We had a late dinner here on a Sunday night. It was pretty quiet then but when we passed it earlier in the day, it looked like they had quite a crowd. We wanted to eat something other than Italian or seafood and this looked...More
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Wonderful bar, very interesting location, albeit probably the norm 200 years ago. We were there for drinks but did speak with a few folks who were raving about the chowder. Service was great and pricing was in line with what we were seeing elsewhere on...More
Great food and beer, service was very friendly, fast and to the point. Very attentive without being pushy. Prices were normal, despite being right on the freedom trail. Look forward to go back.
The Green Dragon is one of those places you must stop while walking the Freedom Trail. The original Green Dragon was the meeting house for many revolutionaries including Paul Revere, John Adams, Sam Adams, among others, and garnered the nickname the "Headquarters of the American...More
Service was efficient and friendly, a lot of food options. We had calamari to start — good, but more batter than anything. The Hancock burger was excellent, but the onion rings were far too oily for my taste. My husband enjoyed the lobster roll, but...More
We had reservations at the Union Oyster House (oldest restaurant in the US), unfortunately they had a fire a couple days before we got there, so we decided to eat next door at the Green Dragon - and we are so glad we did! First...More
This was a great stop for a quick drink while on the Freedom Trail. The bartender was super nice, and knowledgeable about Boston history. We asked a lot of questions and also got some great recommendations for dinner spots. They do have several of their...More