Slide Rock State Park has one of the best-kept secrets in Arizona
1. Hong Kong65 Chatham St, Boston
2. Sissy K's6 Commercial St, Boston
3. The Harp85 Causeway St, Boston
4. Kitty O'Shea's131 State St, Boston
5. Ned Devine's1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston
6. Beacon Hill Pub149 Charles St, Boston
7. Daisy Buchanan's240A Newbury St, Boston
8. Tequila Rain3 Lansdowne St, Boston
Hong Kong is a restaurant/ dance club in the best of ways. Order a Scorpion Bowl and one of six (or six of six!) kinds of popcorn chicken and hit the dance floor!
Ask anyone about Sissy K's, and they'll tell you about the awesome $1.50 Bud Lights. Plus, there's a second floor for dancing off said $1.50 Bud Lights, and cheap apps for soaking up said $1.50 Bud Lights.
Conveniently located, The Harp is a great place to stop on your way to or from TD Garden, or if you are looking for a solid spot to grab a bite or a drink in general. Looking for a DJ-fueled dance party? Just head downstairs!
Kitty O'Shea's brings its Irish pub flavor to Faneuil Hall, hosting two floors of great food (until 10p) and drinks (until 2a).
Ned Devine's Quincy Market is a buzzy, touristy pub that slings traditional British and Irish favorites like corned beef and bangers and mash -- by day, at least. Once the sun goes down, the dilapidated brick walls are washed in green and purple neon light, and the whole place becomes a clubby bar with DJ-ed dance parties and live music.
A well-loved dive bar with everything you could ask for: cheap drinks, a jukebox, and foosball. Pull up a stool and have yourself a $3 'Gansett tall boy, neighbor!
Come to Daisy Buchanan's if you are looking for some great cheese fries, buffalo wings, cheap beers, and rum punch. Make sure you bring cash, and be ready for a rowdy late-night scene.