1495 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 | (617) 328-0076
Open Today: 11:30am – 1am
Boston is a city of history. It is fitting that the hallowed grounds of Fenway Park have been a mecca for baseball history for nearly a century. As the oldest current baseball stadium in the country, Fenway has a different feel than any of its newer billion dollar counterparts. You cannot escape the history that has transformed itself into legend. From Babe Ruth and Ted Williams, to Bucky Dent, Yaz, and the current World Champions, Fenway Park has seen amazing victories and crushing defeats. Every year another page is added to the storied past. Fenway Park itself has evolved every year as well, with the addition of seats, concessions, and luxury boxes, all adding to the future without marring the integrity of stadium and its history. This year is no different in the continuing evolution, as another historic addition has been brought to the park. Lying beneath the bleachers in center field, a few feet from Ted Williams Red Seat, is newest addition to Fenway. A unique bar, where the patrons are treated to not only great food and drink, but an unprecedented baseball experience. With a window that looks directly through centerfield and into the park, it is the only view of its kind. We would like to welcome you to Fenway’s newest annex, a place where you can not only relax and an enjoy and extraordinary bar experience, but a place where you can feel the very history that is Fenway Park. Welcome to Bleacher Bar.
Located in a vibrant Boston neighborhood, Savin Bar + Kitchen is bringing a new age to Savin Hill. Open seven days a week, this historic site is back on the map. Our new oversized windows, plush seating, reclaimed oak and open kitchen design will surely delight you. Our variety of specialty wines, beers, and mixed cocktails along with our friendly experienced staff is truly something to enjoy. Our menu uses only the freshest seasonal ingredients creating an innovative and well-rounded experience. Our food is enjoyable and boasts many unique twists on classic dishes. The ambiance is comfortable yet with an energetic buzz that has lit up Savin Hill. Savin Bar and Kitchen is a neighborhood gathering place where locals come together to mingle and dine. A restaurant venue for decades, this well established eatery, right across from the red line, makes is easily accessible to the people of Savin Hill and the rest of Boston. Being one of the few restaurants in the area, we have chosen to create a modern environment with traditional values, offering comfortable, classic dishes with modern twists. During extensive renovations in 2010 and 2011, owners Kenneth Osherow and Driscoll DoCanto transformed this former tavern into a warm and inviting space, opening the kitchen and creating additional window space for a well lit, open air environment. The hostess station, columns and exquisite bar were hand crafted by locals from salvaged Vermont oak. Most of the SBK staff originate from the surrounding community which enhances the neighborhood charm and relaxed environment. The SBK offers a diverse wine list with over 20 wines by the glass from all over the world and an extensive cocktail list featuring unique and exciting cocktails. The beer selection is equally diverse with over 20 bottles and draughts, including local Harpoon Brewery, Samuel Adams, and Berkshire Brewing Company selections. An added Tequila Bar offers over 30 quality tequilas from around the world and a list of house margaritas that are sure to please. The venue itself has a long and colorful history. Originally Bulldogs Tavern in the 70’s, it was owned by Edward “The Bull Dog” Connors. After Bulldogs closed, the restaurant was re-christened the Rock Hill Tavern, as the Savin Hill neighborhood was previously known. It was then purchased around 2000 by Arthur Donovan, former proprietor of the once renowned Patty’s Pantry on Dorchester Ave. The restaurant was remodeled as C.F.Donovan’s and gained a loyal following as a neighborhood bar and restaurant. In 2009, C.F. Donovan’s closed its doors. The building and restaurant were acquired by the current owners in August of 2010 and opened as the Savin Bar and Kitchen in March of the following year. With a long history as a vibrant eating and drinking establishment, the current owners plan to run a neighborhood gathering place for many years to come. The SBK continues to be a meeting ground for many locals, friends and neighbors. Patrons hail from all over the area including Savin Hill, Jones Hill, South Boston, throughout Dorchester, the South End and many surrounding towns and communities. From the entire SBK Team, we look forward to serving you very soon.
Established in 2010, Telegraph Hill Kitchen & Bar is located in South Boston, MA. With ownership and management representing over 25 years in the industry, our focus on great service and a welcoming atmosphere truly sets us apart. We are dedicated to providing our customers with the best experience possible, through our friendly professional staff, great food and drinks, and our promise that in our place you will always be treated as a friend. Getting off work and want a place to unwind? Need a place for you and your friends to hang out? Telegraph Hill is the place for you!
Located in the heart of South Boston, Lincoln is a classic American tavern that offers guests a welcoming combination of home-spun, American fare alongside a wide variety of rustic, wood-fire-grilled specialites. Built with the intention of being a comfortable meeting spot for locals looking to share stories at the end of their long day, Lincoln draws inspiration from it’s surrounding, hard-working, and uniquely American neighborhood. Revitalizing a nearly forgotten West Broadway space that at one time housed the area’s only department store, Lincoln feels nostalgic. It’s open-air, tiled-floor cafe, grande bar, and soaring, original tin ceilings remind us of a time when dining halls and supper clubs were a way of life. Grab a booth up front with friends for dinner — or make your way past the lively main bar and into the back room for a more traditional sit-down, dining experience.
Since 1882, Doyle's Cafe remains one of Boston's favorite bars and family restaurants. Our casual dining atmosphere and Irish American infused menu draws locals and tourists to experience a fine casual dining experience. Voted Boston's Best Pub, Doyle's is also a historic landmark in Jamaica Plain offering New England's largest selection of draft beer, and the first home of Sam Adams Beer.
Sunday: 10:30am – 12am
Monday: 11:30am – 1am
Tuesday: 11:30am – 1am
Wednesday: 11:30am – 1am
Thursday: 11:30am – 1am
Friday: 11:30am – 1am
Saturday: 11:30am – 1am
Scenes: Live Music, Sports Bar, After Work, Restaurant, Bar
Cuisines: American, Burgers, Grill Food, Pizza
Music: Country, Live Bands, Top 40
Crowd: Casual Crowd, Younger Crowd, Eclectic
Best Food: Burgers / Sliders, Pizza
Best Drinks: Beer Selection, Mixed Drinks
Highlights: Food Deals, Drink Deals, TV Access
Avg. Entree: $10 - $15
Beer Selection: 42 different beers ranging from your good old American traditional to unique craft selections.
Seating: Small Party or large we can take them all!
Signature Dishes: Burgers and Pizza to die for!
Takeout: Full menu available for takeout.
Private Events: 3 unique function rooms for all size parties!
NFL Sunday Ticket: Guaranteed every NFL game shown!
On Tap: 20 different beers on tap!
Parking Lot: Garage 20 ft from the back door!
TVs: 30+ big screen HD TVs, plus our giant projection TV!
VIP: Private VIP room available for reservation!
Signature Drinks: Unique specialty martinis, frozen drinks and creative cocktails for all tastes!
Best Nights: Trivia Mondays! Country Thursdays! DJ Fridays! Live Bands Saturdays!
Arcade Games: Golden Tee & Buck Hunter Safari
Dart Boards: 3 Dart Boards. BYOD.
Pool Tables: 2 pool tables.