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Harpers Ferry

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158 Brighton Ave (at Harvard Avenue)
Allston, MA 02134
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(617) 254-9743
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Best

Great music, cheap drinks!! I have been a few times and always have a great time

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b Pros: b Cons: b

Cool venue, not great bands 3/11/2010

Yeah, so Harper's Ferry is close to Allston and BU and has cheap drinks... but no good bands ever come through, as the Paradise mostly picks up the mainstream/indie acts. Been here a few times for 18+ dance nights w/ DJ E-marce, and those are definitely fun, but beware girls -- only a few guys attend these events!! The drinks are decently strong for the price, and the pool table area rocks if you get bored of the dance floor. Bouncers and staff were kind of nasty, avoid talking to them. more

blah 7/4/2009

b Pros: b Cons: b more

Nice live music 4/24/2006

I attended a pink floyd cover band in the flesh and the music was awesome. Drinks are affordable and the place is more for the music than for the drinks and food. Pros: Great Live Music Cons: No comfy seating more

Love Harper's 9/1/2004

Harpers is an aweosme place that has been a stable of the BU Area for over 20 years. Great atmosphere and not looking to rip off anyone. Sublime and dead cover bands were awesome. more

Always a good time 10/15/2003

Great live music, a chill, fun crowd, cheap brew, cute bartenders, and pool! I'm a regular, have never found another place like it around. Pros: Chill Crowd, Live Music, Cheap Brew more

Unexpected 2/24/2003

Being in my 30's, I worried that this dive-ish club/bar would not be my cup of tea, as it is in the prime BU/BC student area, but I was wrong. While the decor is nothing to get excited about, the room is spacious, with a nice long bar to sit at and enjoy the music. The drinks are relatively cheap compared to other places. My only complaint would be the amount of cigarette smoke that sometimes is present, but hopefully Brighton jumps on the no-smoking train soon and that disappears. Pros: Spacious, Cheap live music Cons: smokey, ambiance more

Great place to hang out 12/11/2002

Harpers Ferry is a great place to hang out. They get a ton of great bands, many up-and-coming ones. They have resonably priced drinks, tons of space, pool tables, and usually a decent sized crowd. Harpers is one of our default places to go. Pros: Chill crowd, Large Place, Great Music more

AWESOME!! 7/25/2002

Great music, cheap drinks!! I have been a few times and always have a great time more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Most people know and love Harpers Ferry for the annual Blues Festival that brings in the likes of Bo Diddley, Luther "Guitar Jr." Johnson, Matt "Guitar" Murphy and Monster Mike Welch. Or they live for the local Battle of the Bands, as well they should. But Harpers is more than that. It offers good cheap beer, pool tables (for those Tuesday night nine-ball tourneys), dart boards, video games, foosball and generous space both around the huge bar and down the sides of the exposed brick walls.

    The Draw
    Count on quality sound, and plenty of it. It's loud, it's clear, it's live seven nights a week (generally starting around 9:30pm) and it's usually packed. The cover varies wildly: Pay $2 or $3 to check out the local, college-oriented bands, $15 when the BluesFest hits in February.

  • 4/30/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 8pm-1am
  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Master Card, Cash, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Allston-Brighton, Kelton Street, Commonwealth, Allston Village, Allston

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