In Boston, there is always the expectation that this is the year, and this one is no different. Which means everyone in the area is pretty excited for the season to start. So, if you can’t make it into Fenway Park but still want to catch the game, we’ve got you covered.
In this post, we’re going to highlight five of our favorite sports bars to watch the Red Sox. Visit any of these to check out Red Sox Opening Day or any of the other games the rest of the season.
The Bleacher Bar
If you can’t get a ticket to the game, the closest you can get to Fenway is by grabbing a seat at The Bleacher Bar. Not only does it have a great sports bar set up with lots of flat screen tvs but it also has one pretty awesome feature: an opening that looks out right at center field.
Although The Fours has a prime North End spot right by TD Garden, it’s also a great place to watch the Red Sox too. It’s been on a number of lists of America’s best sports bars. With two floors filled with tvs and a huge bar area, this spot is always filled with sports fans.
Featuring over 20 flat screen televisions, South Boston’s Stats has been one of the biggest draws of the sports bar scene in the area. You’ll be able to catch the game from every angle with friends plus get a full menu for lunch and dinner at this bar.
Tony C’s Sports Bar and Grill
Want to catch the game and have an awesome view? You can’t beat the right on the water location of Tony C’s Sports Bar and Grill Seaport location. If you want to be surrounded by dozens of high definition flat screens to catch the Sox, this is the bar for you.
If you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the bars in town, head to Somerville and catch a game at Parlor Sports. Not only do they offer plenty of tvs and high quality pub fare, they also have an incredible (and ever evolving) crafted cocktails and beer menu. These are just a few of the sports bars you can check out this season. Hopefully you’re as excited for Opening Day as we are!