Time is running out – it’s almost August and the summer has slipped away from us yet again. Now is the time to soak up the last of those sunny summer days – and what better way to do that than drinking adult beverages outdoors? Check out our favorite outdoor bars in Boston and start planning your next few outdoor outings while you still can! #Soakupthesun
The Landing at Long Wharf
Located right on the docks, the Landing at Long Wharf is a perfect place to sit outside and split a giant fishbowl with coworkers or grab a drink before going on any of the harbor tours Boston has to offer (I highly suggest the Codzilla – especially after a beverage or two). Hang on tight!
We all know and love Legal Seafoods – so if you haven’t checked out the Harborside location yet – you’re in for a treat! With several floors of large outdoor space overlooking the harbor, including lots of lounge space on the roof, that chowder will taste 10x better. Add a cocktail and an appetizer (or boat of sushi???) sit back and enjoy!
Rooftop at Revere
Buy a $20 day pass or get a big group together and rent a cabana – either way you’ll feel like you’ve traveled to a tropical destination right in the center of downtown Boston. With a healthy list of cocktails, wines and bites all at the reach from your lounge chair, you’ll feel no need to go anywhere else.
Enjoy fresh New England flavors amongst the vast menu alongside a specialty cocktail or glass of wine on the terrace of Tamo, located inside the Seaport Hotel. During the weekends, come spend your night out listening to Vinyl DJ as you watch the sun set on the harbor. #Drinkswithaview
Speaking of drinks with a view…
The Envoy is a great place to come, day or night. Just make sure someone has an iPhone 7 in the group, you’ll want to utilize portrait mode up here for sure. Martini, anyone?
Hurry up – there aren’t many weekends left of the summer – and you’ve gotta make it to all five. Cheers!
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