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Boston's 15 Most Iconic Drinks

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Here is your definitive guide to the 15 most iconic drinks in town. You'll find classics from longtime establishments rubbing shoulders with newfangled wizardry at hotspots, and then there are those timeless drinks that are simultaneously old and new - the revived classics at newly opened bars harkening back to the golden age of the cocktail, which is apparently now. Was your favorite not included? By all means, leave a comment.

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Fort Washington Flip, Green Street

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Nehru, Rendezvous

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Bloody Mary, Craigie on Main

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Great Pumpkin Ale, Cambridge Brewing Company

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The Paper Plane, The Hawthorne

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Some Shitty Beer, Fenway Park

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Fernet on Tap, The Citizen

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Bull's Eye Gin and Tonic, Clio

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Martini, Oak Long Bar + Kitchen

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Ghost Chili Margarita, Poe's Kitchen

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Pint of Guinness, J.J. Foley's Cafe

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Moscow Mule, Stoddard's

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Ward 8, Locke-Ober

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Root Beer & Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake, Blue Inc.

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Punch for Two, Drink

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Fort Washington Flip, Green Street

Nehru, Rendezvous

Bloody Mary, Craigie on Main

Great Pumpkin Ale, Cambridge Brewing Company

The Paper Plane, The Hawthorne

Some Shitty Beer, Fenway Park

Fernet on Tap, The Citizen

Bull's Eye Gin and Tonic, Clio

Martini, Oak Long Bar + Kitchen

Ghost Chili Margarita, Poe's Kitchen

Pint of Guinness, J.J. Foley's Cafe

Moscow Mule, Stoddard's

Ward 8, Locke-Ober

Root Beer & Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake, Blue Inc.

Punch for Two, Drink

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