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Your Go-To Place for Cocktails?

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What restaurant or bar in the Boston area do you typically go to for a cocktail? And what drink(s) do you typically get there? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted by hiddenboston)


lukeoneil47 wrote:
West side lounge and noir.
(Posted on 4/5/11)

Mr. Scott wrote:
The bar and drinks at Bergamont are really fun. Love their Martinez. Plus they tweet.
(Posted on 4/5/11)

amcdonne wrote:
Since everyone already mentioned Drink, also don't miss out on Craigie on Main's cocktail whim. You get four miniature cocktails that progress in courses, made with the same creativity and attention to detail as their food.
(Posted on 4/6/11)

Ian wrote:
Eastern Standard, for sure!
(Posted on 4/6/11)

jq wrote:
Cuchi Cuchi!!!
(Posted on 7/20/11)

julie wrote:
Green Street Grill in Central Square!
(Posted on 7/20/11)

E.S. wrote:
Clio is doing the most creative yet still classic things with cocktails in the city. While Drink is obviously great and garners a lot of attention due to John Gertsen (much deserved) Todd Maul at Clio is taking the art of preparing classic cocktails to the next level...unmatched in Boston. He is a historian, a scientist and a bartender all rolled into one. Plus, he wields a massive 100 drink cocktail list versus the small rotation of cocktails that Drink will make. Try Clio bar and you will see. Todd Maul gets it done.
(Posted on 7/20/11)

Shepard wrote:
Drink - superb, 1st choice
Lord Hobo - does a nice job
Craigie on Main - Ardoise is sublime
Pigalle - always interesting
(Posted on 7/21/11)

LP wrote:
I like to go to the Top of the Hub and order a Pearl Harbor
(Posted on 7/12/12)

Trinity wrote:
River Gods in Cambridgeport :)
(Posted on 7/12/12)

JNR wrote:
Drink - 1st Choice
Franklin Cafe - 2nd Choice
(Posted on 7/12/12)

CF wrote:
Drink is overhyped. Woodward in the Ames. Russell House.
(Posted on 7/12/12)

JM wrote:
The Hawthorne and Island Creek Oyster Bar have very knowledgeable and talented bartenders. I always enjoy the things they come up with.
(Posted on 2/7/13)

Leah wrote:
Walking I'll go to Ten Tables, TW Food, Full Moon or House of Chang or Paddy's. If I can drive then I'm going to the Charles Hotel ping pong between Noir, Henrietta's and Rialto. Or I'll pull up a seat at the Craigie on Main or The Blue Room Bar. If I want to settle into a nice settee then I'm going to Cuchi Cuchi or Park.
(Posted on 2/7/13)

KU wrote:
(Posted on 2/7/13)

SRS wrote:
The Hawthorne or Eastern Standard!
(Posted on 2/7/13)

NJR wrote:
The Hawthorne
Citizen Public House
...all solid Kenmore / Fenway spots
(Posted on 2/7/13)

A, wrote:
1) Drink
2) Hawthorne
3) Brick & Mortar
4) jm Curley
5) Green Street
(Posted on 2/7/13)


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