While Boston’s Colonial history leaves it with some truly ancient watering holes, the city has its very own unique mid-20th Century history. That’s when The Tam first opened its doors, sometime during the 1940s, and has thrived as a blue-collar watering hole ever since. After changing ownership in 2018 and a brief closure shuttered its doors, The Tam re-opened, ready to once again furnish no-nonsense inexpensive beverages in an area where such a thing is becoming a rarity.
|Venue name:||The Tam|
222 Tremont St
|Cross street:||Stuart St|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 8am-1am; Fri-Sun 8am-2am|
|Transport:||Green Line to Boylston|