838 Beacon Street
The Audubon is a short distance from Fenway Park, close enough to walk, but far enough that you won’t get the absolutely packed crowds like the places on Lansdowne. This isn’t a burger or pizza joint; it’s a sit down restaurant with entrees in the $10 to $20 range. There is an extensive beer list and wines, as well. Audubon does not take reservations.
16 Peterborough Street
An outdoor patio, pizza and pasta. What more do you need before a Red Sox game? Canestaro is an easy walk – a few blocks from Fenway Park. Reservations are taken only for groups of six or more, and they even have a few parking spots.
The Sausage Guy
The Sausage Guy doesn’t have an exact address because he is a cart set up on the street. But he’s known the world over for having the best pre-game sausages. David Littlefield secured his spot on Lansdowne in 1997 and since has served his share of athletes, celebrities and politicians. While stopping for a sausage on the way into the game may usually be a quick stop, be prepared to wait in line at The Sausage Guy.
The Elephant Walk
900 Beacon Street
Looking for something a little different than pizza and hot dogs? At the Elephant Walk, several blocks from Fenway, you’re not likely to find either. Instead, you’ll find a variety of Cambodian and French cuisine. There are several vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. You can reserve a table through OpenTable.com.
129 Jersey Street, Boston, MA 02215
A few blocks south of Fenway Park you’ll find Thaitation. The restaurant has an extensive menu, but you won’t find pizza, hot dogs and burgers on it. As the name suggests, it’s a Thai restaurant. The restaurant does take reservations.