Boston Globe/
The tavern is a classic Boston Irish pub with some odd and pleasant surprises. Owner Raymond O’Neill, originally from County Cork, opened it two years ago with a menu that includes bangers and mash (Irish pork sausages and mashed potatoes), chowders, and other standards you would expect. [Read more…]

They say there’s no accounting for taste, though most folks will agree that if your tastes and mine are similar, then we both have good taste. This occurred to me as I scanned the jukebox at Charlestown’s Tavern at the End of the World, a neighborhood bar/restaurant just outside Sullivan Square. I thought, “Classic punk, garage, British Invasion, soul: stuff I like. This owner has good taste.” [Read More]

A Boston Food Diary
This is a great place to sit back, watch a game, have a brew and enjoy some really solid food. [Read More]