Bos­ton Bal­let

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Bos­ton’s pro­fes­sional dance com­pany presents a con­tem­po­rary pro­gram May 6-28 at the Opera House. Two world pre­mieres— Ka­role Ar­mitage’s Miles Davis-set “Bitches Brew” and Yury Yanowsky’s “Smoke and Mirrors”—ac­com­pany Nor­bert Ve­sak’s “Be­long” and José Martinez’s “Res­o­nance.” 539 Washington St., 617.695.6955. SUN­SET GRILL & TAP— Ca­sual and lowkey, Sun­set is fa­mous in Bos­ton for the sheer amount of beer it boasts—the suds se­lec­tion in­cludes 112 on tap, 380 mi­cro­brews, cask ale, vin­tage ale and mead, and it is all served in glass­ware specif­i­cally rec­om­mended by the brew­ers. With all that drink, we’re sure you’ll be hun­gry, so try out Sun­set’s sig­na­ture steam beer burg­ers, curly cheese fries, and beer-B-Q. Open M-Sa 11:30-1 am, Su 11-1 am. www.all­stons­ 130 Brighton Ave., 617.254.1331. WAR­REN TAV­ERN— Once a swill spot for Paul Re­vere, this his­toric wa­ter­ing hole has been serv­ing pints since 1780, and it boasts an in­te­rior rem­i­nis­cent of an old English pub and decor that is de­cid­edly 18th cen­tury. The tav­ern is still a beloved Charlestown gath­er­ing place to which spir­ited crowds gather for (free) live mu­sic W-Th. Food is pub­bish—the home­made potato chips are a must—and beer is the drink of choice. Open M-F 11 am-1 am, Sa-Su 10 am-1 am. www.war­rentav­ 2 Pleas­ant St., 617.241.8142. visit is worth the wait. Open M-F 11-2 am, Sa-Su 9-2 am.­rose­ 160 State St., 617.742.2286. THE GREEN DRAGON TAV­ERN— This adorable Ir­ish pub serves bar food, the oc­ca­sional Ir­ish-in­spired dish like corned beef and cab­bage, and fresh drafts. But the place is also the name­sake of the his­toric inn where mem­bers of the Sons of Lib­erty overheard plans for the Bri­tish in­va­sion of out­ly­ing towns Con­cord and Lex­ing­ton at the start of the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion and ac­cord­ingly thwarted them. Live mu­sic Tu-Su. Open daily 11-2 am. www.somer­ 11 Mar­shall St., 617.367.0055. THE KINSALE IR­ISH PUB & RESTAU­RANT— Celtic crafts­man­ship and an in­te­rior im­ported di­rectly from the old coun­try cre­ate an at­mos­phere per­fect for kin­dred spir­its and hearty pints. The din­ing room is packed daily with lo­cal busi­ness­peo­ple lunch­ing or grab­bing a drink af­ter work, while evenings and week­ends af­ford a fun, friendly crowd ready for live mu­sic, trivia or con­ver­sa­tion. Val­i­dated park­ing M-F af­ter 6 pm, Sa-Su all day. Open M-W 11-1 am, Th-F 11-2 am, Sa 10-2 am, Su 10-1 am. www.clas­si­ 2 Cen­ter Plaza, 617.742.5577.

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