Marliave is one of The 7 Best Places for Baked Beans in Downtown Boston, Boston.

1. Marliave

7.7
10 Bosworth St (btwn Province & Tremont), Boston, MA
New American Restaurant · Downtown Boston · 109 tips and reviews

Boston.comBoston.com: A cast-iron pot of meaty Boston baked beans ($5.25) arrives. Someone is serious about this humble dish, which isn't cloying or overrun with molasses, and is plenty soupy and smoky. Read more.

Kate P.Kate Prokop: Loved the scampi. Perfectly homemade noodles.

Josh G.Josh Gee: $1 oysters and littleneck clams from 4-6 pm on weekdays

Mr. Dooley's is one of The 7 Best Places for Baked Beans in Downtown Boston, Boston.

2. Mr. Dooley's

8.2
77 Broad St (at Custom House St), Boston, MA
Pub · Financial District · 61 tips and reviews

Scarborough J.Scarborough Joe: Besg pint of Guinness in town. Super cozy atmosphere, like you've walked into an Irish family's living room. Great Irish music at night.

Jack G.Jack Good: If you miss Ireland, come here - seriously - great music, personality and drinks!

Monica V.Monica V: The most authentic Irish bar in Boston

The Fours is one of The 7 Best Places for Baked Beans in Downtown Boston, Boston.

3. The Fours

166 Canal St (btwn Causeway & Valenti Way), Boston, MA
Sports Bar · Downtown Boston · 71 tips and reviews

@BostonAttitude@BostonAttitude: Pre-game or Post-game or Lunch! This is your spot with great staff and fun Boston Sports Vibe! I always get the Chedder Burger and love the Boston baked beans that are on the side!

@BostonAttitude@BostonAttitude: Sit at the Bar , Order the BBQ cheddar Burger! Baked Beans are just icing on the cake!

Justin C.Justin Czap: Love the chowdAh and the Bobby Orr!

Union Oyster House is one of The 7 Best Places for Baked Beans in Downtown Boston, Boston.

4. Union Oyster House

8.1
41 Union St (at Hanover St), Boston, MA
Seafood Restaurant · Downtown Boston · 281 tips and reviews

Andrew B.Andrew Bestafka: It's worth it for the history! The chowda is great!

HISTORYHISTORY: It has been open to diners since 1826 & is known as the oldest restaurant in the United States of America. In 1796 Louis Philippe, King of France in 1830, lived in exile on the second floor.

EpicuriousEpicurious: King Louis-Philippe of France once lived on the 2nd floor. JFK was a regular. John Kerry is a regular. The oldest continuously operating restaurant in America is quintessential, historic New England.

Black Rose is one of The 7 Best Places for Baked Beans in Downtown Boston, Boston.

5. Black Rose

8.1
160 State St (at Commercial St), Boston, MA
Irish Pub · Financial District · 112 tips and reviews

Mario C.Mario Candelaria: Drink the Guinness STFU & have fun!

James L.James Lanning: Do not walk in here and drink a bud light. Commendable selection of whiskey and if you do not like Guinness now is the time to learn.

Mike V.Mike Vandall: Best Guiness ever!

Omni Parker House is one of The 7 Best Places for Baked Beans in Downtown Boston, Boston.

6. Omni Parker House

7.6
60 School St, Boston, MA
Hotel · Downtown Boston · 130 tips and reviews

LunnylenlenLunnylenlen: Had the lobster roll with baked beans, more like a lobster salad roll. Beans taste like regular canned sweet beans. The schrod was so so. The MA cream pie is good, it is more “cakey” than I expected.

Paige W.Paige Welch: Ask for the blood and sand cocktail and of course the Boston Cream pie

HISTORYHISTORY: The ghost of this historic hotel's original owner, Harvey Parker, is said to wander the halls and walk through walls. Room 303 was reported to be the most haunted until it was turned into a closet.

Green Dragon Tavern is one of The 7 Best Places for Baked Beans in Downtown Boston, Boston.

7. Green Dragon Tavern

7.4
11 Marshall St (btwn Hanover & Union), Boston, MA
Pub · Downtown Boston · 88 tips and reviews

Andrew M.Andrew Matty: Great beers and a ton of history!

Jake S.Jake Smith: In keeping with historic tradition, the owners of the Green Dragon apparently haven't cleaned the tap lines since the War for American Independence.

GuyGuy: St. Andrews Lodge of Freemasons purchased this Tavern in 1766. They used the 1st floor for mtgs, & basement tavern was used by secret groups, becoming known as the "Headquarters of the Revolution". Read more.