Originally on Province Street in Downtown Crossing with origins dating back to the 1940s, The Littlest Bar has reopened in a new--and slightly larger--location on Broad Street in the Financial District. The new spot, covered with old-school memorabilia including photos and a letter from former Boston mayor Ray Flynn. On the old tip, they've got the usual Irish suspects on tap (Guinness, Smithwick's, Magners, etc), the original soft finished pine bar (with a piece split off to create another table in back). On the new side, they've now got a (digital!) jukebox, nine naturally shaped pine wood tables, an unfinished wooden timber slated ceiling, and exposed brick walls.