Just about every bar has a television or two tuned to the day's most interesting sporting event, but the sports bars on this list take watching football to a whole new level. If you are looking for a spot to cheer on the Patriots, drink beer, and enjoy great food, you can't go wrong with these five locations!
McGreevy’s on Boston's Boylston Street has a long and storied history among New England sports fans. They offer an exclusive “Game Day” menu on football Sundays, as well as a private basement bar and projection screen.
Due to its proximity to the TD Garden and wide collection of Boston sports memorabilia, The Four’s Restaurant is a favorite spot for watching the Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and Red Sox. The bar is lined with large televisions and they serve big, delicious sandwiches named after your favorite Boston’s athletes. What's not to love?
Tony C's Sports Bar has locations across Massachusetts, including a massive waterfront establishment on the Boston Seaport. Featuring 40 televisions and a video wall, you'll never miss a second of Patriots action. In addition to the fabulous views and dozens of screens, Tony C's also offers 20 different beers on draft and an impressive menu of elevated bar fare.
The famous Cask N’ Flagon on Lansdowne Street is just steps from Fenway Park’s Green Monstah. When baseball season ends, the crowds still turn out in droves to enjoy cheap beer, juicy burgers and the camaraderie of their fellow Patriots fans.
Champions is a modern marvel with 40 flat-screen TVs, comfy seating, delicious bar food, and 36 craft beers on tap. The major attraction, though, is the 36-piece, 23-foot television wall devoted to the Patriots on game days.