On the cobbled pathways of historic Quincy Market, Ned Devine’s offers casual pub-style dining, a lively happy hour, and vibrant nightlife. Ned Devine’s is Boston’s choice for pre-game celebrations, last-minute get-togethers, and everything in between. Ned Devine’s features a cozy, upper-level dining room, a spacious dance floor, and three bars. We serve up fresh, seasonal fare for lunch and dinner, plus late-night bites and local craft beers on tap and in the bottle. For events large and small, Ned Devine’s and adjacent Parris can accommodate up to 1200 guests. Over the past 15 years, we’ve hosted everything from weddings and corporate holiday parties, to comedy shows and cornhole fundraisers.
With a nod to Irish tradition, Ned Devine’s reinvents classic favorites. Our cozy interior, accented with exposed brick and inventive lighting, is the perfect place to curl up with a fresh-drawn pint. Curated live entertainment each week brings Faneuil Hall to life.
Three time winner for Best Chowder. ~Chowderfest, 2004, 2005, 2009
Party spot by night, chowder haven by day. This Irish pub has mastered what New England chowder ought to be.
The 15 Best Bowls of Clam Chowder in Boston
Best Irish Pub. ~Dirty Water TV, 2009
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?
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