A fixture of Boston's Faneuil Hall will say goodbye after almost 40 years in business. Ames Plow Tavern (294 Faneuil Hall Marketplace) will shut down for good at the end of the year, according to Boston Restaurant Talk.
The pub first opened in the Downtown Boston marketplace in 1976 and has been a fixture among visitors and locals. The owners posted a notice about the closure on the tavern's Facebook page.
Friends, after 40 wonderful years in Quincy Market we have decided to permanently close the doors of the Ames Plow...Posted by Ames Plow Tavern on Friday, December 11, 2015
Ames Plow offers pub-style food like pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, chowder, hot dogs and more, plus cocktails, beer, and wine.