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Welcome to the Loyal Nine Bar!
Loyal Nine is a restaurant and bar on the Boston Freedom Trail.
It is named after the Loyal Nine, a group of men who led the protests against the Stamp Act in 1765.
The Stamp Act was a tax on printed materials that was imposed by the British.
The restaurant offers a wide variety of beers, wines, and cocktails, serving a menu of American tavern favorites.
The Loyal Nine (“Loyall Nine”), a well-organized Patriot political organization shrouded in secrecy, was formed in 1765 by nine like-minded citizens of Boston to protest the passing of the Stamp Act.
The Loyal Nine evolved into the larger group Sons of Liberty and were arguably influential in that organization.