Black Rose Boston, Guide & Review
A traditional Irish pub with all of the trappings and live music on the right night. The Black Rose is located at 160 State Street. The Black Rose is a must-stop on your Travels through historical Faneuil Hall- Quincy Market. Guinness is poured by staff with an authentic brogue, award-winning gastronomic offerings, and live music 7 nights a week. The Black Rose whiskey and beer are good. The Black Rose Iced Irish coffee is quite tasty if you like coffee and whiskey. The Black Rose red ale is good and is often sold out. They offer other local brews such as Jack and Abbey. They offer a full-service bar so you can order other drinks.
Operation hours are Sunday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm, Monday – Wednesday 11:00 – 12:00 am, Thursday – Friday 11:00 Am – 2:00 am, and Saturday 10:00 am – 2:00 am. Black Rose is a local joint in Boston that features live nice music, a hip, romantic & relaxed atmosphere, awesome tasty food from Jameson wings, and drinks that are reasonably priced, professional and attentive staff with awesome service, tasty brews, awesome ambiance, awesome appetizers, beautiful welcoming people, and top-notch Guinness. After a day spent wandering Quincy Market or the Freedom Trail, many find their way to this downtown pub to warm up with a mug of Jameson Authentic Irish Coffee. They’re often welcomed to their seat by a friendly Irish accent and live music, which frequently emanates from a small stage. Satisfying fare like a famous cup of Clam Chowder, Sausage Rolls with Irish bangers, and whiskey-glazed wings are why we keep coming back whenever we’re in the neighborhood.
Such a fun local pub! Authentically Irish. You’ll definitely be in love with the ambiance and Irish history of the black rose. Live music is played several times a week. The bands/artists play Irish music and you’ll certainly fall in love with it. Friday and Saturday nights can be quite busy with the live music and people having a good time.