Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Sam Adams Taproom by Faneuil Hall Is Reopening (with Some Changes Made)

A taproom in downtown Boston that reopened briefly this summer only to shut down again is opening back up, though things will be a bit different this time.

According to a Facebook post from the place, the Sam Adams Boston Tap Room adjacent to Faneuil Hall is planning to reopen on Wednesday, September 22, with the post indicating that they will offer a mix of limited patio reservations and first-come, first serve walk-in tables, while reservations are available for parties of three to six people and diners have a limit of 1 hour and 45 minutes for their visits. (The taproom will be open Wednesday through Sunday.) Back in mid-July, the taproom closed at least in part because of the influx of out-of-state visitors from COVID-19 hotspots, and it had previous been closed from March until late June due to the pandemic. (It first opened its doors in January of this year.)

The website for the Sam Adams Boston Tap Room can be found at https://www.samueladams.com/taprooms#bostontaproom

[Earlier Article]
Sam Adams Taproom Next to Faneuil Hall Temporarily Closes Due to Visitors from Coronavirus Hotspots

by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)

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