Situated among the cobbled pathways of historic Quincy Market, Ned Devine’s is a Faneuil Hall favorite for its casual pub dining, lively happy hour and pre-game scene and vibrant nightlife.
A single destination for food, fun and entertainment, Ned Devine’s offers a cozy, upper level dining room and spacious dance floor for revelers to rock out each weekend to live acts.
If you’ve got an event coming up, Parris Lounge and Parris Hall within Ned Devine’s offer spacious venues for events of any type and size.
Cover bands at Ned Devine's Pub play modern hits and classics from the past. The dance floor is an active place at this pub, which is located at the historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market. ~ CBS Boston, August 2016
"Down a pint with slow-braised corned beef, boiled potatoes, steamed cabbage, carrots, turnip, and whole grain whiskey mustard sauce. Music all day includes the Patsy Whelan Band from noon to 5 p.m." -Laurie Wilson, Boston Globe, March 2016
"The South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade isn't til Sunday, but here are a bunch of spots – in no logical order whatsoever – that will be celebrating Boston's favorite holiday for the entire "Evacuation Day" long weekend (second only, perhaps, to Marathon Monday) in earnest, from live music to authentic drink and food specials." -Alex E. Weaver, BostonInno, March 2016
Party spot by night, chowder haven by day. This Irish pub has mastered what New England chowder ought to be.
Improv Asylum's "All The Single Ladies" The deal: From Boston’s award-winning Improv Asylum, “All the Single Ladies” offers bachelorette parties and girls-night-out groups a wild night of comedy, dancing, and naughtiness. ~Boston Globe, 2014
Where to Get Clam Chowder: 6 of Boston's Best Spots Who knew Ned Devine’s had some of the best chowder in the Hub (besides the Briar Group)? This three-time Chowderfest champ is bursting with flavor (and clams), has a medium texture (aka just right, according to the Goldilocks porridge index), and is crowned with fresh thyme. Simple and effective. ~Thrillist, 2014
Boston's Best Singles Bars Offering spacious accommodations for just about any nightlife interest, Ned Devine’s is a triple threat establishment that prides itself on a diverse atmosphere for the young, twenty-something singles crowd. Operating in triplicate as an Irish pub, lounge and live music hall, this Quincy Market hotspot is a perfect date night destination for tourists and townies alike. The venue provides plenty of speaking and breathing room for close conversation in between sips of beer or bites of Ned Devine’s American and Irish cuisine. This place also hosts live entertainment from Improv Asylum, who deliver a special “All the Single Ladies” comedy revue every Saturday night. ~George Pacheco, May 2012
Best Clam Chowder That's right - Ned Devine's. We were won over by the buttery, not-too-thick texture, bits of fresh thyme, and sweet chopped cockles and clams that make this Faneuil Hall spot's chowder a perfect example of what the New England staple should be. ~Boston Magazine, 2012
Best Bar: 20-something singles Ned Devine’s isn’t just another downtown bar. It’s a capacious entity that manager Mike Thomas says is designed to provide “three different atmospheres.” There’s the Irish bar, tricked out with woodwork imported from across the Atlantic; a more laid-back lounge; and the club, where live bands play every weekend to an audience of college kids and professionals still young enough to act the part. Regardless of where you stand, you’ll find a space offering exactly what you’re looking for. ~Improper Bostonian, 2007, 2008, 2011
Ned's might be big enough to house the masses, but it's a nicer-than-average bar. The granite walls, hard-wood floors, soft, funky lighting, large windows overlooking Faneuil Hall - it's just a cool spot. Ned's isn't dive-y, it isn't cheesy. It isn't snobby or chichi either. How many dance bars or clubs can you say that about? ~Rachel O'Malley, Stuff at Night, January 2010
Three time winner for Best Chowder. ~Chowderfest, 2004, 2005, 2009
Best Irish Pub. ~Dirty Water TV, 2009