Green Dragon Tavern
The Green Dragon Tavern dates as far back as 1714, and though it's no longer located inside its original building, you won't be disappointed with the atmosphere, the live music, OR the hearty pub food. Try the oysters or some of its Irish Stew.
If you’re looking for a cold one along Boston’s famed Freedom Trail, stop into the Green Dragon Tavern for a historic pint. Established in 1654, The Green Dragon’s original location was just blocks away on Union Street until it was demolished in 1854. Known as “The Headquarters of the Revolution,” the Boston Tea Party was planned on site and has since been documented as Paul Revere’s favorite watering hole. Reincarnated on Marshall Street, the bar is adorned in revolutionary memorabilia and memories from the old location, plus it offers a menu of traditional dishes like Guinness Beef Stew, Cottage Pie, Shepherd’s Pie, and a sampler that allows you to try all three.