Food & Drink
6 great sports bars in Boston
Cask ’n Flagon
If you want the best of the best, try the legendary Cask ’n Flagon, voted best baseball sports bar in the country by ESPN.
62 Brookline Avenue
Just a slap shot from TD Garden, Champions offers exactly what its marketing slogan promises: “Eat. Drink. Sports.” Buffalo wings, fries, dozens of different beers, and a curved wall of screens to watch sports on.
110 Huntington Avenue
For slightly grittier fans, a trip to South Boston might be exactly what the doctor ordered, and once there, a stop at Stats is a must. There are two dozen screens on the walls and solid burgers, pizzas, and pasta on the table, for reasonable prices.
77 Dorchester Street, South Boston
“Number four in your programs, number one in your hearts … Bobby Orr.” Across the street from TD Garden, the Bruins home arena, you’ll find The Fours, which Sports Illustrated called the best sports bar in America. Yes, Bobby Orr’s photo is hanging on the wall.
166 Canal Street
You can always catch the baseball, hockey, football, or basketball highlights there, but you can also arrive for brunch and catch a Premier League match with the rest of the soccer nerds.
3 Beacon Street, Somerville
The original Jerry Remy’s is at Fenway Park, the home of the Red Sox and itself a must for the sports fan, but the second location at Liberty Wharf on Boston harbor is also a worth a visit. And the sports viewing experience is one of a kind: 32 stacked 46-inch high-definition plasma screens form the “Monster Wall.” Access by boat as well.
250 Northern Avenue
By Devin Wilson
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Published: November 19, 2015
Last edited: May 20, 2017