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Boston’s Best Bars To Watch U.S. Open Tennis

August 21, 2014 6:00 AM

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A general view is seen as Novak Djokovic of Serbia plays Rafael Nadal of Spain on Day 15 of the 2013 US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 9, 2013. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

A general view is seen as Novak Djokovic of Serbia plays Rafael Nadal of Spain on Day 15 of the 2013 US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 9, 2013. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

A general view is seen as Novak Djokovic of Serbia plays Rafael Nadal of Spain on Day 15 of the 2013 US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 9, 2013. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

A general view as Novak Djokovic plays Rafael Nadal at the 2013 US Open. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

Boston is world-renowned for its amazing, spirit-filled sports bars. While most of these bars are dedicated to Boston team sports like baseball, football, basketball and hockey, Boston has recently become a great destination to watch less popular sports. The 2014 World Cup was incredibly popular here earlier in the summer, and the U.S. Open is sure to gain a dedicated viewership as well. Below are the top five sports bars to catch the U.S. Open in 2014.

Jerry Remy’s Seaport
250 Northern Ave.
Boston, MA 02210
(617) 856-7369
www.jerryremysseaport.com

Jerry Remy’s Seaport is hands down the best sports bar in Boston. Not only does the bar feature multiple giant screens so patrons can catch all of their favorite sports simultaneously, but it also has outdoor seating and waterfront views. The only thing left to make the viewing experience complete is Remy’s incredible menu of bar food and beer list. Make sure to arrive early to claim a seat for the games because when it comes to popular sporting events, Remy’s often boasts a line out the door.
Sports Grille Boston
132 Canal St.
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 367-9302
www.sportsgrilleboston.com

Sports Grille Boston is another one of the city’s top-rated sports bars. This venue is located by the TD Bank Garden, making it a popular destination for hockey and basketball games. However, the warm intimate vibe and TVs at each table make Sports Grille Boston the perfect place to watch the tennis games with a good group of friends or family. Plus, there are plenty of other sports bars nearby for crowds that want to bar hop without missing any of the matches.
The Times Irish Pub
112 Broad St.
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 357-8463
www.timesirishpub.com

If the weather is good, The Times Irish Pub is the ideal setting to watch the U.S. Open. The Times features two TVs in the outdoor seating area. Its menu also extends past traditional Irish pub fare and includes some really innovative sandwiches and salads. The Times is also a great place to meet people after work because it is conveniently located in the financial district.
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The Boston Sail Loft
80 Atlantic Ave.
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 227-7280
www.thebostonsailloft.com

The Boston Sail Loft in Boston’s North End is not a typical sports bar. However, it is a great place to catch this year’s U.S. Open in order to experience that old club house setting that we all picture in the world of tennis. Patrons are sure to meet other tennis fans, so it is the perfect venue to meet like-minded Bostonians. Plus, the Sail Loft has some great clam chowder and fried clams!
Clarke’s at Faneuil Hall
21 Merchants Row
Boston, MA 02109
(617) 227-7800
www.clarkesboston.com

Clarke’s at Faneuil Hall is a great place to meet friends and watch the U.S. Open. It is conveniently located, affordable and has a spirited crowd. The pub has multiple TVs and the waitstaff is very friendly and happy to change the channel to any game. Every night, Clarke’s offers $3 Pabst Blue Ribbons and often has appetizer deals. The french fries are to die for!
Related: Boston’s Best Salons For MenCameron Bruns is the founder of BostonGreenBlog.com and co-author of Just Us Gals Boston. She lives in Boston’s North End, where her goal is to promote ethical, stylish, and sustainable lifestyle choices to all Boston residents. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.
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