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Gypsy Bar

116 Boylston St, Boston, MA
617.482.7799   |  website
  • Neighborhood: Theater District
  • Directions: Boylston (Green line) at Charles St.
  • Hours: Thurs front lounge open 6-10 pm, Fri-Sat, whole club open 8 pm-2 am
Formerly Pravda 116, Gypsy Bar features a delicate menu and an upscale dress code (no polos or hats, gentlemen). TVs are set to the Fashion Channel, setting the mood for bachelorette parties and girls’ nights out. On Wed nights, DJs spin international music. Come early on Thursdays for Steak Night ($4.99 steak frites 5 to 9 pm). Club nights Fri and Sat.
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