When football season is in full swing, leave your favorite spot on the couch behind – for the upbeat atmosphere of these spots in Boston, which are perfect to watch any football teams play.
The Patriots are the hottest ticket in town. If you can’t get to the game, here are several bars — both in and out of the city — where you can watch the game instead.
Gillette Stadium is the home of the three-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and the New England Revolution.
You can choose to belly up to the bar or dine al fresco at these establishments, which are open year-round.
The CBS Scene Restaurant and Bar at Patriot Place in Foxboro has been named “2013 Sports Bar of the Year,” according to the Nightclub & Bar Media Group.
Gresh & Zo are at the CBS Scene and started off with the latest move by the Red Sox to acquire outfielder Shane Victorino, but what could they do to get help with pitching?
The NFL Network’s Bert Breer joined Gresh and Zo to talk football. What team is the second best in the AFC East?
Gresh and Zo kicked things off at CBS Scene at Gillete Stadium talking about Tuesday night’s interview with Bobby Valentine about his one season with the Red Sox.
Gresh & Zo are at CBS scene with Bert Breer talking about the NFL and everything going on around the league.
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