to hang out, Boston has a number of different clubs, bars, and other venues to enjoy. Bars Cambridge Brewing Company 1 Kendall Square #100 617-494-1994 www.cambrew.com The Cambridge Brewing Company h as been open for more than 20 years and is the oldest brewery- restaurant in the Boston area. Check out its numerous handcrafted beers and food and wine options. The Cambridge Brewing Company pays particular attention to pairing its foods with its beers. Cheers 84 Beacon Street 617-227-9605 www.cheersboston.com The iconic bar has two locations in Boston: one on Beacon Street and a replica at the Faneuil Hall Market- place. The menu features a variety of food options, incorporating the hit television series into its offerings. Deep Ellum 477 Cambridge Street Allston 617-787-2337 www.deepellum-boston.com Opened in 2007, Deep Ellum was created by Aaron Sanders and Max Toste. It has a number of daily drafts, as well as cocktails, whiskey, bottled beer, and wine. Highball Lounge 90 Tremont Street 617-772-0202 www.highballboston.com Check out the Highball Lounge, a "vintage cocktail bar," to grab a drink and listen to music. The menu features beer, wine, and cocktails, including a selection of highballs. The bar is located in Boston Common in the Nine Zero Hotel. Lord Hobo 92 Hampshire Street Cambridge, Mass. 617-250-8454 lordhobo.com This bar features dozens of draft beers, as well as other classic drinks and new creations. No. 9 Park 9 Park Street 617-742-9991 www.no9park.com You'll find No. 9 Park in Boston's Beacon Hill area, located in a town- house. The menu draws from both Italian and French food from chef Barbara Lynch. Go for a drink and enjoy the selection of wine and cocktails. Stoddard's Fine Food & Ale 48 Temple Place 617-426-0048 www.stoddardsfoodandale.com This restaurant focuses on craft cocktails and local American ales and lagers. At any given time, there could be dozens of drinks options. The historic building and bar add to the atmosphere. Ward 8 90 N Washington Street 617-823-4478 www.ward8.com With the same name as the historic drink first invented in Boston, Ward 8 is located in Boston's North End. The restaurant and bar has a number of food options, including a raw bar. Drinks options include house cocktails like the Ward 8 and New England Daiquiri. Clubs Arc Lounge and Night Club 835 Beacon Street 857-350-3799 arcnightclub.com Source: Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau While the Library of Congress contains the most volumes in the country (29,550,000), Harvard University is second with more than 15,000,000 and the Boston Public Library is third with more than 14,000,000. Source: www.cityofboston.gov February 2014 A SCRS•ASOA Preview • A pril 25-29, 2014 26-37 Boston Preview_EW February 2014-DL2_Layout 1 1/30/14 10:13 AM Page 28

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