Thursday, July 24, 2008

Holly-Go-Lightly Meets The Hampshire House In Next Dinner & Movie Series!

Beginning on Saturday, August 9th, The Hampshire House celebrates one of the most luminous stars ever to grace the silver screen with “Dinner & A Movie: The Audrey Hepburn Series.”

Funny Face, August 9th – Hepburn and Fred Astaire light up the screen in this musical tale of an unlikely romance between a fashion photographer and his young ingĂ©nue.

Breakfast at Tiffany's, August 29th – Our leading lady plays Manhattan socialite Holly-Go-Lightly - arguably her most memorable role.

Charade, September 5th – In this story of suspense, Hepburn is a widow pursued by greedy, dangerous thugs who are after her vast fortune.

My Fair Lady, September 6th – Hepburn portrays Eliza Doolittle, a flower girl transformed by a determined professor in this classic rags-to-riches tale.

Dinner begins at 7 pm. Admission is $30 per guest, and includes the film and three-course meal. Availability is limited. Make your reservations today!

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Monday, July 14, 2008

FREE Shot Glasses at Cheers!

When you pick up a hot souvenir for friends or family at Cheers this summer, you’re guaranteed to get a cool deal! Spend $10 in any of our retail store locations, and receive a FREE shot glass! This signature glass is inscribed with our famous “Cheers” logo. Fill ‘er up with your drink of choice, and enjoy! Perfect for those great summer gatherings at that favorite watering hole – your backyard.

Pick one up today!

Friday, July 11, 2008

Come to Cheers and Be eNORMously Famous!

The few. The proud. The members of the Norm Burger Hall of Fame. These distinguished devourers earned their rightful place in "Cheers history" by consuming a truly monumental burger! This mouthwatering creation consists of two juicy beef patties topped with Muenster cheese, mushrooms, onion rings, lettuce, and tomato, all served on a GIANT bun with a
side of French fries and a pickle spear!

Come in and claim your spot in the Hall of Fame!

Be eNORMously famous today!

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Cheers Introduces New Menus!

Need to beat the heat? This summer, cool down with refreshing new menus at Cheers Beacon Hill and Cheers Faneuil Hall!

We’re mixing things up by adding new flavors to old favorites! Try Cliff’s More-Than-A-Grilled Cheese, which offers three delicious cheeses melted on multi-grain bread with fire roasted red peppers, olives and fresh tomato!

In the mood for something a little more exotic? Enjoy Lillith’s Pan Asian Salad, a refreshing mixture of soy-ginger chicken breast, snap peas, and crisp lettuce tossed with our signature sesame soy dressing and topped with fried wontons.

And, of course, no trip to Boston would be complete without a Boston Cream Pie, the quintessential Boston dessert!

All these dishes and much more can be found on our new menus, located here for Beacon Hill and here for Faneuil Hall! Come on in and try something new today!

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Back By Popular Demand…

The Hampshire House invites you to enjoy the fourth installment of “Dinner & A Movie: The Alfred Hitchcock Series”, featuring an iconic film from the ultimate master-of-suspense!

On Saturday, July 19th, enjoy a presentation of “North by Northwest”. Cary Grant stars as an advertising exec mistaken for a government agent by a group of foreign spies, and is pursued across the country as he looks for a way to survive.

Dinner begins at 7 pm. Admission is $30 per guest, and includes the film and three-course meal. Our full menu is available for viewing here. Availability is limited. Make your reservations today!

Celebrate the 4th at Cheers!

Fourth of July fun doesn’t have to stop after the fireworks! Stop by either Cheers Beacon Hill or Cheers Faneuil Hall after the festivities to relax and cool off with a refreshing pint of one of our many famous lagers! No need to fire up the grill: our mouthwatering selection of classic burgers will be sure to suit your appetite!

Bring the whole party down! Celebrate the 232nd year of America’s independence at Cheers, a true American institution!