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ith its starring role in the opening scene of The Social Network, the Thirsty Scholar can make your own next meal a hit. The Scholar serves brunch, lunch, and dinner in a classic dark-wood pub atmosphere with an understated vibe that’s a relaxing departure from over-designed nightspots. The bar food pairs nicely with the comprehensive offering of brews, sports fans will appreciate the plentiful flat screens, and the smart set for which the place is named get their own trivia nights on Sundays. Zarowin
Inman Square is named for merchant Ralph Inman (1713–1788), whose house there was used as the headquarters of American General Israel Putnam during the Revolutionary War siege of Boston, when Inman’s own son was fighting with the British.
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