Cheers to hump day! You’re halfway through the week so grab yourself a cold one and toast to the official start of summer.
Hands down, the 1980s and 1990s were full of teen idols, big hair and classic American television shows. One such cult classic is the comedy, Cheers, which ran from 1982-1993 bringing you bar laughs from many notable faces including Ted Danson and Rhea Pearlman.
Of course, you likely know the show was based off a popular bar in Boston of the same name. When in Boston, do as the locals and tourists do, and swing by Cheers on Beacon Hill for photos by the iconic façade, pub grub that’s good, plenty of pints and nostalgia.
Points to note: The actual pub is small than the one of television. It’s quaint and cozy. Enjoy the memorabilia on the walls, chatting with old and new friends, then head upstairs to browse memorabilia and visit the replica bar resembling that of the shows.
Taste test: Ask the bartender for a recommendation of a beer to try. Go out of your comfort zone and pick one you haven’t tasted before. The wheat beer made in Vermont slides down easily!