Irish pubs in Boston don't get much more venerable than Doyle's Café, which has been going strong ever since 1882. A linchpin of the historic Jamaica Plain neighborhood, Doyle's has become its own tourist attraction, but it's still committed to doing what it does best: pouring good beers and whisky, serving some lipsmacking-good pub grub, and maintaining a merry and welcoming vibe with a whole lot of Hibernian spirit.
Doyle's Café is also notable for being the first establishment to serve Samuel Adams Beer, and it hosts weekly Sam Adams Trolley Tours. And if you happen to be here for Saint Paddy's Day--well!
Come to the cafe for a quick lunch, visit the restaurant for a relaxed dinner, or stop by the bar... Read more