While we’re not big fans of department stores that start trotting out holiday displays prior to Halloween, we are avid aficionados of holiday parties.
Who are we kidding? We’re fans of any kind of party.
But with the holiday season fast approaching, we thought we’d give you the opportunity to check one monumental task off your lengthy to-do list. If nailing down the where and when of your office’s annual gathering falls under your job description, knock it out of the park this year with the BBC.
Here’s a little info about each of our pubs to get you started.
Cedarville: Laidback meets elegant in a private room with warm wood paneling and a fireplace. It’s the perfect place for your party.
Danvers: Gather your group in a private alcove arranged with a combination of tables and cozy banquettes. A roaring fireplace amps up the atmosphere.
Falmouth Heights: With a fireplace at one end and a wall of windows overlooking Falmouth Heights beach at the other, your coworkers won’t know where to look in this private room.
Framingham: Options abound at our Framingham location. Larger groups can choose a private room with a fireplace; smaller ones can opt to be part of the action by taking over an alcove in the corner of the lounge.
Franklin: At our Franklin pub, we have a section that’s just right for parties. It’s tucked off to one side and arranged with tall tables and raised booths, so your group can check out what’s going on throughout the pub. See and be seen, right?
Hyannis: Watch holiday revelers shop along Main Street as you and your party get your festive on in a semi-private section with its own fireplace.
Manchester: At our Manchester pub, we have a couple of sections that work nicely for larger groups. There are also these way-cool big tables hidden behind closed doors. What happens in Manchester stays in Manchester.
Pembroke: Our Pembroke location has all kinds of holiday party possibilities. Grab a dozen of your closest cohorts and settle into a private corner of the lounge, or gather dozens and dozens of cohorts and party on in a private dining room with its own fireplace.
Plymouth: We may not serve food at our downtown Plymouth pub, but we do serve up a seriously good party on the second floor. Fireplace? Check. Dartboards? Absolutely. Bring in a few pizzas or a bunch of sandwiches and have a blast.
Portsmouth: A private section at the front of the pub filled with comfy booths? Or a kind of/sort of private section tucked away in the back of the pub with tables we can arrange however you’d like? There is no wrong answer.
Sandwich: With a smallish private room replete with a fireplace and mounted deer head, a mid-sized private room that’s completely hidden from view, and a large private room with walls of windows, our Sandwich pub should be nicknamed “Party Central.”
Walpole: At our Walpole pub your party can have more than a private room; it can have an entire level with its own bar. But wait, there’s more. There are also a bunch of comfy leather sofas arranged in front of a fireplace.
Westford: Our Westford pub has a raised section overlooking the bar where we can pull all of the tables together, if you’re so inclined, so your group can raise a glass as one. Not so inclined? We’ll keep the tables as they are and let you table hop should the mood strike.
Worcester: If you think we designed our Worcester pub with parties in mind, you’d be correct. A mid-sized private room with a fireplace; an intimate private dining room with just one table; a private mezzanine level for a big bash. Take your pick.