Boston's Top Hotspots This Weekend!
Joonbug presents Boston's most stylish restaurants and bars

With the week coming to a close, let's check out some top venues to visit this weekend!

Joshua Tree: 
You'll catch some Harvard bros at this widely popular spot filled with a ton of undergrads.Joshua Tree is a trending American sports bar that features a dance floor on the bottom level. A go-to spot for many Allston/Brighton residences, and decked out with multiple tv screens for a sports enthusiast's viewing pleasure. The menu features all-american appetizers like classic wings, chicken fingers and golden calamari. The venue's burgers are also a real treat. Choose from a unique variety, such as the californian burger (topped with avocado, applewood bacon and cheese) or the fat elvis (bacon, a fried egg and american cheese). Stop into Joshua Tree this weekend to try everything they have to offer! 1316 Commonwealth Ave.

The Hawthorne: This uber swanky bar located in the Hotel Commonwealth serves exquisite mixed cocktails. The interior design of the lounge area is chic. Decked out in gray furniture with serene paintings, Hawthorne exudes a cool and calming vibe. Opt to sit in a comfortable lounge chair or feast on an exotic mix of olives at the bar as they're master bartender gives you cocktail making tips.
Hotel Commonwealth, 500 A Commonwealth Ave, Kenmore Square.


The Yard House: Keeping up with our re-occuring sports bar trend, here's another great venue in Dedham, MA.As soon as you step into a Yard House chain, you'll be drawn to their main feature- an extremely large bar. With a decorative mix of hardwood and modern industrial piping, you'll find over 50+ specialty beers on tap here. Including: seasonal ciders, pilsners, lambic and wheat beers. Try a specialty drink as well, they are famous for their mojito's. Before you leave, savor they're best-selling dessert, a mini chocolate souffle.200 Legacy Place, Dedham.