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Boston’s Best Bars To Experience The 2013 Super Bowl

January 24, 2013 6:00 AM

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Enjoy the full experience of the 2013 Super Bowl (airing on CBS) with food, drinks and fun at a local Boston bar. These bars offer the tastiest wings, the biggest selection of beers, and the best views on their flat screen TVs. Cheer on your favorite team while not missing a minute of the action at Boston’s best bars for the Super Bowl.
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The Four’s
166 Canal St.
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 720-4455

The Four’s was one of the first sports pubs in the country, and has been a Boston favorite since 1976. It has 42 TVs throughout the restaurant, so you won’t miss a play. Enjoy a beer or your favorite drink while checking out one of the biggest sports memorabilia collections in the Boston area. The menu includes super bowls of soup, the Doug Flutie chicken sandwich, salads, entrees and desserts. Don’t forget to try a delicious crock of homemade clam chowder to warm up on a cold game day.

Photo Credit: Bleacher Bar via Facebook

Photo Credit: Bleacher Bar via Facebook

Bleacher Bar
82A Lansdowne St.
Boston, MA 02228
(617) 262-2424

Bleacher Bar sits below the bleachers in Fenway Park, just feet away from the Ted Williams Red Seat. Allow your sports worlds to collide as you watch the Super Bowl while looking out over center field. Indulge in fresh, house made bar food, and a selection of bottled or draft beer. Try the fried pickles, all-beef sliders, pastrami burger, or cheese steak flatbread. Prices are reasonable, and the staff is friendly and attentive. Your drink will never be empty here.

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(Credit: Sports Grille Boston/Facebook)

(Credit: Sports Grille Boston/Facebook)

Sports Grille Boston
132 Canal St.
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 367-9302

Sports Grille Boston provides the perfect Super Bowl environment. It boasts more than 100 plasma-screen televisions, so every seat is the best seat in the house. The extensive menu includes appetizers, burgers and hot dogs, sandwiches, pizza, entrees and a kids menu. The Sports Grille Sampler of buffalo wings, chicken fingers, potato skins, and mozzarella sticks is a fan favorite. You’ll also have no problem finding a beer that’s right for you. Order your beer in bottles, buckets or pitchers, or choose from up to 25 on draft.

(Photo Credit: Champions/Facebook)

(Photo Credit: Champions/Facebook)

110 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 927-5304

Champions is situated on the second floor of the Boston Marriott Copley Place. Along with its sleek architecture, it boasts Boston’s largest viewing screen. You’ll feel like you’re right on the field. Dine on breakfast, lunch or dinner, while choosing from more than 36 beers on tap. Try the buffalo chicken cheese dip, a Boston lobster roll, braised short ribs or the trophy brownie sundae. If you’re looking for something to share, the Champions sampler tower is the perfect fit with wings, sliders, onion rings and waffle fries.

(Photo credit: Fritz/Facebook)

(Photo credit: Fritz/Facebook)

26 Chandler St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 482-4428

Fritz in the South End is Boston’s premier gay sports bar. All are welcome to enjoy a drink while watching the game on one of the many flat screen plasma televisions. The dress code is casual, and the drinks are more than reasonably priced. Make sure to try one of the famous Bloody Marys while you are here. Fritz is known for its popular weekend brunches, as well as its support and sponsorship of the local gay sports community.

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Kim Vareika is the owner of Vareika Personal Training and Yoga in Plainville. She has been in the fitness industry for over ten years, and believes that wellness is about more than just physical health. When she is not teaching, practicing, or writing, she resides in Bridgewater where she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her nephew Caesar. Her work can be found at

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