1. Booking Info and Tips
When to go:
Ned Devine’s is open daily from 11:30am – 2am, with the option to book entry or line jumpers on Tablelist from Friday to Saturday night. Friday nights are ladies night, with your free RSVP on Tablelist before 10pm.
Friday and Saturday nights are the best for a crazy dance party scene!
Pro-tip: Come early to avoid the lines – you can beat the crowd. Cover charge on Friday and Saturday is free until 9pm and $10 thereafter, instantly booked on Tablelist.
2. Scene and Dress Code
Situated among the cobbled pathways of historic Quincy Market, Ned Devine’s is a Faneuil Hall favorite for its casual pub dining, lively happy hour and pre-game scene along with a vibrant nightlife. A sociable and versatile watering hole, Ned Devine’s is a hotspot equally perfect for a relaxing evening with friends on a Monday or an electrifying dance party on a Friday!
What to wear:
Casual to dressy. Everything from jeans and a nice T-shirt to dress pants and button downs or cocktail dresses.
Any no-gos? Nothing is forbidden when it comes to the dress code, but rave gear, athletic wear, hats, sleeveless shirts on men, and flip flops are discouraged.
3. General Info
Ned Devine’s space is perfect size for large and small gatherings alike, accomodating seated events and cocktail parties in the dining room, the modern Parris Lounge, or the formal, elegant Parris Hall, with dramatic oversized floor to ceiling windows overlooking historic Faneuil Hall
How to get there:
Ned Devine’s located at 1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Quincy Market Building, Boston MA
Live bands and DJs on the weekend play Top 40, hip-hop and classic rock.
5. Line Jumpers
Ladies are free before 10pm at Ned Devines, but if you find yourself stuck in the line that can extend all the way through Faneuil Hall, be sure to book a line-jumper on Tablelist for just $20. You’ll be glad you did!