One goes to 'Ritas for the cheap eats and tasty margs. It's as simple as that. The food is definitely nothing to write home about, but you get what you pay for. The place is super casual and really fun for after-work drinks and snacks. It's the kind of place where you can get loud and rowdy with your friends ...
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- 10.19 mi0.19 mi from Fajitas & 'Ritas
Marliave is a great little place in downtown Boston (close to Park Street and Downtown Crossing stops) which has dollar oysters every day from 4-6 and 9-10 pm. In addition, they have an inventive cocktail list. Their regular menu looks fine, but honestly I always go for the oysters. The whole place is infused with a Prohibition-y retro feeling.Popular withFoodiesBudgetLocal
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- 40.22 mi0.22 mi from Fajitas & 'Ritas3 reviews
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- 50.25 mi0.25 mi from Fajitas & 'Ritas
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The inaugural offering from a veteran bar/resto husband-wife team eager to import a little of their honeymoon locale (Key West) to Downtown Crossing, Barracuda's a nautical-themed 51-seat tavern/seafood joint decked out with a varnished L-shaped butcherblock bar, exposed brick/light blue walls, decorative seafaring accents like a lobster trap/working antique lamp from a Croatian merchant ship, and even a restored 14ft ...
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