Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or you just want to catch the Olympic figure skaters on a flatscreen, you can’t go wrong with hitting a local sports bar to enjoy food, drinks, and entertainment at the same time. Read on to find our favorite bars in Boston for catching that big game.
1. Tony C’s
At any of the 5 Tony C’s locations in Boston, you’ll be sure to catch your favorite game on at least one of their multiple flatscreen TVs. They have a great selection of beers on tap, many of which are from local breweries, and their steaks and burgers are a delicious addition to your viewing experience.
A neighborhood favorite, Seapoint has the classic sports bar amenities: delicious grilled food, a good selection of beers on tap, and wide-screen TVs to feast your eyes on the game. Highlights of the menu include their famous steak tips and potato skins appetizer. With a traditional sports bar vibe and free parking, this is a go-to spot for catching sporting events.
Cathedral Station, Boston’s only LGBTQ sports bar, is a great contender for watching your favorite games. One of the bar’s best features is its incredible patio, perfect for watching the game even from outside the bar, and their food and drinks menu is great for dinner in the meantime. An added bonus: free parking!
For a more upscale, hipster vibe, check out Parlor Sports in Union Square. They’ve got all the best features of a sports bar—huge screens, great beer selection—but they also offer some delicious mixed drinks in a very relaxed atmosphere.
5. The Kenmore
Another less “traditional” sports bar option, The Kenmore offers incredible food along with a view of the TV for catching the game. The menu features everything from burgers and wings to quinoa bowls and vegan options. If you’re looking for a more foodie experience, this should definitely be on your list of options.
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