After the Sam Adams Brewery Tour, we stumbled onto the Party Trolley and met our driver, a character with a thick Baaston accent. He briefly explained where we were going and started the mirrored ball lights and party music, and I’m not exaggerating! Our destination was Doyle’s (said with a fist pump) in the Jamaica Plains neighborhood of Boston. Doyle’s was actually the first bar to put Sam Adams on tap, so it was fitting for us to follow the tour with going to da’ba(r).
If you have ever watched Boston Public, 21 (2008 film), Celtic Pride, Mystic River, The Brink’s Job, and/or My Best Friend’s Girl you may recognize Doyle’s. As soon as you walk in, you get a glimpse of the history in this cafe. I had to take a few pictures of the decorations! An ambiance that I just can’t articulate in words. We unfortunately didn’t stay for food, due to the fact our stomachs were stuffed with beer, but the aroma rolling out of the kitchen was mouth watering! We’ll definitely be leaving some room for their chow’da and lob’sta roll next time we’re in Boston!