Amid the clattering pins and spirited cheers that echo across Boston Bowl's lanes, Jack Torchetti never lets his attention drift from his three stainless steel tanks. As the brewmaster for Deadwood Cafe and Brewery—the entertainment complex's site for quick eats and frosty drafts—Jack ensures that the taps constantly flow with five different beers, all of which he creates on the premises. The selection includes everything from a stout made using four varieties of malt to a pilsner made with Liberty and East Kent Golding hops. Growlers are available as well as pints and pitchers, allowing patrons to enjoy their beer at home or at the nearest crazy straw factory.
While ordering a beer from the counter, customers can snag a quick bite from the café's menu of classic comfort foods. In addition to wood-smoked St. Louis-style ribs that fall off the bone, the cooks grill Angus burgers, load down sandwiches with Boar's Head deli meats, and glaze wings with piquant buffalo sauce. The menu also includes a handful of Italian-inspired dishes, namely 10 different pizzas and calzones stuffed with everything from thin-sliced ham and cheese to baby spinach, onions, and feta.
For top-notch performances of historical and contemporary plays, there's no better place in Boston than Boston City Lights.
Whether you're looking for a quick snack or a full meal, the restaurant at this theater is sure to dish out something delicious.
Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to this theater — they'll love the scene here as much as mom and dad.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Kick back with a cocktail at Peabody Tavern in Boston's Ashmont neighborhood.
At Peabody Tavern, you can treat yourself to tasty eats, as well as a craft cocktail from the fully stocked bar.
This dining establishment is located near hassle-free parking options.
Keep your budget in check with a meal from Peabody Tavern, a local restaurant with affordable prices.
Local libations are the focus at Massachusetts Wine Shop, where the shelves are stocked solely with wines, meads, and hard ciders produced in the state, in order to support local farming. Tastings at this Boston Public Market spot are led by regional winemakers and the in-house vino experts, helping guests learn about some of the 70 options available.