It seems that a Boston institution that has been providing food and beverages for more than 100 years is closing its doors.

According to posters on social media at the weekend, including tweet From @DunnTimothyP, Red Hat, located in the Beacon Hill community of the city, may be closed on June 27. A message was sent to the Bowden Street site on Sunday asking for more details about the closure. As of Monday afternoon, no response has been received.A new tweet postal Karyn Regal from WBZ seemed to confirm this, saying: “I heard that the Red Hat Hotel opened in 1907 and may close next weekend.”

For many years, Red Hat has been a popular place for business people, politicians and college students at nearby Suffolk University. The upstairs area is more like a restaurant, and the downstairs area is a bar.

The address of The Red Hat is 9 Bowdoin Street, Boston, MA, 02114.Its website can be found at

after Mark Herwitz (You can also follow us on Twitter @Hidden Boston)

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