Everyone knows Massachusetts is a big sports state. After all, the Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, Boston Celtics and the Boston Bruins all call the Bay State home. And what’s the next best thing after seeing the game live? Watching it among fellow fans and friends at a sports bar, of course! Check out these sports bars for the best places to watch your favorite home teams.
Northshore Magazine named Lazy Dog Sports Bar the “Best Sports Bar,” and those in vicinity agree. At least a dozen TVs broadcast games, meets, matches, etc., and the menu is typical American fare.
Serving up stadium fare, Parlor Sports is a hipster bar with many TVs broadcasting sports. The food is good and the craft brews are numerous.
Red Sox fans will love the Bleacher Bar, because it’s located underneath Fenway Park’s bleachers. Don’t look for a cocktail here, however, as draft and bottled beer is all you’ll find. The menu is simple—sandwiches, simple salads and snacks are about all they serve. The location is the big draw here.
Even though it’s not touted as a sports bar per se, Brew City Grill & Brew House is still a great place to catch the game and enjoy some beer and food. Build your own burger and order a craft beer in the industrial-themed atmosphere.
If craft beer or bourbon are what you enjoy while watching the game, visit Olde Magoun’s Saloon. The neighborhood vibe is the perfect place to enjoy a bite to eat and cheer on your favorite team. Meatloaf Monday and BBQ Thursdays are very popular here.
For the best wings and ever-evolving daily food specials, visit Sidelines Sports Bar & Grill. Their wall to wall TVs make every seat the perfect vantage point for watching your favorite teams.
Located in an old train depot, Platform Sports Bar features a full menu and an extensive beer list. More than 20 TVs line the walls, so you never have to take your eyes off the game. Enjoy the deck in warmer weather.