SUDS AND GRUB

Sea­port wel­comes a new­comer to the gas­tro-brew­ery block

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The chang­ing restau­rant land­scape in Bos­ton can make you dizzy these days, but for lo­cals and trav­el­ers alike, the buzz is a ben­e­fit es­pe­cially when the new kid on the block knows a thing or two about the lo­cal craft beer scene. Such is the case with 0ity Tap House, the wa­ter­ing hole and restau­rant lo­cated in the bustling Sea­port District and freshly trans­planted from home­base Philadel­phia. 2n ad­di­tion to the mouth­wa­ter­ing se­lec­tion of small plates like Korean short rib tacos and corn-and-crab hush­pup­pies, the wood-fired pizza menu is top-notch and the se­lec­tion of beers on tap, and in bot­tles and cans, is im­pres­sive. Please note: Tues­day’s daily sup­per spe­cial of chicken and wa3es comes highly rec­om­mend­ed4­grab a 5ord Hobo Boom Sauce to wash it all down. We#ll be do­ing the same. 10 Bos­ton Wharf Road, 617.904.2748.

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