Boston sometimes gets a bad rap for being sleepy. Perhaps sensing this, Mayor Marty Walsh is floating the idea of keeping some bars and restaurants open until 3:30 a.m., in select neighborhoods. "We have a lot of companies, high tech, bio tech, financial services companies in our city and we have a lot of international folks living in our city. And a lot of these folks are used to living in cities that stay open later at night," he told WBZ. Now for the bureaucracy part: He's creating a task force to look into it, though he does hope to create a pilot program in time to coincide with late-night MBTA service.
Which restaurants would you like to see stay open late?