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Best Bars in Boston to Watch Red Sox Playoff Games

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Best Bars in Boston to Watch the Red Sox Playoffs

Another October is here, and the Red Sox faithful are all tuning in to watch the boys of summer go after another World Series title. There’s no atmosphere quite like playoff baseball, and if you’re looking to catch a game out on the town, the atmosphere is sure to electric. Here are the best places in town to catch the game:

The Bleacher Bar

One of the coolest bars to watch Red Sox playoff games is the Bleacher Bar. The bar is located below Fenway Park’s center field seats allowing the visitors to watch through the windows facing the field. This is the best view you can have without purchasing a ticket. Sports fans can visit the bar at any time of the year to watch any game or enjoy the beautiful view of the magnificent stadium. While watching your preferred game at the Bleacher Bar, you can order sweets, salads, soups, hot and cold sandwiches, snacks, and burgers.

Tony C’s

If you are a hardcore Red Sox fan, you’ll want to watch a game together with fellow diehards. Tony C’s, formerly Jerry Remy is now owned by a Red Sox great Tony Conigliaro. The bar has a number of giant size screens to allow the fans to have a view they won’t have anywhere else in its four locations in the city.

The Burlington location has a high ceiling, 46 TVs, and four 16-foot screens placed strategically to allow fans to watch their favorite game in any location. At the Seaport Location, there is a 32-foot HD video wall and over 40 TVs, making it easy for fans to enjoy the game. It is recommended to arrive early to get a good seat, as they can get packed out quickly during big games.

The Four’s

The Four’s has been offering the Bostonian sports fans an opportunity to watch their favorite game in a fun environment since 1976. With 42 TVs, you’re sure to have a good view for the game.  On the walls are numerous photos and memorabilia of some the most revered Red Sox figures of past and present.


Another fantastic place to watch Red Sox playoff games is at McGreevy’s. The storied bar is well known to local sports fans for it’s reasonably priced drinks, great food, and its camaraderie. During the summertime, you will always find fellow Red Sox fans watching the game. Apart from having an exclusive “Game Day” menu, most fans love McGreevy’s for its projection screen and private basement bar. The bar is noticeable as it is located on Boylston Street, in the heart of the city. Some of the city’s best dining and shopping centers surround this bar.

Game On!

If you are looking for a place with giant screens to watch Red Sox playoff games, Game On! is worth a look. With the screens hanged everywhere, it is easy for the fans to watch the game. The place is always packed for playoff games, creating an electric atmosphere to watch.

Regardless of where you choose to watch Red Sox playoff games, you’re sure to find a pub full of fans going nuts for the Sox. These places are among the most popular in the city, and provide an environment unlike any other to take in the game However, if your a Yankees fan, it’s recommended to keep your pinstripes at home and stay low key, unless your ready to get taunted the entire game!

Demetrios Salpoglou

Demetrios Salpoglou

Published October 8, 2018

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