5 Top Spots To Watch The Red Sox In The World Series

With one World Series game win down and just three more to go, we here in Red Sox Nation couldn’t be more proud of our hometown team. Tonight, we are hoping to celebrate yet another win with home field advantage before our favorite team heads off to the West Coast this weekend.

Here’s a look at five of our favorite places in Boston to watch the Red Sox play against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2018 World Series.

Bleacher Bar

Bleacher BarPhoto Credit: Bleacher Bar

Boston’s best kept secret is now out, so consider yourself officially in the know. Bleacher Bar is the only haute spot in Boston where you can catch the most coveted game up close without a ticket to Fenway Park. The bar is actually located inside the Green Monster beneath the bleachers overlooking centerfield. Just steps away from the Ted Williams Red Seat, the bar will open its garage window yet again today for one of the most spectacular views on the field. Be sure to arrive early to score a front row seat to the second game of the World Series.

82A Lansdowne Street, Boston; Website

Cask ‘n Flagon

Cask 'n Flagon

Cask ‘n Flagon has been a sports lover’s staple in Boston for nearly five decades. Located at the corner of Brookline Avenue and Lansdowne Street, the prime real estate’s walls are lined with historic photographs of Red Sox legends (think Bobby Doerr (#1), Joe Cronin (#4), Carl Yastrzemski (#8), Ted Williams (#9) and Carlton Fisk (#27)). Along with their impressive number of beers on tap, diehard Sox fans also love “the Cask” for their pork belly tacos, steak tips and classic barbecue.

62 Brookline Avenue, Boston; Website

Tony C’s Sports Bar and Grill

Tony C's Sports Bar & GrillPhoto Credit: Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill

Enormous TVs line the entire bar at this fan favorite located just steps from America’s most beloved ballpark. There is a six-screen TV wall here to get in on all the action or you can brave the chilly temps and check out the roof deck overlooking the legendary Green Monster. We recommend warming up with a bowl of their signature home run chili topped with cheese and scallions for the perfect game day celebration. Adidas also recently installed a digital vending machine here (available now through the end of the World Series) dishing out prizes from autographed baseballs to Sox themed limited-edition gear. (By the way, there is only one other machine in the country like Boston’s and, of course, it’s in LA).

1265 Boylston Street, Boston; Website

The Baseball Tavern

The Baseball TavernPhoto Credit: The Baseball Tavern

Is there really any other place that has a better name devoted entirely to tonight’s game? The Baseball Tavern overlooks Fenway Park and serves up celebratory game day fare like pizzas, twin dog baskets, and every kind of burger imaginable. There are four different floors here (the roof deck is our favorite summer spot), each with its own separate bar so no matter how crowded the tavern gets, there is always room for another drink.
1270 Boylston Street, Boston; Website

Game On!

Game On!Photo Credit: Game On!

Red Sox fans will be flocking to the two-story Game On tonight to catch the 8:09 p.m. game from one of its more than 40 TVs that line the walls here. Give their signature cocktail “Sox Punch” a shot (available throughout the series) made with Diplomatico Rum, pineapple and orange juices and a splash of grenadine paired up with one of Max & Leo’s crispy pizzas. You can even try your arm after swinging at the indoor batting cage or take in a round of ping pong or cornhole in the lower level at this popular sports bar.

82 Lansdowne St., Boston; Website