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.allstonsfinest.com. 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.warrentavern.com. 2 Pleasant St., 617.241.8142. visit is worth the wait. Open M-F 11-2 am, Sa-Su 9-2 am. www.blackroseboston.com. 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.somerspubs.com. 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.classicirish.com. 2 Center Plaza, 617.742.5577.