We’ve found some of the best places to grab a bite around Fenway Ballpark!
Come by for a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway and enjoy some killer bites from the surrounding restaurants. At the end of this guide, you’ll find a handy-dandy map for making the search easier later!
This hip Izakaya-style restaurant at the Verb hotel offers some excellent Japanese fare, and one of the city’s best ramen bowls! There’s plenty of variety on offer at Hojoko all the way from freshly-made sushi and sashimi to hearty crispy fried wings.
Find it at 1271 Boylston St.
2. Sweet Cheeks Q
If Southern-style BBQ is what you’re after then we highly suggest checking out Sweet Cheeks. This Boylston St restaurant from Tenderoni’s masterchef, Tiffani Faison, serves delectable family-style BBQ platters of tender, buttery-soft meats and hearty biscuits. Plus its laidback setting will have you feeling right at home.
Find it at 1381 Boylston St.
What began as a small bakery neighbored behind Fenway is now a Boston empire, and with good reason. Tatte’s selection of salads, sandwiches, and sweets never disappoints. It’s one of the most wonderful coffee shops in the entire city–try their House Latte, Crunchy Halloumi Salad, and Short Rib Grilled Cheese!
Find it at 1352 Boylston St.
4. Tasty Burger
It’s safe to say this retro burger joint is a total classic of the Fenway area, so our list wouldn’t be complete without it. From the Tasty Cheeseburger to their new patty melt with caramelized onions served on a griddled toasted bun, you can never go wrong when choosing Tasty!
Find it at 1301 Boylston St.
5. Loretta’s Last Call
Another great option for Southern fare, enjoy dishes like fried chicken & catfish with a side of live country music in roadhouse digs at Loretta’s Last Call.
Find it at 1 Lansdowne St.
6. El Pelón Taquería
El Pelón is a total must-try if you’re a fan of Mexican food. This Fenway outpost is a super popular destination with Red Sox fans, who you can often find lining up outside the taquería for some incredible takeout.
Find it at 92 Peterborough St.
This fast-casual seafood joint offers a menu full of fish in the sea. Try everything from fried oysters to brown butter lobster rolls and finish with their rotating soft-serve flavor!
Find it at 1321 Boylston St.
This popular spot on Comm Ave is perfect for anyone to enjoy some tasty Japanese dishes. At Uni, you’ll find all kinds of delectable dishes all the way from sushi to late-night ramen. While technically not in Fenway, it’s a very short walk away that is well worth it.
370A Commonwealth Ave.
9. Plant Pub
This vegan joint is even good enough for meat lovers. No wonder Zendaya, Ben Stiller and Lady Gaga are all fans. Find traditional American foods deliciously crafted from 100% plants at this enormous hangout, perfect for relaxing or celebrating after a ballgame.
10. India Quality
Craving some Indian food? Fenway really has it all. Just down Brookline Avenue, you’ll find some the most delicious North Indian food in the city! Try classics like Tikka Masala or opt for something new like Saag Paneer.
484 Commonwealth Ave.