The Littlest Bar -

The Littlest Bar

The Littlest Bar


102 Broad Street, Boston, MA 02110

Venue Information

permanently closed due to pandemic


The Littlest Bar first opened in the 1940s on Province Street in Downtown Crossing, but has relocated to a new venue on Broad Street in the Financial District that’s just a bit larger. Not all has been forsaken. The Littlest Bar has brought a lot of treasured memorabilia from the old location, such as a letter from former Boston mayor Ray Flynn, and the original pine bar (although now it’s a bit smaller, having had a piece taken off the end and converted into a table. There is a digital jukebox that wasn’t at the old place as well as pine tables left in their natural shape. This is all exposed to beautiful brick walls and a timber-slatted ceiling. There is a wide selection of beers, wines, martinis, and margaritas here, but the real eye-opening innovation is the “Draftmaster”, a DIY beer tap that allows customers to pull their own draft! As for the food, this is Boston. The Littlest Bar achieved a win in the Boston Chowderfest as “Best of Boston,” from the Boston Magazine, for its New England clam chowder. For big appetites, the ominous-sounding “Irish Heart Attack” burger is topped with, among other things, two kinds of bacon!


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