The Best Spots In Boston To Watch The New England Patriots In Super Bowl LIII

Our New England Patriots are back at it once again this weekend as they take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII. Even the folks at Sam Adams are rejoicing with the release of a new beer (Too Old, Too Slow, Still Here), a farmhouse double New England IPA, in honor of the greatest quarterback of all time – TB12.

If you don’t have plans yet to celebrate out on the town, we have got you covered. Here’s a look at the best places to watch the Super Bowl to see if Tom Brady, Julian Edelman, Patrick Chung, Kyle Van Noy and the rest of the team can bring home a sixth win to Boston.

Mastro’s Ocean Club

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Watching the Super Bowl at a haute steakhouse? Yes, please. Mastro’s shimmering waterfront location in the Seaport District is where you will want to be this weekend to snack on caviar, foie gras, oysters Rockefeller, colossal crab cocktail and their unforgettable seafood tower. From there, move onto a juicy 22-ounce bone-in ribeye, Kansas City strip, bone-in filet, sauteed sea scallops or Alaskan halibut. Doesn’t get much better than this.

25 Fan Pier Boulevard, Boston; Website

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

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There would be nothing quite like watching this year’s Patriots’ win another legendary Super Bowl than at at a historic landmark like Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Old City Hall near Downtown Crossing. Order up a bottle of Veuve Clicquot here and dig into their signature sizzling blue crab cakes or crispy lobster tail before moving on to a well marbled Tomahawk ribeye, Chilean sea bass or stuffed chicken breast. This will surely be a win-win.

Oceanaire Seafood Room

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Over in the Financial District, there is only one way to celebrate the Pats making it to the Super Bowl – with a celebratory stuffed lobster. The Oceanaire delivers this crowd favorite with lump crab, rock shrimp, saffron fennel with a cracker crumb topping. Other game-day indulgences like chicken fried lobster with truffled honey, escargot Bourguignonne, grilled oysters, charred Spanish octopus and grilled Massachusetts sea bass served “angry” style are sure to put you in a good mood.

40 Court Street, Boston; Website


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On Sunday, Noir at The Charles Hotel in Cambridge is going to be the perfect place to be to relax and unwind at the hotel’s 1940s-themed cocktail bar. Sip on a handcrafted cocktail in this sexy setting with fun names like Beat the Devil and Still Berning (don’t forget we’re still here) to cheer our favorite football team on.

One Bennett Street, Cambridge; Website

Battery Wharf Hotel

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This North End hotel will be rolling out the red carpet and holding nothing back at their haute reception on Sunday. The Super Bowl party gets underway at 5 p.m. and runs until 10:30 p.m. featuring a specialty game-day menu for New England sports enthusiasts at this luxe waterfront beauty. Hopefully, by the end of the night, we will all be cracking that celebratory bottle of bubbly.

3 Battery Wharf, Boston; Website