Opening Day around Boston!!

Here's where to celebrate opening day around Boston!! 

Opening Day in Boston has always been a day to celebrate. This year is Big Papi's farewell tour and that alone will make it a special day. 

If you're going to the game or just want to celebrate, here's some specials around Boston and bars near Fenway Park you need to check out. 

A home opener is always exciting, no matter if it’s home or on the road.
— Yogi Berra


The Harp

(85 Causeway Street, Boston)  

The Harp will rock a special Hot Dog menu starting April 11, 2016 for every Red Sox game of the 2016 season. Diners will be able to choose between six special hot dogs on the menu. (The Greek - feta & roasted red peppers, Guac Dog - guacamole and red onion, Reuben - sauerkraut, melted swiss & Russian dressing, Margherita - house made mozzarella with roasted tomatoes & basil Spicy Pickles + Bacon - housemade pickles & smoked bacon ends and the Sriracha Dog - kale slaw, Sriracha BBQ & ranch dressing.)  

South Street Diner

(178 Kneeland Street, Boston)

South Street Diner celebrates opening day with free All-You-Can-Eat Fenway Franks. It's simple: you purchase (1) beer for $2.50 and you can eat all the Fenway Franks your heart desires. Read all the deals here

Cask N' Flagon

CoCo Loco @ Cask n' Flagon 

(62 Brookline Ave, Boston)

The world famous Cask n' Flagon, located next to Fenway Park, will open their doors at 8:00am on Opening Day.  They're serving up a special breakfast for their 47th opening day!! Breakfast includes: 
Fresh Fruit Salad with pineapple, cantaloupe, red grapes, honeydew melon, strawberries and blueberries tossed in Greek yogurt and topped with fresh mint; Crème Brûlée French Toast grilled and served with a caramel apple compote; Eggs Benedict with poached eggs, an English muffin, Canadian bacon and hollandaise sauce served with home fries; The All American with three scrambled eggs and a choice of bacon or sausage, served with home fries and toast; Huevos Rancheros with scrambled eggs, taco beef, queso fresco, pico de gallo, corn and black bean salsa, served with a flour tortilla; Western Omelet with ham, peppers, onions, eggs and cheddar cheese served with home fries and toast; Ham & Cheese Omelet with honey ham, Swiss cheeses and eggs served with home fries and toast; Fresh Garden Omelet with bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, broccoli, avocado and eggs served with home fries and toast topped with pico de gallo; Delight Omelet with tomato, spinach, feta cheese and eggs served with a garden salad and toast; Chicken & Waffles with buttermilk Belgian waffles and honey fried chicken. From the bar two specialty cocktails. The Coco-Loco, named in dedication for Big Papi’s final season, is a Dominican-inspired tropical mix with Malibu, Myers’s Original Dark rum, crème de bananas and pineapple  The Watermelon Mimosa is a refreshing effervescent cocktail with sparkling Cava, watermelon liqueur and a splash of cranberry.

Lower Depths  

(476 Commonwealth Avenue , Boston)

The Kenmore Square beer bar Lower Depths host a Harpoon Brewery "Opening Day" celebration with a full lineup of Harpoon suds to enjoy. Here's just some of the beer being poured at Lower Depths (Harpoon Boston Irish Nitro Stout, Harpoon 100 Barrel Series, Thunder Foam Robust Porter, Tom & Ken's Hoppy Adventure Double IPA, Harpoon IPA, Harpoon Take 5 Session IPA, Camp Wannamango Mango Pale Ale, UFO Big Squeeze, UFO White and more...) 

Chef Michael Schlow's famous Schlow Burger. Image via Tico


(222 Berkeley Street, Boston)

Tico is celebrating the kick off of baseball season in Boston by offering Chef Michael Schlow's famous Schlow Burger as an all day special.  Schlow Burger with oozing cheddar cheese, crispy onion strings, and renowned horseradish black pepper sauce is making its way from the exclusive late night menu to the all day menu just for Opening Day. Tico guests can get their hands on a Schlow Burger and any draft beer for just $20. 

Bar Boulud

Bar Boulud's "DB Dog" Image via Bar Boulud

(776 Boylston Street, Boston)

Bar Boulud is celebrating Opening Day with a game-day inspired “DB Dog” paired with a Jack’s Abby Calyptra Session IPL for $15. This homemade frankfurter is handcrafted by chef charcutier Tristan Crépin and is served on a freshly baked brioche bun with spicy Dijonnaise, frisée and a side of French fries. The best part is that $5 of every “DB Dog” sold during the home-opener will be donated to support cancer care, research and early detection.


Bars & Restaurants Near Fenway Park

Our picks on bars steps away from Fenway Park for pregame suds!!

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