Experience Boston Nightlife
Landmark Watering Holes Nearby
Even after the sun sets, Boston stays lit up with nightlife. Some of the city’s leading not-to-be-missed hotspots are listed below.
Kings Bowling & Billiards
50 Dalton Street
Makes for a great night out with friends and families. There are 16 bowling lanes, a billiards room, multiple bars and lounges with a full-service restaurant.
Top of The Hub
800 Boylston Street
Enjoy a sophisticated ambiance, 52 floors above the Back Bay with beautiful views of the city skyline at night
348 Congress Street
There is no set drinks menu here. You tell your bartender what you like, or which spirits you prefer, and they'll whip up something you never knew you needed. Queues can be long on weekends, so head in early or drop by on a weeknight.
541 Tremont Street
The Beehive is considered a neighborhood café for Artists. The rustic-style stage supports live jazz and cabaret nightly. Offers late-night food.
47 Massachusetts Avenue
Located on the corner of Marlborough Street in the city's Back Bay neighborhood, Asta is a chic and classy bar and restaurant with an experimental, inventive menu of food to accompany its extensive wine list.
Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market
Faneuil Hall is packed with over 10 different bars and clubs all within a few steps from each other. There is always something going on and always a crowd here. Everyone from locals to tourists meet up and have a blast till the late hours of the night.
North End (Little Italy Bars & Cafes)
Hanover & Salem Street
The North End is an ideal spot for an early dinner followed up by cocktails. Even better, they have outdoor seating.
100 Stuart Street
Tunnel Boston is a champagne and dance bar, located near Boylston Station and Washington Street. It features a bright, modern decor and a selection of fine bubbly, spirits and beer.