5 February
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Best Sports Bars in Boston | By Maya Michalewicz

Super Bowl weekend is upon us, so whether you’re going out with friends for drinks, or you just want to watch the game around fans, we’ve put together a list of Boston sports bars offering the best spots to catch a Pats, Sox, Bruins, or Celtics game.


Cask ‘n Flagon | 62 Brookline Avenue

An iconic spot near Fenway Park, Cask ‘n Flagon is a staple in the city! Right on the corner of Lansdowne, this bustling corner next to the Green Monster is hard to miss. This large space has TVs set up everywhere and a menu featuring some upscale bar snacks with some traditional snacks people love, and an extensive beer selection. If you love your time there, then make sure to check it out in the warmer months too, as this spot also has great outdoor seating.

The Harp | 85 Causeway Street

The Harp is a go-to spot for casual vibes, sports excitement, and good times. With locations near TD Garden and Gillette Stadium in Boston and Foxborough, it’s a fave in many neighborhoods. Gather with friends or family this weekend to watch the game, or come for some pre/post-game fun. Enjoy tasty comfort food and a variety of drinks from their ever-changing menus—there’s something for everyone!

The Broadway | 726 E Broadway

A Southie staple, the Broadway’s got you covered with plenty of drinks, shareable bites like wings and mozzarella sticks, and hot wood-fired pizzas. Watch the game on widescreen TVs and don’t miss a play!

Scores | 166 Canal Street

Say bye to the old Fours and hi to Scores, the swanky new sports bar that took its place. Grab some awesome flatbreads, burgers, and snacks designed with help from an Abe & Louie’s pro.

Banners Kitchen & Tap | 82 Causeway St

Hang out at Banners in Hub on Causeway, just a skip away from TD Garden. It’s the perfect spot before or after the game. Root for your favorite team on their many screens, including a whopping 40-foot-long one that they boast is the biggest in the Northeast. Plus, they’ve got Topgolf Swing Suites for added fun.

Cathedral Station | 1222 Washington Street

Cathedral Station stands out as Boston’s unique blend of a gay bar and sports bar, and it’s top-notch. After dining at Myers & Chang, head over to Cathedral Station to watch the game. Enjoy free pool and darts, chill on the patio, and take advantage of rare free parking in the South End at the back.


We hope that you check out some of our favorite sports bars around Boston, and share your favorites with us as well! Whatever your sport of choice, there’s no better city to be a fan in than Boston!