19 thoughts on “Green Dragon Tavern, Boston

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. We are very fortunate because this is not the only establishment of its kind in Boston that has a well-proven reputation and a long history of service.

      1. kiangablog

        I have heard lots of good things other than tea parties about Boston as a city to visit. Maybe one day or one year soon I will get to visit the states for my first trip!

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. It is very popular to think that Boston is a very snobbish city. But this is not true. And a visit to this place can prove it.

      1. koolkosherkitchen

        But Boston is a snobbish city, and I appreciate it. As Timur Shaov sings, “Мой снобизм – он словно лучик путеводный.”
        The natives at this tavern are just as snobbish, in their own way, as everybody else. Do you think native or transplanted Key West “conchs,” as they call themselves, are less snobbish?

      2. vovazinger Post author

        I was very fortunate when I was in Key West. I was there for a short time and could only walk without going to the places where the natives people spend their time. But on the streets, I didn’t feel that Key West was a snobbish city. Maybe I need to go them again and spend more time.

      3. koolkosherkitchen

        yes you need to rub shoulders with the natives to get the feeling. Walking up and down Duval Street and enjoying the sunset on Malory is quite commercialized now. I still remember it 40 years ago when it felt more authentic. I guess we have a different perspective, hanging out with boat people.

      4. vovazinger Post author

        I think there is nothing strange that the locals immediately recognize the newcomers. Their behavior is different, and they don’t just move, they are constantly looking for something.

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