March 6, 2017

The Coziest Bars and Restaurants in Quincy

As a waterfront community, Quincy offers the best of both worlds, a suburban feel however located within minutes from Downtown Boston. Not to mention, there are activities to enjoy year round in Quincy.

There are a few quaint places really worth checking out, perfect for a relaxing night out. Here are some of our favorite cozy bars and restaurants to visit.

1. Tavern at Quarry Hills

Great food in Quincy isn’t hard to find. But a great view is definitely something worth mentioning, and Tavern has a notable view. Directly overlooking Granite Links Golf Club’s 18th hole, and offering up glimpses of the Boston Skyline, Harbor Islands and Blue Hills Reservation, Tavern at Quarry Hills is understated class.

2. Assembly

The Assembly bar embodies cozy modern elegance, with urban brick walls, rustic lighting fixtures, and comfy leather booths accompanied by high-top tables. Featuring an unforgettable menu of comfort classics and specialty dishes, each plate is cooked to perfection. Assembly is so much more than just a bar; it has an energetic atmosphere with impeccable service.

3. Fowler House Cafe

Fowler House Cafe may be the definition of contemporary cozy. The ambiance is so relaxing, it’s almost like you’re hanging out in your living room with friends. The food is affordable and fairly portioned, and if you go too long without visiting you’ll find yourself craving the tastes.

4. The Fat Cat

A food lover’s fantasy providing the dishes you love, made with a little extra love. The Fat Cat is just about the best sinful-eating joint in Quincy, MA. With an excitement and bustle that makes it unique, The Fat Cat is welcoming-with-open-arms cozy.

A fun, yet peaceful area just outside of Boston, Quincy, MA always serves as a great location for friends, family and fun.

5. The Townshend

Located in the heart of historic Quincy Center, The Townshend is a modern American tavern that elevates rustic dishes in a laid-back atmosphere.  Inspired by the Townshend Acts of the 1760’s, the restaurant was founded in the spirit of the colonies’ willingness to break away from Britain and establish their independence. Take a look for yourself and visit this revolution inspired tavern minutes away from Marina Bay.


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