by Jaclyn Reiss - 0 Reviews - 16 List
During baseball season in Boston, the restaurants and bars near Fenway Park truly become Red Sox Nation. Sox fans looking for cold beer and shiny televisions flock to the many nearby restaurants, bars and clubs. No matter your pre- or post-game desires, we've got you covered on the best places for food and drink near Fenway Park.
(Photo: Dave Kaminsky)
Updated: May 26, 2010
Fuel up nearby before "The Star-Spangled Banner" begins.
The name says it all: If you're looking for an extensive beer selection near Fenway, look no further. Try the lip-smacking blueberry ale, a local favorite. If you're looking to get plastered, go with the Hercules Strong Ale, which boasts 11.5 percent alcohol by volume.
Scoozi quite simply has it all: affordable yet impressive Italian sandwiches, salads and entrees, as well as a beer and wine list sure to impress your crowd o' pals. Pre-game with inexpensive draft beers, or class it up with a $24.50 pitcher of house-made sangria.
Toast a victory or drown your sorrows at these nearby watering holes.
Here's where you can get your pool shark on among the restaurants and bars near Fenway Park. Arrive early to avoid having to wait for a table at this unrivaled billiard club. On Wednesday, ladies (four minimum per table) play for free; female groups of three or less receive a 25-percent discount.
With a low $5 cover and a mix of '80s, '90s and contemporary music, Tequila Rain offers a self-described "Spring Break 52 weeks a year" and caters mostly to Boston's vibrant college community. Catch all the highlights on the city's largest video wall, or grab a sidewalk table and observe bustling Lansdowne Street.