Five Of The Greatest Sports Bars In Boston For Football Sunday

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The weekends in Boston are made to celebrate our favorite Boston sports teams and we look forward to continuing the celebration through football Sunday. From the North End to the Seaport District and beyond, here’s a look at the greatest sports bars in Boston to watch the New England Patriots vie for their sixth Super Bowl win.


Tavern in the Square

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The bar at this North Station haute spot is surrounded by TVs so you will have a great view of Tom Brady’s next record-setting pass from any seat in the house. It’s the weekend so that means you can indulge, or overindulge as the case may be, in some of your favorite foods at this popular bar located across from the TD Garden. Try the house fries here that just might be the most overindulgent dish in the city topped with cheese, bacon and chives. Did we mention there are 50 beers on tap that you can linger over after the a la carte brunch they offer on Sundays?

120 Beverly Street, Boston, MA 02114; Website


Cask ‘n Flagon

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There really is no better way to watch a football game than with an order of crispy wings in hand and the Cask (as it is better known to locals) does it best. The one-pound order of jumbo wings here are dry rubbed and tossed with your choice of a fiery buffalo, sweet chili or honey barbecue sauce with the classic accoutrements. If the game goes into overtime, you may want to stick around for a double order paired up with a local brew (perhaps a Mayflower IPA or a Harpoon stout) for the perfect end zone party.

62 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215; Website


Vito’s Tavern

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The folks at Vito’s Tavern love Tom Brady so much they have a massive mural of him hanging from the wall inside the cozy neighborhood tavern. There are six flat screen TVs lining the bar so you won’t miss any of the GOAT’s action at this North End favorite. Order up an ice cold pitcher of beer and pair it up with an order of chicken parm sliders (this is the North End after all), Sicilian meatball sliders (made with veal, pork and beef) or gooey short rib potato skins (topped with Monterey Jack and cheddar cheeses).

54 Salem Street, Boston, MA 02113; Website


Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill

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If you are over in the Seaport District, head over to Tony C’s, the only sports bar located on the waterfront. Named after Red Sox legend and Massachusetts native, Tony Conigliaro, Tony C’s has another location near Fenway Park along with two others in the suburbs. This isn’t your typical chain food restaurant – instead, expect made-to-order sauces, massive burgers with fresh Black Angus ground beef and touchdown favorites like the Chicken Conigliaro, pan seared chicken and angel hair pasta topped with a lemon butter caper sauce.

250 Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02210; Website



Game On!

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One of the coolest places to check out on game day is Game On! near Fenway Park. The massive two-story sports lover’s paradise (there are 13,000 square feet to be exact) features full bars on both levels and more than 30 flat screen TVs. Dig into a winning order of lemon rosemary coal fired wings or one of Max & Leo’s specialty pizzas like The Brooksy made with grilled chicken, caramelized onions, wild mushrooms and mascarpone and mozzarella cheeses.

82 Lansdowne St | Boston, MA 02215; Website

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