Well, not exactly, but this Beacon Hill landmark--formerly known as the Bull & Finch Pub--was famously used as the exterior for the Cheers bar during the sitcom's long, fabled run (and it hosted a party--cast included--for the Cheers finale, a real pop-culture event in 1993). You can nurse a cold one in the same unmistakable mug Norm constantly clutched, and select from a wide array of appetizers, salads, entrees, and desserts populating a menu that comes peppered with Cheers character names.
Cheers Beacon Hill--which has a sister "replica" pub in the Faneuil Hall Marketplate--is a tourist attraction, for sure, but that doesn't make its brews and eats any less satisfying.
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