The Last Hurrah
Boston's famed whiskey bar
The Last Hurrah is a perfect place to meet friends and colleagues, eat and drink and watch America walk by on Boston’s historic Freedom Trail. Located inside Omni Parker House, the bar delivers a taste of historic Boston with a classy, old-time atmosphere. Appointed in soft leather upholstery and rich mahogany, The Last Hurrah is a Boston tradition. Try one of our signature martinis or a single malt whiskey or savor a rich pint of local beer.
More than just an inviting, prize-winning pub in a great location, The Last Hurrah is also a mini-museum of 20th century Boston; framed photos of James Michael Curley and friends and images of congressman, senators and other politicians associated with Boston and the Parker House, adorn the walls.
Serving as Boston’s most famous political bar and pub, The Last Hurrah offers classic cordials, contemporary cocktails and an impressive collection of Bostonian whiskey. Voted by Whiskey Magazine as a “Great Whiskey Bar of the World.”
In the 1970s, The Last Hurrah was the place to be among the movers and shakers of the political world and Bostonian society.
It reopened at the hotel’s street level, where Frank Weber, a veteran of the business, creates perfect cocktails for all clientele.
Proving to be a fan of bitters and herbal/botanical spirits, Weber creates concoctions like the Harvey Parker, composed of Jameson's Irish whiskey, sweet vermouth and Angostura bitters, served with a maraschino cherry in a martini glass. Another of his favorites is the Scottish Rose Petal Martini, featuring Hendrick's Gin, Campari and sweet vermouth, served in a martini glass with a twist of lemon.