Boston is home to some of the best pubs in the country. While some of the most famous spots you may have already visited, there may be several others you have yet to enjoy. Here’s a look at some of the top-rated Boston pubs found all throughout Boston.

The Corner Pub – 162 Lincoln Street

Located in the Leather District, The Comer Pub is known as one of the best dive bars in Boston. It’s filled with intrigue with a menu of common bar food with a few unique items. The beer selection is rather extensive and you’ll find plenty of board games here, along with a jukebox.

Tavern at the End of the World – 108 Cambridge Street

A hot spot for brunch, the Tavern at the End of the World is one of the top pubs in Boston. It’s a unique spot with plenty of great items on the menu, such as seafood chowder, cauliflower bites, pepper calamari and more. You’ll find plenty of beer here and the brunch is one of the best at any pubs in the city.

Deep Ellum – 477 Cambridge Street

Maybe the best pub in Boston, Deep Ellum always receives high reviews from patrons. This spot offers a unique menu with items, such as truffle Gorgonzola fries. They also offer plenty of craft cocktails, such as The Bohannon and plenty of beer, as well. If you want to visit a true New American Pub in Boston, Deep Ellum should be very high on your list.

Porter Bar & Grill – 173 Portland Street

Boston Pubs

With plenty of draft beer and wine, Porter Bar & Grill is a great spot to enjoy in Boston. It’s a local pub with a full dinner menu including build-your-own pizzas. The atmosphere is very laid back and the food and drinks offer plenty of variety.

Mr. Dooley’s – 77 Broad Street

An Irish pub offering the perfect mix of food and beer, Mr. Dooley’s is rather well-known in Boston. They are known for pouring the “proper pint of Guinness” and they also offer live music, DJs and plenty of traditional Irish fare. Some even say this is the place for the best pint in the city. They also don’t have any TVs.

If you’re looking for a great Boston pub, try one of these five. They are all highly rated by locals and those coming in from out-of-town to enjoy the city.

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