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Boston’s Best Sports Bars

August 28, 2014 8:00 AM

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Jerry Remy's Boylston location (credit: jerryremys.com)

Jerry Remy’s Boylston location (credit: jerryremys.com)

Boston locals love their sports teams. When tickets aren’t readily available, or a trip to the park or arena isn’t in the budget, there are plenty of places to go with friends to cheer on Boston’s teams. Besides plenty of TVs to catch every moment, these spots also offer food, drinks, music and fun.
Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and Grill
Jerry Remy's outside Fenway Park (Photo courtesy: Jerry Remy's/Facebook)

Jerry Remy’s outside Fenway Park (Photo courtesy: Jerry Remy’s/Facebook)


1265 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 236-7369
www.jerryremys.com

With its prime location right next to Fenway Park, Jerry Remy’s boasts one of the best roof decks, menus and TVs for viewing all of the games. There are two 6.5×11-foot screen TVs and a menu packed with American food favorites to look forward to. When the weather warms up, guests head up to the roof for drinks and an unbeatable atmosphere, overlooking Fenway’s right-field wall from the 45-seat patio.

(credit: gameonboston.com)

(credit: gameonboston.com)

Game On
82 Lansdowne St.
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 351-7001
www.gameonboston.com

Also located near Fenway Park is Game On. This spot prides itself on offering 90 high-definition televisions and a state-of-the-art sound system to make watching the big sporting event even more exciting. It is the kind of place you go for dinner, drinks and dancing, and they even offer Blazing Paddles downstairs, which is Boston’s first place offering ping pong.

(Credit: Sports Grille Boston/Facebook)

(Credit: Sports Grille Boston/Facebook)

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

Sports Grille Boston is a perfect spot to watch sports since it offers over 100 plasma televisions throughout the bar and restaurant. Located on Canal Street, the Sports Grille is just steps from the TD Garden, making it popular for pre- or post-game food and drinks. There are 25 beers on tap and pub grub classics like steak tips, sandwiches and pizza to enjoy while watching all of the sports you could ask for.

Related:  Guide To Boston Sports Bars

Photo credit: The Harp/Facebook

Photo credit: The Harp/Facebook

The Harp
85 Causeway St.
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 742-1010
www.harpboston.com

There is a reason the line weaves out the door and around the block at the Harp. That’s because it is a sports bar destination worth a visit by the TD Garden. The Harp offers live music, a DJ, food, drinks and plenty of TVs for viewing the local teams. Highlights on the menu include chicken and waffles, lobster macaroni and cheese and signature burgers.

Photo credit: Champions Boston (Facebook)

Photo credit: Champions Boston (Facebook)

Champions 
110 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 927-5304
www.championsboston.com

Located right in the Boston Marriott Copley Place is Champions. Offering a more upscale feel, this sports bar has plenty of beer (36 on tap to be exact) and cocktails, plus 18 wines by the glass and more lounge-like surroundings. But with plenty of sports games to watch on the 40 TVs that fill the walls and American grilled cuisine to dig into, it is a comfortable atmosphere for sports viewing. Nachos, buffalo chicken dip, wings and burgers are just a few menu highlights.

Related:  Watch Sports For Free: Top 5 Sports Bars In Boston

Michelle Levine is a creative energetic, young professional that is passionate about everything Boston has to offer. She loves to attend local events, dine out, and cook and wants to share her findings with you. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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