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1. Rosa Mexicano155 Seaport Blvd, Boston
2. The Barking Crab88 Sleeper St, Boston
3. Sam's at Louis60 Northern Ave, Boston
4. The Whiskey Priest150 Northern Ave, Boston
5. 75 on Liberty Wharf220 Northern Ave, Boston
6. Temazcal Tequila Cantina250 Northern Ave, Boston
7. Legal Sea Foods Harborside270 Northern Ave, Boston
8. Harpoon Beer Hall306 Northern Ave, Boston
Grab some shade behind the foliage of Rosa's Seaport Blvd patio whilst you take down their signature (since "When Doves Cry" topped the Billboard charts!!) frozen pomegranate margarita made with silver tequila and pomegranate juice.
Grub includes favorites like Jonah crab claws, spicy beer-battered shrimp (tossed in soy molasses sauce), and steamed lobsters.
Fan Pier bar and restaurant located in the Seaport District above the Louis Boston clothing store.
Right next to sister spot Atlantic Beer Garden, The Whiskey Priest takes the Irish pub scene to the waterfront with a roof patio and harbor views. While ABG is all about beer, TWP puts liquor first. There's a huge selection of whiskey (try one of the flights), but there's also more than 65 brews, including 35 drafts. As for food, expect Irish-accented fare (cheese fries with Irish bacon, corned beef sandwiches) as well as classic bar food (buffalo chicken sliders, tater tots).
75 on Liberty Wharf's the airy, window-heavy sister spot to Beacon Hill fave 75 Chestnut, built into a vacant glass-walled, kiosk-like building at the end of Fish Pier.
Venture on down to Liberty Wharf for a taste of Mexico with a side of ridiculous waterfront views. The kitchen’s got a James Beard-award-winning chef, who spent some time South of the border and brought back a pages-long roster of inspired dishes to the Seaport.
The mother of all Legal Sea Foods, Legal Harborside is the upscale seafood chain's flagship restaurant on the Boston Waterfront. The 20,000sqft space takes over three floors, each with a different concept. The first floor is a nod to the restaurant's heritage as a casual all-day seafood market, complete with picnic tables and an oyster bar (up to 14 varieties of oysters are offered daily). On the second floor, a more formal dining room serves a sophisticated menu (you won't find any lobster rolls up here). Finally, overlooking the harbor on the third floor is a massive roof deck with wines by the glass, sushi, and small bites.
This German-style beer hall from the Harpoon Brewing Company holds 300 brewthusiasts and offers a view of the skyline (when you're not looking into the bottom of your glass wondering where all your delicious beer disappeared to).