Venue Info

Known For

Beer

The Hideout probably changed its name from Black Horse Tavern because that's exactly what it feels like -- beneath Faneuil Hall's Durgin Park, the bar is a dive in a sea of tourist traps. That said, it does attract its fair share of tourists, but the crowd is a generally laid-back crew looking for an unfussy pint of beer, and perhaps, some solid oysters.

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The Hideout

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The Hideout probably changed its name from Black Horse Tavern because that's exactly what it feels like -- beneath Faneuil Hall's Durgin Park, the bar is a dive in a sea of tourist traps. That said, it does attract its fair share of tourists, but the crowd is a generally laid-back crew looking for an unfussy pint of beer, and perhaps, some solid oysters.