Guys Night Out in Boston

Grab your best buddies and choose a night. We have the ultimate guide for a rockin' guys night out in Boston. Whether you want sports, drinks or good food, we've got a Boston restaurant or bar for that. We've also got a salon for those of you looking for some TLC and grooming before a night on the town. Even though it's a guys night, you never know who you'll meet along the way. (Photo: BosGuy)

Updated: August 19, 2011

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Tweed Barbers

1313 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118

Have a hot lather, straight razor shave and you are ready to take on the world. Good grooming goes far and you and your bros will look like you're ready for anything. And you will be.


348 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210

Some of the best hand-crafted cocktails in the city can be found here. Watch the masters at work as the chip ice by hand and make you a libation that'll make you question why you ever thought beer pong was a good idea.

Guys Night Out in Boston

Court Sq Styling Shop

15 Court Sq Ste 120, Boston, MA 02108

A guys night out in Boston should start with proper grooming. The talented staff at this downtown salon know how to cut men's hair and give the royal treatment. Think complimentary wine or espresso, a head massage and a straight razor shave--all with Mozart playing in the background.

Ironwood Batting Cages

115 Cummings Park, Woburn, MA 01801

When's the last time you and your buddies decided to hit some fast balls? With spacious cages and inexpensive tokens, you can get in some serious batting practice. Best of all, these outdoor cages allow for the full ballpark experience.

Fritz Lounge

26 Chandler St, Boston, MA 02116

Who says a guys night out is only for the straight crowd? We're fans of this South End gay bar that doubles as a sports bar. Fritz delivers a brunch worth checking out in the morning, as well, so either plan to return when the sun is up, or get a room in the Chandler Inn, the conveniently attached hotel.


911 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02115

For when you and your buddies just want a simple, no-frills Boston bar to watch the game and throw back a few pints, McGreevy's delivers. It's got big-screen TVs, friendly service, and, best of all, it's not overrun by college students.


1704 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118

For the foodie-minded group of guys, we suggest a stop at the bullish Toro. The South End restaurant does tapas right. The signature elote, grilled corn dressed with aioli, lime and cheese, is comes highly recommended. For the more adventurous, Toro obliges with dishes such as roasted bone marrow with oxtail marmalade. Be sure to order a bottle from the list of all Spanish wines.