Beacon Hill, Boston.
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One of the city’s most prominent and expensive neighborhoods, Beacon Hill enjoys a prime location bordered by the picturesque Boston Common and the Boston Public Garden, and boasts a swanky population that has included renowned politicians like the late Edward Kennedy.

Known for its gas-lit streets, brick sidewalks, and the towering gold dome of the Massachusetts State House, the charming district is well-traveled by lawyers, political workers, and other professionals by day, as well as more laid-back visitors strolling through on their way to the Common.

Despite the area’s upper-crust leanings, Beacon Hill’s location ensures a varied nightlife that includes a diverse array of cafés, bars, and restaurants – not to mention many intimate old-school pubs that seem unchanged since the neighborhood’s beginnings – where students, blue-collar locals, and wealthy professionals who lead separate lives by day are more likely to rub elbows by night.

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Where to Go in Beacon Hill

  • * Cheers Bar / Restaurant
  • * Clink Hotel Bar / Lounge / Restaurant
  • Figs Pizza Place
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