Nothing says “happy holidays” like a correctly poured Guinness.
In the spirit of giving, buy your crew a round of Green Bastard shots, made with Stolichnaya, Midori, pineapple juice, orange juice, and a heavy-handed pour of regret. Repeat as necessary.
Regardless if you’re actually Irish or just pretending to be, The Black Rose opens its doors on Christmas for Emerald Isle good times and plenty of Jameson.
Eastern Standard has its own drink philosophy, and yours should be to catch a sleigh ride to this Kenmore stronghold. You might not know all of the ingredients in the cocktail you're drinking (what's a "hop tincture," anyway?), but it tastes so good that it doesn't matter.
Really treat yourself this Christmas with a finely tuned cocktail made just for you, served in a space that looks like the living room you can’t yet afford.
The chills will disappear fast once you settle into one of 24 single malts, or 28 other blends, whiskeys, and bourbons.
Outlook has been going full throttle since it opened, and the holidays aren’t going to stop this new kid on the block. You're gonna want the Common Habits, mixed with Boston’s own Wire Works gin.
All you need to know is that these barrel-aged cocktails transcend any regular ol' Manhattan.
Legal Harborside wants to warm your insides this holiday season with heater-uppers such as its Mexican coffee (Patron XO Café), Honey Apple Warmer (Bärenjäger honey liqueur, Laird’s AppleJack), and the tried-and-true hot toddy with exclusive LSF barrel-selected Eagle Rare 10 Year bourbon.
Forget that insurance company… like a good neighbor, Olde Magoun’s Saloon is there. It'll be open in the evening with its full menu in case mom burned the ham.