With great weather and outdoor dining season in full swing, Boston is excited to welcome you back to the beer and wine garden scene. Check out our list of the best beer, wine and even cocktail gardens in Boston and beyond.  

Outdoors @ Harpoon, South Boston 

306 Northern Avenue, Boston

Opening May 26, Outdoors @ Harpoon is located at the front entrance of the popular Harpoon Beer Hall location in the Seaport. Open 7 days a week, visitors can enjoy Harpoon’s cold draft beer while playing Cornhole, Ring Toss and more. All food and beverage options available in the Beer Hall can also be enjoyed in their outdoor space – with food truck pop-ups and additional programming.   


Samuel Adams Boston Taproom Rooftop 

60 State Street, Boston 
Sun. – Thurs. 12PM – 9PM, Fri. 11:30AM – 10PM, Sat. 1PM – 10PM 

Located in the heart of Downtown Boston, and steps away from the iconic Samuel Adams Statue, this is Boston at its finest. Open 7 days a week, and featuring 20 draft lines at three bars, the Innovation Taproom is the perfect place to enjoy a cold one with friends, family or coworkers. Stop by after shopping at Faneuil Hall or walking the Freedom Trail.  

Check out the weekly events happening at the Taproom, or look into hosting your own


Aeronaut Brewing Beer Garden, Allston 

267 Western Avenue, Allston 
Seasonal Hours: Opening mid-May until mid-Sep, Wed. – Thurs. 5PM – 9:30PM, Fri.– Sat. 5PM – 10:30PM. 

Located at Zone 3, in Allston, this summertime beer garden brings together both beer and music lovers. Featuring Aeronaut’s craft beer and hard seltzer, this is a great location for your next date night or night out with friends. Check out their seasonal line-up including hip hop, funky blues, country and more. And did we mention food trucks? 


Anchor Navy Yard, Charlestown 

1 Shipyard Park, Charlestown 
Seasonal Hours: Mon. – Thurs. from 4PM – 11PM & Fri. – Sun. 11AM – 11PM

Located in Boston’s iconic and historic Charlestown neighborhood, the Anchor Navy Yard is Boston’s only multi-story public gathering space. Complete with a curated collection of local and international beer as well as a large selection of wines, sangria and even bubbly – there is something for everyone.  

Not interested in beer and wine? Don’t worry, there is espresso, coffee, tea and even freshly squeezed lemonade available. The Anchor welcomes patrons of all ages, with over 300 programs and events such as trivia nights, wellness events, paint parties and so much more.


Trillium Beer Garden, Rose Kennedy Greenway 

Atlantic Avenue & High Street, Boston, Opening date TBD

The first pop-up beer garden in Boston’s history is back this summer at the Rose Kennedy Greenway. This Trillium Brewery pop-up is family- and dog-friendly and features both their beloved draft beer and hard seltzers. Bring your own food or enjoy their rotation of local food trucks!  


Bully Boy Distillers Cocktail Garden, Roxbury 

44 Cedric Street, Boston 
Opening Memorial Day Weekend - Seasonal Hours: Thurs. – Fri. 5PM – 9PM, Sat. 1PM – 9PM, Sun. 1PM – 6PM 

Innovative distiller, Bully Boy, has brought their cocktail garden back for another season. This ‘industrial tiki vibe’ garden is complete with rotating tropical drinks, aged craft cocktails, and even boozy popsicles. With everything made with fresh and local ingredients – it truly is a one-of-a-kind experience. No reservation required, and you can even bring your own food!


Lord Hobo, Seaport 

2 Drydock Avenue, Boston 

With 52 outdoor tables, and seating for over 380 people, this new outdoor space is the place to be this season. Choose from over a dozen rotating Lord Hobo beer options as well as taps from other local breweries. Not really a ‘beer person’? There are also craft cocktail options, such as the ‘Boss Man’ -  their play on a classic Negroni. 


Night Shift Beer Garden​, Esplanade 

Between Berkeley & Clarendon Streets along the Storrow Lagoon; Open May 10 to October

Located at one of the most instagrammable locations in Boston, and one of the best walking paths, is the Night Shift Beer Garden. Brought to us by local brewery, Night Shift, the beer garden is the best place to grab a drink after work with friends or on the weekends while strolling through the city.  

Not near the Esplanade? Make sure to check out the other Night Shift Beer Gardens​ throughout the city. We recommend also checking out their taproom in Everett, with patio drafts, food trucks, live music and more. 


Trillium Fenway Beer Garden at Time Out Market, Fenway 

401 Park Drive, Boston, MA; Opening April 19

Open 7 days a week for food and draft service, this modern outdoor patio and indoor seating area is the perfect place to connect with coworkers or visit with family and friends on the weekend. With a great neighbor relationship with Time Out Market, patrons also have a variety of food options during their visit. Only steps from Fenway Park, check them out before or after cheering on the Boston Red Sox! 

Also make sure to check out their location in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood. 


Cisco Brewery, Seaport 

85 Northern Avenue; Open April 13 until mid-October 2023

Nantucket’s famous ‘Cisco Brewery’ has surely made its impact in Boston’s Seaport district. Serving beer, wine, and cocktails, this is the place to be during summer in Boston. Along with island favorites, this Cisco location also has great food options including lobster rolls, tacos, poke bowls, along with live music, workout classes, and lots and lots of dogs.