Drink a few pints at the Sevens Ale House, and you can easily imagine the same kind of establishment--the same glass clinking, the same sort of clientele, the same clamor of merry conversation--going down a couple hundred years ago in Boston. This Beacon Hill magnet aspires to be a true neighborhood pub: nothing more and nothing less. And if you know the irresistible charm and social role of a true neighborhood pub, you know how valuable this sort of establishment really is.
You'll love the warm décor of the interior, the satisfying grub, and the ability to quietly nurse a beer, immerse yourself in the game, or diagnose the problems of the world with your barmates--whatever suits your mood, the Sevens obliges.
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