These are the most popular gastropubs in Boston, according to check-in data

Number one: an artisanal tavern in Cambridge.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at Russell House Tavern in Cambridge. Photo by Laurie Swope
Russell House Tavern in Cambridge. –Laurie Swope

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Pubs have long been a staple of New England culture, but gastropubs cater to the shrewder nighttime patron; they often specialize in artisanal dishes, creative cocktails, and craft beers. And because gastropubs serve upscale food in a casual atmosphere, they’re perfect for the large population of young professionals in the area.

Thanks to data from check-in app Swarm, we were able to see which gastropubs were checked into the most by people in Greater Boston from September 1 to September 7.

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1. Russell House Tavern
14 John F. Kennedy St., Cambridge

2. jm Curley
21 Temple Pl., Downtown

3. Park
59 John F. Kennedy St., Cambridge

4. Lord Hobo
92 Hampshire St., Cambridge

5. The Gallows
1395 Washington St., South End

6. Stoddard’s Fine Food & Ale
48 Temple Pl., Downtown

7. The Publick House
1648 Beacon St., Brookline

8. Ward 8
90 N Washington St., North End

9. The Glenville Stops
87 Glenville Ave., Allston

10. The Haven
2 Perkins St., Jamaica Plain

Correction 9/10/16 4:15 p.m.: This article has been updated to reflect that The Haven is in Jamaica Plain, not Mission Hill. 

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