Quick Hits Boston: Where to watch the Patriots in Super Bowl LI

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This weekend is certainly going to be a nail biting one here in Boston with the New England Patriots vying to become the Super Bowl champions once again. Not to rub it in, but with four out of eight wins (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX and XLIX), the most for any football team, and our record breaking quarterback looking better than ever, we are all hoping the team returns to Boston next week for another victory parade. In the meantime, here are a few haute spots to check out Super Bowl LI Sunday night.

Tom BradyPhoto Credit: New England Patriots



1 The Fours Restaurant and Sports Bar

The Fours
One of the best sports bars in town is located in the best section of the city - just steps from the TD Garden, home to the Celtics and Bruins. The walls here are lined with all sorts of sports memorabilia (think historic photos and autographed jerseys) from all of our winning home teams. Grab a seat at the bar and order a local brew to pair up with an order of their famed Buffalo chicken nachos, steak and cheese egg rolls or bowl of thick and creamy New England clam chowder. Move onto a John Hannah burger or Doug Flutie chicken sandwich served with a winning side of their famous Boston baked beans. (The Fours was ranked the number one sports bar in America by Sports Illustrated).
166 Canal Street Boston, MA 02114

2 Cask 'n Flagon

Cask 'n Flagon
Cask ‘n Flagon, simply known to locals as The Cask, will celebrate the Patriots return to the Super Bowl this Sunday with the game broadcast on more than 200 combined HDTVs. Don't miss "The Big Game Special," a bucket of four Coors Lights served with a fun take on their signature nachos (think potato wedge nachos topped with jack cheese, shredded lettuce, chopped onions, diced tomatoes and jalapeños with guacamole, sour cream and fresh pico de gallo).
62 Brookline Avenue Boston, MA 02215

3 Tony C's Sports Bar & Grill

Tony C's
Over in the Seaport District, Tony C's Sports Bar & Grill serves up sports lovers one of the best views of Boston Harbor. Warm up with an order of soft pretzels with cheese queso for dipping or a cup of home run chili to get you started. The sports themed restaurant has flat screen TVs almost everywhere you look so you won't miss a play when digging into an order of teriyaki grilled steak tips or lobster mac and cheese. There is a second location near Fenway Park.
250 Northern Ave Boston, MA, 02210

4 Champions

Tucked inside the Boston Marriott Copley Place, you wouldn't expect a massive sports bar unless you are in the know, which you are now. Whether you live in the city of champions or are visiting title town, Champions is the place to be to catch a game in Back Bay. Be sure to arrive early at the circular bar to score a great seat for the game that you will view from the massive thirty six 46-inch HDTV video wall (the largest in the city). There are also more than 36 beers on tap, so you certainly won't leave here thirsty.
110 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02116

5 Game On Fenway

Blazing Paddles
One of the largest sports bars in town with a massive 13,000 square feet of space is located just steps from Fenway Park. The two-level Game On has more than 30 HDTVs so you are guaranteed a great view of the game from virtually any seat in the house. Max & Leo's serves up coal-fired pizzas and wings on the first floor while the lower level features Blazing Paddles where you never know who you might see playing a round of ping pong at one of the 12 championship tables. Because it is attached to Fenway Park, be sure to check out the batting cage (out back) used by the Red Sox visiting team.
82 Lansdowne Street Boston, MA 02215
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