Restaurants Celebrate Red Sox Home Opener with Specials

Several Boston-area restaurants are offering fun specials to celebrate the start of the season.




Wally's Screwball at 110 Grill

 

With the Red Sox official home opener this Thursday, a few restaurants in the city and in the greater Boston-area are offering up fun food and drink specials to celebrate the start of the season. Go Sox!

ReelHouse, East Boston’s waterfront dining destination will offer a special Sox Cider cocktail on Thursday, April 5, all day long. Featuring Down East Cider from the neighborhood, St. Germaine, and raspberry, the Sox Cider will be available for $11. 

 

ReelHouse's Sox Cider

 

Coppersmith, South Boston’s dynamic venue serving globally-inspired fare, will be serving two Sox-themed cocktails: The Grand Slam and Green Monster. Both available on Thursday, April 5, for $10 each, the Grand Slam features Triple 8 Cranberry, New Amsterdam Peach, simple syrup, and soda water; and the Green Monster is a thirst-quenching melon margarita. 

 

The Grand Slam (left) and Green Monster at Coppersmith

 

Wally’s Screwball will be available at all 110 Grill Massachusetts locations through April 5 for $10. Featuring Stoli Raspberry Vodka mixed with a combination of fresh tropical juices, shaken, and poured over Blue Curacao, Wally’s Screwball is the perfect drink to cheers to the 118th season! Locations in Massachusetts include Athol, Berlin, Fall River, Braintree, Haverhill, Chelmsford, Leominster, Marlboro, and Hopkinton.

 

Wally's Screwball at 110 Grill

 

Pauli’s North End, the fast-casual Italian restaurant, is taking its own spin on the Fenway Frank offering guests the Boston Dog and Cuban Dog in honor of the Sox home opener opponent on Thursday, April 5. The Boston Dog is available for $25.99 each and is an all-beef bacon-wrapped dog on a butter toasted sub roll and topped with New England lobster meat. The Cuban is available for $13.99 and comes with ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and yellow mustard.

 

The Boston Dog at Pauli's North End

 

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