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The Super Bowl is exciting no matter where you watch it. However, it becomes a football fan’s dream to enjoy it with a group of frenzied New England sports lovers on a gigantic, crystal-clear screen – and having plenty of delicious snacks and beverages around doesn’t hurt, either.
Here is a list of some of our favorite local establishments in and around the Back Bay that will make the upcoming Super Bowl even more thrilling, from the coin toss to the postgame interviews.
On Super Bowl Sunday, Clerys sets up a buffet with mouthwatering pizzas. If you’re not that hungry, you can just sit at the bar and enjoy some beers. Either way, no need to worry about missing any action, Clerys has TVs in practically every direction you look.
Since 1894, professional athletes, sports obsessives and characters of all types have gathered at McGreevy’s to share their love of local teams. Not only that, Babe Ruth himself once drank here. Today, the bar hosts football gatherings that are known for supplying enormous burgers, more than 20 screens and, yes, even confetti cannons.
Do you adore baseball as much as football? If so, you can combine those passions at the Bleacher Bar, located under Fenway Park’s cherished center field bleachers. The service is reliable and friendly, while the entrees and beers are enjoyable. When the Super Bowl ends, you can gaze out the window, survey the park and get pumped about the upcoming baseball season.
If you prefer something a little lower key, but equally as enjoyable, 30 Dalton residents are able to head upstairs to our Skyline Suite. Play billiards before the game, get your snack game on and get to know your friendly neighbors. During commercial breaks soak in the panoramic views of Fenway, the Charles River and other glories of Boston.
The Super Bowl isn’t just one of the biggest sporting, and social, events of the year. Whether you are staying in or venturing out to nearby restaurants or bars, be sure to have a blast cheering with old and new friends alike. Go Patriots!
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