Whether you’re looking for a spot to grab a bite before heading into the game or looking for a spot to watch all the action from afar, Boston’s top sports-viewing bars and restaurants have Opening Day covered this Thursday, April 5! Below is information about Opening Day happenings in Fenway and beyond at Bleacher Bar, Tapestry, Game On, Landsdowne Pub, Loretta’s Last Call, and Kings Dining & Entertainment.
82A Lansdowne St., Boston
The only spot in town where you can catch the big game in-person without a ticket, Bleacher Bar will be the place to be on Opening Day. Located inside the Green Monster looking out directly onto centerfield, Bleacher Bar will offer its full bar and food menu from 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. while guests take in the front-row action. Bleacher Bar will be 21+ once the game begins at 2 p.m.
69 Kilmarnock St., Boston
Located at 69 Kilmarnock St., just steps from Fenway Park, Tapestry will open its doors early at noon to pre-game. The dual-concept restaurant’s casual Expo Kitchen side offers the perfect atmosphere for pre or post-Sox revelry, too. The fun space includes a full bar and games, like bumper pool, shuffleboard tables and a dart board.
82 Lansdowne St., Boston
Game On will keep the Opening Day party going all day and night on Landsdowne from 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. With the game projected on its 40+ screens and batting cages in full swing guests feel like they’re a part of the action!
1 Lansdowne Street, Boston
Perfect for a drink or bite right across the street from Fenway, Landsdowne Pub will host an all-day party with live music featuring one of Boston’s most popular cover bands, Bear Fight.
Loretta’s Last Call
1 Lansdowne Street, Boston
Boston’s favorite country bar, Loretta’s Last Call, will be hosting an epic all-day party featuring live music from 11:30 a.m. to close.
Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill, Fenway
1265 Boylston Street, Boston
Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood is the place to be for Red Sox games this season with its electric atmosphere, massive “million dollar” TV wall and nearly 30 high-definition TVs – fans won’t miss a moment of the action. Named for Red Sox legend and Massachusetts native, Tony Conigliaro, Tony C’s Fenway boasts breathtaking, unobstructed views of historic Fenway Park and an expansive roof deck overlooking the Green Monster. Guests can choose from an extensive beer and wine menu or baseball-themed craft cocktails like the Hometown Heat (cazadores blanco, 03, muddled jalapeno, fresh lime, agave – $12) and Batter Up Blueberry Lemonade (Hammer & Sickle, lemonade, blueberry puree – $11) and indulge in house-made American comfort food like the signature #25 Burger (Vermont cheddar, crispy pork belly, fried egg, smoky hoisin sauce, sesame brioche – $15), Philly cheesesteak wontons with Sriracha aioli ($12) and fresh fish tacos (beer battered, French fries, chef’s dressing – $16). A slice of Red Sox style cheesecake (cream cheese, graham cracker crust, whipped cream, fresh berries – $6) or a warm chocolate brownie will end the experience on a sweet note.
Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill is also located at Liberty Wharf in Seaport, Assembly Row in Somerville, and Third Avenue in Burlington, with a fifth location slated to open this spring at the Northshore Mall in Peabody. tonycssportsbar.com
60 Seaport Blvd, Suite 255, Boston
Making it the perfect destination for sports fans looking to avoid the Fenway’s crowds on Opening Day, Kings’ new Seaport location’s revamped bar and modern gastro-sports pub concept, The Draft Room, features three impressive stadium-quality 12-foot HD LED screens, multiple HDTVs, over 40 beers on tap, and a 160-person capacity. It’s 100% made-from-scratch menu features game-day favorite including pizzas, burgers, wings, nachos, and giant mugs for its 40+ draft beers. Kings, Seaport will be opening at noon on Opening Day.