Brunch in Beacon Hill, Boston, MA

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Cheers - Bar | Restaurant in Boston.

Party Earth Review The façade of this Beacon Hill institution served as the setting for the long-running Cheers TV show – and to say owners have capitalized on that Hollywood connection would be an understatement. Founded as the Bull & Finch Pub in 1969, the now famous (and renamed) watering hole landed on a marketing goldmine when Cheers ... more


84 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108

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Clink - Hotel Bar | Lounge | Restaurant in Boston.

Party Earth Review Patrons looking to do time in a relaxed lounge and restaurant can head to Clink, a unique venue in the lobby of the Liberty Hotel that once housed the Charles Street Jail. Situated under a series of spotlighted guard catwalks, the intimate space features exposed brick, arched windows, and large iron chandeliers that create ... more


Liberty Hotel
215 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114

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Brunch in Beacon Hill Overview

The reputation of being Boston's “old money” neighborhood rolls over into Beacon Hill brunch spots, which are super pricey and incredibly posh.

The Paramount serves a brunch that is so popular, folks will stand in a block-long line on Charles Street to make it inside.

At 75 Chestnut, patrons can expect a less crowded, more relaxed Boston brunch. But at its sister restaurant, tourist-trap Cheers, diners will have to struggle for elbow room. 

Smaller cafés in the neighborhood allow for the simple joys of brunch-time pastries and coffee, sipped leisurely while looking out on the street as people and pets walk past. The Beacon Hill brunch is never noisy, so keep the chatter down to a dull murmur.

Popular Beacon Hill Brunch

  • * Cheers Acoustic / All Ages / Bar
  • * Clink Breakfast / Brunch / Burgers

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