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Mr. Dooley's Boston
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77 Broad St, Boston, MA 02109, United States
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77 Broad St Boston, MA 02109
77 Broad StreetUSMassachusettsBoston02109
(617) 338-5656
$$$Irish Restaurant, BarToday 9AM–2AM
Sunday 9AM–2AMMonday 11:30AM–2AMTuesday 11:30AM–2AMWednesday 11:30AM–2AMThursday 11:30AM–2AMFriday 11:30AM–2AMSaturday 9AM–2AM

Welcome to Mr. Dooley's Boston Tavern You are "Dooley" invited in!

Nestled in the heart of the financial district is a haven of straight talking, down to earth hospitality that is known to many as “Dooley's”. Mr Dooley's Boston Tavern opened it’s door in September 1991 and since then has become the place to meet for “A pint and a Chat” in downtown Boston.

Throughout the explosion of “Irish Theme Bars” which have grown up in Boston Mr. Dooleys has held on to its tried and tested tradition of straight forward hospitality  - As one bartender put it “ If ye want a theme park go to Disney, if ye want a pint come to Dooley’s !”

But our relaxed attitude is not at the expense of quality. Indeed, Mr. Dooley’s has a full Lunch and dinner menu, which has been hailed by the media including winning “Boston’s Best Burgers” and Cheap Eats’ “Best of Boston” and Citywide acclaim for our authentic Irish Breakfast. As a tribute to New England, Mr Dooley’s also boasts an array of seafood dishes including traditional New England Clam Chowder, fresh oysters and lobster.

From Friday through Sunday there is entertainment which ranges from the traditional to the comical! with bands and musicians from Boston and Ireland. But that’s not where it ends. On any given night an impromptu “Sessuin” can start up, as Mr. Dooley's is a favorite with many local musicians. But perhaps the best form of entertainment provided is the friendly banter with the bartenders and the waitstaff.

So drop into Mr. Dooleys as a customer, you’ll be leaving as a friend. At 77 Broad Street, Mr. Dooley's is the one Boston Bar where everyone Really knows your name!

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Classic Irish pub with traditional bar food known for spur-of-the-moment fiddle sessions.- Google
"Wonderful Irish Pub and great live music!"
"Award winning clam chowder."
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Douglas Rodriguez
a month ago
We Are Irish Rovers. From Saratoga Springs N Y. Doing a Irsh Pub. Walkabout. .... Mr Dooley ' s. Is our top pick in Boston. ... John. bahind the Bar Days .. always takes Good Care of Us Every Time We are There Food and ... Drinks are the best ... We will be heading back There In About 4 weeks
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Peter Galvin
4 weeks ago
Superb irish style pub with excellent food. The live music is quite enjoyable also!
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Kevin Harris
9 months ago
Back to boston for a second year but with the kids this time. Took them in for dinner and daughter wanted to go back. Food is good and staff are really friendly. Pub has a good feel with a mixture of both locals and visitors.
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Clayton Barker
in the last week
Another fun spot for Irish food and drink
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Martin Feehan
3 months ago
The atmosphere is good for Irish music and a pub feel. The service is terrible. Our waitress got our orders wrong and was hard to get a hold of. The food isn't very good. Many other Irish bars to try.
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Dennis Molinari
in the last week
Excellent live music on Sunday's pairs fantastic with the great fish chip entree.
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Michael Collins
a year ago
I think you will either love or hate Mr. Dooley's and I think I don't like it here for the same reason why other people love it. I can only comment on the bar aspect of this place as I was there too late for food. I would describe it as a classic Irish/Boston dive bar. No frills, nothing necessarily wrong with this place but there are better places in the area to grab a drink.
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Graham Young
a year ago
Music, food and brews all terrific. Lots of singing, a little dancing and happy faces all around. Couldn't have chosen a better pub!