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Boston Restaurant Blog -- August, 2005

Saturday, August 20, 2005

Beer Towers at Donohue's in Watertown

Not to get off track, but I must say that the beer towers at Donohue's in Watertown are one great invention! For those who don't know what a beer tower is, it is a bright red contraption that looks like a combination of a coffee maker and a gumball machine that is filled with two pitchers of beer. The good people at Donohue's (spelled Donohue's, by the way, not Donahue's, as many people think), which is a great Watertown watering hole, by the way, bring the beer tower to your table and you spend the rest of the night pouring your own beers.

I know, this has absolutely nothing to do with hidden restaurants, or restaurants in general, but think of it as a public service announcement for those who like beer. Nice job, Donohue's, in giving me yet another reason to head to Watertown on a Friday night!

For those of you interested in discovering the beauty of a beer tower, or if you are simply looking for a good pub in Watertown (which Donohue's definitely is), here is the address: Donohue's, 87 Bigelow Avenue, Watertown, MA 02472, and the phone number is (617) 924-4900.

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Moby said:
Donohue's is a great place. Awesome atmoshpere and the food cannot even be considered pub food because it is better than most restaurants. Perfect place to watch your favorite sporting event too.
Posted on 2/26/10

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