This pub, located in the shadow of the State House, was originally built in 1899 as a luxuryhotel. It's rumored to have been a favorite haunt of JFK, who allegedly wrote speeches by the fireplace. Read more
It features cheeky cocktails like Prohibition Punch & The Speakeasy, as well as a modest array of wines and draughts. Don’t be surprised to see one of your state senators stopping by for a drink. Read more
When both locals and visitors are seen rubbing, okay, bending elbows in the same room, it's obvious that the quality of the food and the company has transcended party lines. Come spend some time with us at the 21st and see "Where Beacon Hill Meets".