Bukowski Tavern

Dive Bar, Bar, Beer Bar
$ $
50 Dalton St (btwn Belvidere & Boylston)
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 437-9999
5:00pm - 1:00am
5:00pm - 1:00am
5:00pm - 1:00am
5:00pm - 1:00am
5:00pm - 1:00am
5:00pm - 1:00am



  • Best dive bar in Boston!
  • Not sure what you want? Spin the beer wheel, cross your fingers, and hope that you land on Port Brewings Shark Attack or Ommegangs Duvel Rustico, rather than Coors Light. Youre stuck with it.
  • There is a highly contested turf war for the mayor ship here. Don't get caught in the crossfire.
  • Go to Bukowski's and get the Delerium Tremens. Named for the shakes you get from alcohol withdrawal, it features pink elephants on the bottle and 9% alcohol in it. Belgian.
  • Cash only bitches
  • Not a dive, one of the best beer selections out there. The rough edges are just there to scare off the weak.
  • A dive bar with a killer beer selection. Belly up to the bar and spin the wheel of beer if you dare. You drink what beer it lands on. :)
  • Good overall dive bar--good food, service, and bartender as well as a wide beer selection. What more could you ask for?
  • Every Monday through Friday Bukowski Tavern on Dalton Street flips $1.99 burgers and hot dogs from 11:30am until 8pm. Bukowski also has one of the best craft beer selections in the Back Bay.
  • Try the beer!
  • Don't spin the beer wheel. That shit is for amateurs.
  • It costs a dollar to ask the bartender a question
  • This place is a fucking shit hole, if you love shitty bartenders and hate yourself, this is your place
  • Cash Only for the uninitiated.
  • Do a handstand in the bar and win a free meat beer!!
  • The tangerine urinal mats are divine.
  • Cash only but there's an ATM. sweet potato fries are amazing (when drunk) but will run you $5 more than regular ones.
  • Here is a tip: leave a big one.
  • Peanut butter burger is strange but best thing on the menu by far. Get crunchy PB!
  • Just the tip

Nearby places

955 Boylston St (btwn Hereford & Mass Ave)
50 Dalton St (Scotia St.)
911 Boylston St (at Gloucester St)