Score at Boston's Top Spots to Watch Your Favorite Sports

Meet here to indulge in a day of sports, and pub grub with friends or solo, because Boston is a sports town and any fan can easily make a friend. Whether it's a big screen to watch a game, or the enticement of some of sensational food, you'll find just the spot at these Boston Sports Bars. In the market for wings? Hit up Buff's Pub for the best around. Looking for the lots of large screens? Check out CBS Scene. Want to actually watch the Red Sox play at Fenway without spraining for a ticket? Bleacher Bar has you covered. Waterfront more your scene? Head to Jerry Remy's for prime viewing of Boston Harbor and their giant screens. Wherever you end up you are sure t be surrounded by Boston fans, so taunt gently because Bostonians take their sports quite seriously. 

10 Stadium Sports Bar & Grill
Stadium is a sports bar with a little more! Offering guests the chance to sample local bands as well as enjoy the big game on one of their projection screens, makes Stadium a great place to check on whether or no their is a game to watch. Standard pub fare is a pleasant side to your social time, and makes it easy to pick this spot for dinner and drinks. Plus, there's bound to be some kind of "show" going on. ((617) 269-5100)

9 Coolidge Corner Clubhouse
This Brookline sports bar is a favorite of locals young and old. It's known for its plenteous supply of American-style eats and walls lined with TVs. Dive into a plate laden down with a thick cheeseburger and a pile of fries and claim a seat in front of one of the 17 televisions in order to catch your favorite sport. The food menu consists of an array of goodies that include ribs, nachos, tacos, and even salads while the drink menu has a quite impressive list of specialty martinis (try the Almond Joy or the Bloody Martini). As an unusual surprise, the Clubhouse also extends a weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, but their regular menu is still available during this time. (617-566-4948)

8 The Four's
Since 1976, The Four's has been one of the best places in the city to watch sports. With MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL and NCAA packages, they're sure to broadcasting your favorite team's game. Forty-two TVs ensure that you catch all of the action, and the walls are lined with kitschy sports memorabilia for you to enjoy between games. Drink options include draft and bottled beer, as well as various cocktails. (617-720-4455)

7 The Greatest Bar
The Greatest Bar is one of the creates places to watch a game. A lively crowd and many screens on multiple floors allow guests to spread out to enjoy. Basic pub fare is served here and allows for a good snack or meal to accompany your beer and viewing. A social place, be ready to make new friends. ((617) 367-0544)

6 Four's Boston Restaurant
The Fours is a Sports Bar through and through, but that does not mean you should not pop in to grab a burger or another tasty bite to eat. Just stick to the basics and enjoy the surroundings. Located close to the Garden, this is a prime location for viewing most Boston sporting events, especially those you were not so lucky to score tickets to around the corner. The Fours offers a decent social scene, so don't be afraid to saunter in alone and find a solo seat at the bar. You'll be sure to find someone to talk to in no time. ((617) 720-4455)

5 CBS Scene Restaurant and Bar
CBS Scene is a refreshing take on the Sports Bar. Set outside Gillette Stadium among the shops, dining and entertaining options of Patriot Place, CBS Scene is more of a fancy sports bar than your local dive. With the Stadium just outside your reach, you can imagine the excitement that surrounds CBS scene on game day. Although basic bar food is served, the food goes beyond the basic. CBS scene serves everything from burgers to high priced filets. Enjoying your meal is not too hard here, even the entree salad does not disappoint. The bar is social and lively, more so on game days and is filled with screens for game viewing. (5082032200)

4 Cask'n Flagon
The Cask n Flagon is a welcoming place, with lots of room to enjoy the big game, and an outdoor patio to savor a little sunshine on a nice afternoon. Serving standard sports bar favorites, it never hurts to indulge in a a few of the menu items. Basic burgers get beefed up with special toppings while pizzas and salads attempt to be a bit fancy. Probably not the place to get healthy, enjoy their fried favorites and save your serving of greens for later in the day. ((617) 536-4840)

3 Game On Fenway
Game On! Is a great place to catch a game, especially if you want, but can't be there. Giant screens make viewing the Red Sox easy because they are everywhere you turn. The scene is active and social, making for prime mingling and making friends. Enjoy the beer, but don't shy away from their standard pub grub, which compliments the beer selection nicely. (617-351-7001)

2 The Bleacher Bar
Situated beneath the centerfield bleachers of Fenway Park, The Bleacher Bar is one of the most unique and best places in Boston to watch a game. Although not just for Red Sox fans, this sports bar does have a window that looks directly through centerfield into the park, making it ideal on gamedays. But the bar is open year-round so sports fans can come to watch any game or just enjoy the view. (617-262-2424)

1 Jerry Remy's Sports Bar & Grill
Jerry Remy's, with two locations, one near Fenway and one on the Waterfront with outdoor seating, allows guest the opportunity to eat drink and be merry while enjoying the big game. The Seaport location has the largest screen around, making this a perfect place to watch a game away from the traffic surrounding the stadium. Good food tops off this sport fan's oasis with a pub menu that does a bit beyond the basics. Either location draws a crowd, so be sure to arrive early. Jerry Remy's is also a great place to meet locals, from after work to late night Jerry Remy's is jammin', especially on warm nights on the waterfrony. (6172367369)

Born and raised in Boston, Jessica knows her city like the back of her hand.  Always looking to uncover something new, Jessica keeps up on the latest and greatest Boston offerings.  Although Jessica has been a world traveler since her teens, her favorite trip may always be her Italian honeymoon.  Living in a city that allows her to experience a change in seasons equals an opportunity to enjoy a shift in activities. As the old New England cliché says, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait a minute.” 

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Stadium Sports Bar & Grill 10Best List Arrow
Type: Live Music, Sports Bar
Neighborhood: South Boston
Coolidge Corner Clubhouse 10Best List Arrow
Type: Bar, Sports Bar
Neighborhood: Brookline
The Four's 10Best List Arrow
Type: Bar, Sports Bar
The Greatest Bar 10Best List Arrow
Type: Bar, Sports Bar
CBS Scene Restaurant and Bar 10Best List Arrow
Type: Bar, Sports Bar
Neighborhood: Outside the City
Cask'n Flagon 10Best List Arrow
Type: Bar, Sports Bar
Neighborhood: Fenway
Game On Fenway 10Best List Arrow
Type: Sports Bar
Neighborhood: Fenway District
Jerry Remy's Sports Bar & Grill 10Best List Arrow
Type: Bar, Sports Bar
Neighborhood: Fenway District