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Bar some: Where to hang out along the Red Sox' parade route

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  November 1, 2013 12:27 PM

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By Alexa Dibenedetto, Globe Correspondent

Planning on grabbing some drinks after the festivities on Saturday, when the Red Sox celebrate their 2013 World Series title? Here’s a list of bars to visit in the Boylston area.

Forum
755 Boylston St.
(857) 991-1831
forumboston.com

Dillons
955 Boylston St.
(617) 421-1818
dillonsboston.com

McGreevys
911 Boylston St.
(617) 262-0911
mcgreevysboston.com

Whiskey's
885 Boylston St.
(617) 262-5551
whiskeysboston.com

Lir
903 Boylston St.
(617) 778-0089
lironboylston.com

Solas Irish Pub
710 Boylston St.
(617) 933-4803
solasboston.com

Cactus Club
939 Boylston St.
(617) 236-0200
bestmargaritas.com

Mass Ave Tavern
94 Massachusetts Ave.
(617) 927-4900
massavetavern.com

Daisy Buchanans
240 Newbury St.
(617) 247-8516
daisybuchanansboston-hub.com

M Bar and Lounge
776 Boylston St.
(617) 535-8800
Mandarinoriental.com
mandarinoriental.com/boston

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