Marliave

Marliave

The fourth-oldest restaurant in Boston was built on Bosworth Street in 1885, and the moody lighting, white marble bar and tiled floors haven’t changed much since. The glassed-in rooftop patio makes a perfect setting for a romantic evening, especially during the 4:00–6:00 p.m. happy hour when the bar shucks $1–$1.50 clams and oysters.

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