45 UNION ST, NEWTON CENTRE, MA 02459
Newton Sports Bar with a mission to support local charities, events and music, sports Sundays, and more.
Newton’s newest neighborhood restaurant and bar refreshingly combines scratch kitchen menu and craft drinks with giving back to the community. We pride ourselves in delicious house-made food, creative cocktails, unique beers, and just as importantly, as leaders of positive change in our community. ~Baramor
Pork Belly Tacos: two flour tortillas, sweet and spicy glazed crispy pork belly, pickled slaw and cilantro
344 Walnut Street, Newtonville 02460
Great place to watch a game and enjoy a beer. Brewer’s Coalition – If you enjoy sampling a variety of. beers, Brewer’s Coalition is a great place to go. Even if you don’t care for beer, the food and service are terrific and watch for specials.
“We pride ourselves on our friendly and engaging service and a comfortable and warm atmosphere. We have five High-Definition TVs so you can catch a game with friends.” ~Bill Honeycutt – Proprietor
1391 Washington Street, West Newton
The Local Kitchen and Drinks
Creative American Food and just like their tagline, “Live Simple, East LOCAL”New England style pub celebrating seasonal and local foods.
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95 Elm Street, Newton, MA 02465
Paddy’s Public House
Paddy’s Public House, the second restaurant owned and operated by the O’Hara family, opened its doors in 2002. Named Paddy’s in honor of the patriarch of the O’Hara family, whose middle name is Patrick (although he would tell you it was named for his grandson if you asked him). Formerly the Troubadour Restaurant, it was completely renovated to the O’Hara’s’ high standards before it made its debut on July 15th. The mahogany bar, warm and friendly atmosphere, combined with the already well-known food offered at O’Hara’s in Newton Highlands, made for a winning combination; soon making Paddy’s a popular spot with people of all ages. ~Paddy’s Public House
1185 Walnut Street, Newton Highlands, MA
O’Hara’s Food & Spirits
Remember the old TV show, Cheers, “Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came.” This is the essence of O’Hara’s. A local hotspot where you bump into so many friends and people you know enjoying some of the best food in town.
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7 West St, Newton, MA 02458
West Street Tavern
West Street Grill is a “Cheers” of Newton, self-proclaimed, “friendly neighborhood tavern.” The food is creative and delicious. The outdoor space is great for dining in warm weather. Enjoy live music on Saturday nights.