Doyle’s Cafe in Jamaica Plain doesn’t just sling beer, burgers and chowder, it’s almost a living museum of Boston politics, a place where patrons are encouraged to offer their opinions, not the latest hot take from social media. Owner Gerry Burke Jr. calls it the “sinecure for politics in Boston.”
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