Suburban Extended Stay Logan Airport
312 Shirley Street
Winthrop, MA 02152
Phone: (617) 539-9466
Fax: (617) 846-6781
312 Shirley Street, Winthrop, MA, US, 02152
- Phone: (617) 539-9466
- Fax: (617) 846-6781
The colorful, abstract art on the walls is the first sign that this pub goes beyond the Irish bar stereotypes. The Times is family owned and opearted and serves both Irish and American food. The menu definitely has Celtic influences and includes lamb stew and shepherd's pie. But other entrees, such as blackened swordfish, Cajun steak, award-winning clam chowder and guacamole cheeseburgers, are more American. Live music, DJs and karaoke attract a young after-work crowd and international students.
Rock is the theme at Revolution Rock Bar, so if you are looking to have a quiet quality time with your buddies then don't even bother coming in. Blaring music, happening crowd, floating concoctions and spirits and a good time are some of the things that can be expected from this place. Open till the wee hours, it is fast becoming a Saturday night hotspot. Live music is something you can look forward to on special nights. And ya, the DJ is quite a hunk!
Open on Boston's busy Financial District, An Tain is a single room bar that provides a convenient venue for busy office goers to let their hair down. Unlike most bars, this bar with an Irish feel is crowded on weeknights, owing to its location. A plethora of draught beers, cocktails and tiny bites like burgers and nachos await you. Ever popular American food is served in the dining area. The music is a mix of hip hop, modern techno, house and dance music that transmits live wire energy throughout the space. Boogie the night away at this loud, hip, trendy bar.
Technically, Ned Devine's is the bottom floor of a three-story bar, lying underneath the Parris Lounge and Nightclub. On busy nights, expect to wait in line and pay a cover, but admission includes all three floors. A dress code applies during the summer, so don't expect a casual evening—no hats, flip flops, jerseys, sneakers, or tank tops. Drinks are moderately priced, as martinis are the norm these days. Get your money's worth with the Wobbler Martini, a combination of five premium liquors and a splash of fruit juice. Full menu also available for dine-in or take-out.
Umbria Prime is a gourmet addition to the steakhouse scene in Boston. Located in the neighborhood of the Financial District, Umbria Prime boasts its mouth-watering grills which are barbecued to perfection in their brick oven. They only use Certified Angus Beef for their steaks, apart from which they also have pastas, seafood and classic side dishes like baked potatoes and more on offer. On offer are American as well as Italian wines; pair them with your delicious steak, appetizers, sides and more to have a meal to remember. A great place to relax with friends and to satisfy your gourmet steak cravings. Call ahead for more details.
Trinity Bar gets its name from the three floors that it is spread over. One floor has a pub where you can hang out, a live music area on the first floor and rocking dance floor on the lower level. The place has a long line on weekends and the bouncers have a field day! The crowd is usually young, hip and from the many universities of Boston. Trinity Bar is a standard happening nightclub to have fun and party but is just one among many Boston has to offer.
Umbria, located in the Financial District is the place, you just can't miss. This place has a restaurant, lounge and a night club all in one apartment. The restaurant is known to offer some of the best authentic Italian dishes, cooked especially to suit your taste. They also have a full bar with a long wine list, for you to choose your favorite drink. The party people can just rock the entire night as the nightclub is open till early morning. Check website for timings.
The Black Rose draws tourists and locals alike into a jovial drinking atmosphere. The bartenders here know how to pour a pint of Guinness, and most will have a brogue, too. Dark walls and smoky air give an Irish pub feel. Two floors have long tables for large groups and stages for live entertainment. The noise level inside does get rather loud, especially on weekends when local bands perform. The kitchen serves burgers and sandwiches, although most patrons come for the drinks and music.
Long a South Boston waterfront tradition, the Original Kelly's has relocated a few blocks inland, but it is still affectionately known as "Kelly's Landing". Furthermore, neighborhood families and travelers from around the region and around the world continue to pour in by the carload to experience some real New England seafood. During its 1930s heyday, the specialty was deep-fried clams. Today, the clams are fried as deeply as ever, but the menu has also been expanded to include tons more grub.
The Cavern Club located in the Hard Rock Cafe at Downtown is one of the favorite hangouts of the youngsters here. This place features amazing live music and is therefore known to be the city's largest entertainment spot. Come over and enjoy some great music or just have a good time at the cafe.
Vertigo features a theme every night, including "Late Night In Russia" on Sundays when the DJ plays International Euro House music. There is a cover charge, which varies, on Friday and Saturday nights only. All nights have an over-21 age policy. The club has two floors. Upstairs light fare is served and there are two bars with tables overlooking the city. The dance floor is downstairs where DJs generally spin mainstream pop and dance music on the weekends.
You'll find Sushi-Teq, a sushi restaurant and tequila bar, hidden away in the back corner of the InterContinental Boston. Aside from great sushi the restaurant also offers great Margaritas, which can be enjoyed on the back terrace. A fusionistic restaurant, it combines Asian food with South American entertainment. You can shake to the rhythm and youthful energy of Salsa and Merengue and later can get your fill of sushi and sashimi.